Tag Archives: Weight management

Did I really receive a press release about “Bikini Panic” and Covid?

Yes, I really did receive a press release which states: “BIKINI PANIC” BEGINS IN AMERICA AS BATHING SUIT SEASON EXPOSES COVID-QUARANTINE BODIES” “WEIGHT GAIN DURING QUARANTINE LEADS TO SPIKE IN WEIGHT-INQUIRIES AT DOCTORS OFFICES AS REGION’S BEACHES AND POOLS BEGIN TO REOPEN” Here it is in almost in its entirety ( I did delete the […]

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Break the habit of distracted eating

In my recent post on the topic of stress eating, I offered some tips on how to be a more discriminating eater of those foods many classify as treats. Being a mindful eater lets you have your cake and eat it too. But there can be another problem if you’re staying at home during these […]

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Recapture your appetite regulation – here’s how

Somehow we’ve lost our way. Eating is no longer a simple matter. Ask a group of people about food choices and you’re bound to hear something about keto, low carb, intermittent fasting, flexitarian diets or weight loss. Sometimes the recommendations come with judgement – something none of us need or should be subjected to. It’s […]

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Nutrition Month- Unlock the potential of food to bring us together

It’s that time of year again- Dietitians of Canada Nutrition Month. This year’s theme of Unlock the Potential of Food shows that food is not just about nutrients. While many people may have the impression that when it comes to dietitians and healthy eating, nutrients are all we consider, that concept would be very far […]

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Skip the latest study on breakfast but don’t forego the meal

Why was this study even published? If you’ve heard the latest research on breakfast and are now tempted to run out the door without eating breakfast, forget about it. Ignore both the research and the notion that breakfast skipping is a smart idea. It’s not. Breakfast remains as the most important meal of the day. […]

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Are smart devices for healthy eating really a smart idea?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing life as we know it. Virtual assistants are becoming commonplace – playing music, turning on lights and making phone calls. (Are they listening in to your private conversations- I won’t even go into that!). There are devices that can help in monitoring what’s in your fridge so you […]

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Whole Grains Month – what’s your new grain of choice?

  It’s Whole Grains Month, a time to celebrate these nuggets of goodness. They’re not just delicious but they also offer a diverse array of weaponry to fight disease. Eating whole grains, rather refined ones, are linked to easier weight management, better blood sugar regulation, decreased blood cholesterol levels and a lower risk of heart […]

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5 health perks to reap while relishing your peaches

  Is there anything better in August then biting into a juicy peach? OK-maybe tomatoes are up there too but it’s pretty close. But truth be told, the nutritional value of peaches may be at the bottom of the list of reasons to eat them. The pleasures of the palate that peaches offer are hard […]

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