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Diary of a post-carb splurge* attempt to get back on the straight and narrow

We’ve all been there. Stress, anxiety, boredom – so many things can challenge the discipline of even the most steadfast of dieters. And sometimes, once you’ve flirted with one chocolate bar, from then on it’s a downward slope. 735 more words

Carbohydrate Restriction

Are Tubby Cartoon Characters Making Your Kids Fat?

“Fat” cartoon characters may lead children to eat more junk food, new research suggests, but there are ways to counter this effect. The findings underscore how cartoon characters, ubiquitous in children’s books, movies, television, video games, fast-food menus and graphic novels, may influence children’s behavior in unforeseen ways, especially when it comes to eating.

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My first 4 miles. From zero jogging to 4 miles in one day... Pretty hasty.

Feeling pumped after a week of fresh air and activity, as well as tired of being in the car for hours on end, I woke up on Sunday (the day after we got back from Scotland) feeling like I could conquer the world. 764 more words

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How I Lost 30lbs Accidently: Misconceptions and Inspirations

The perception of my body image and weight has been a struggle all my life. I was never a “skin and bones” kid and that alone made me feel fat. 204 more words

Challenge & Revelation

Kids Overeat When They're Stressed, Study Says

Next time you watch Bambi with your kids, you may want to hide the ice cream: A new study shows that 5-to-7-year-old children tend to eat more when they’re sad. 317 more words

shantiepc reblogged this on The EndPoint Business Blog and commented:

This study is against over controlling a child's eating.

What to do after you overeat.

If you want to avoid gaining weight,
Don’t eat again until you’re hungry.

It’s that simple.

The minute you notice that you’re eating and you’re not hungry. 535 more words

Bev Aron

Friday Foodism: Uh Huh-Huh ... Just Like Elvis

Do you see yourself in this statement? It’s okay . . . sometimes I do, too. Splurging on food and exhibiting gluttonous behavior is okay, but only in miniscule doses. 18 more words