Willpower (or Lack of It) Is the Wrong Way to Think About Weight

Willpower (or Lack of It) Is the Wrong Way to Think About Weight
But when it comes to weight loss (and gain), willpower is not actually all that powerful, argues University of Minnesota health psychologist Traci Mann in her new book, Secrets From the Eating Lab: The Science of Weight Loss, the Myth of Willpower, and …
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The quickest weight loss habits to squeeze into a busy day
It's true: healthy weight loss can be a time commitment, especially if you're overweight thanks to a job that keeps you sedentary for much of the day or a schedule that lends itself to fast food and unhealthy snacking. … Most people need to consume …
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The Skinny on 6 Popular Diets
Throughout the phases, you slowly add foods back in, like some vegetables and small amounts of fruit. Diets like the Dukan, where you begin on a very restrictive regimen, will result in weight loss. That doesn't mean they're healthy. The National …
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A fat controversy that's losing weight
As we begin to return to a diet of real, wholesome foods, we will find that we will lose weight as well. Learn more by attending our upcoming class, Understanding Fats and Fat Phobia, Wednesday, May 13 at 7 p.m. at Vital Health in Coeur d'Alene. Fee: $ 10.
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