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Mindful Eating Strategies: Best Bites First

Posted by on Sep 5, 2018 in Food Fight, Health Coaching | 0 comments

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Saving the best bites for last is overrated and ultimately, a path to overeating.  In mindful eating, best bites come first.  Why?  Eating the best part of the meal when the food is the freshest, at its ideal temperature and looks the most appetizing is the prized moment of any meal.  As important, eating best bites first makes it more likely that you will use fullness as a signal to stop eating and leave food on your plate.

Here’s more information on Mindful Eating for Women’s Self Coaching Cards…

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Pre Diabetes Drift

Posted by on Apr 7, 2016 in General Health, Health Coaching, Lifestyle Medicine | 0 comments

metabolicAs boomers drift into old age, their aging metabolism wanders into a precarious state called “pre diabetes.” The American Diabetic Association estimates 50% of boomers are afflicted by this benign sounding diagnosis that silently morphs behind the scenes into full blown- type 2 diabetes. How soon? The data indicates pre diabetics wind up as confirmed type 2 diabetics within 5 years. This is where I found myself a year ago when I became an official “pre.”

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Top Five Secrets of Slender Women

Posted by on Jan 18, 2016 in General Health, Health Coaching, Nutrition | 0 comments

Top Five Secrets of Slender WomenMany women spot a slender woman and think her weight management must be effortless or maybe it’s just genetic. But that is far from true. As we age our metabolism gets slower and slower. Weight begins to creep up for ALL women unless we work harder on weight management.

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Jumpstarting an Aging Brain

Posted by on Nov 13, 2015 in General Health, Health Coaching, Lifestyle Medicine | 0 comments

Jumpstarting an Aging Brain ImageAs we age, many of us want to keep our brains as healthy as our bodies. How do we do that? It turns out our brains are neuroplastic. Neuroplasticilty is the brain’s ability to repair damage by reorganizing and forming new connections between intact neurons. The catalyst for neuroplasticity is stimulating the neurons through cognitive activity.

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Breaking Up With Gluten, Again

Posted by on Jan 30, 2015 in Food Fight, General Health, Health Coaching, Lifestyle Medicine, Nutrition | 1 comment

breaking-glutenLast fall I under went IgG and IgE blood testing for food allergies with a functional primary care doctor. Only a few foods that I rarely eat came back “positive” for being allergic. Surprisingly, the test was negative for antibodies to wheat. I assumed that being off wheat for almost three years had repaired my gluten sensitivity. So of course, our family was back on the wheat train.

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Women in the Rockies: A Wellness Adventure

Posted by on Nov 13, 2014 in Health Coaching, Lifestyle Medicine, Stress Management | 0 comments

Lady-waitingThe mountains are calling and I must go—John Muir

When our kids were little, I made the bold decision to book a family vacation at the C Lazy U Guest Ranch near Granby, Colorado.  We were living in Los Angeles, and my dream was to have our girls  experience what I had loved about growing up near the Rocky Mountains.  What started as a vacation wound up being a turning point in my life.

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