Can You Trick Your Brain to Lose Weight? "The Hungry Brain" Review
Summary: Don't let anyone tell you there is only ONE factor driving obesity (sugar, fat, insulin, sedentary behavior, etc.) because there are many. But take heart, understanding the complexity can help us take better control of our eating behaviors, our health, and maybe inspire a little self-compassion. This one's on me for being so late. Stephan Guyenet, PhD's book "The Hungry Brain" was published in February and I am reviewing it now. But don't be like me, get this book NO
Jesse Lost 70 Pounds... And Kept It Off For 10 Years
One of my good friends from high school, Jesse, started losing weight when we were teenagers. Between freshman and senior year, he achieved a total transformation (and I think it might embarrass him, but he was Prom Prince our junior year). Now, an assistant film editor in LA, Jesse has maintained his weight loss for an impressive 10 years. In light of all the news we've been hearing about weight loss, I thought having a Nutrition Wonk who has experienced long term weight l
Reader Question: Are there Rankings for Weight-Loss Diet Quality?
Reader Question: Are there authoritative evaluations of the nutritional soundness of Nutrisystem or other programmed weight loss diets? Alfred Hitchcock doesn't realize he's missing out on Reduco! The sensational new #obesityslayer First of all, thanks for sending in your question! Secondly, yes there are evaluations of various diets, although there isn’t one that is the authority. Every year, it seems as if hundreds of weight loss diets are published and each manage to make