Top 10 Steps to Changing Your Eating Behavior
Do you alternate between following a meal plan and losing weight (being “good”) and falling off the plan and regaining weight (being “bad”)? It’s a frustrating but common cycle. Nutrition experts Ellie Zografakis, RD, and Dale Huff, RD, CSCS, co-owners of NutriFormance Personal Training and Sports Nutrition in St. Louis believe that behavior modification strategies--rather than diets--can help you break this self-defeating cycle and make lasting lifestyle changes.
High cholesterol is a
leading risk factor for heart disease. Excess cholesterol in the
bloodstream can form plaque in artery walls. This plaque causes arteries
to become thicker, harder, and less flexible. Eventually, cholesterol
will slow down or even stop the blood flow to the heart. When
cholesterol becomes so thick that it blocks the flow of blood
completely, a clot may form, which results in a heart attack.
to combat eating disorders
Women are constantly bombarded (in the press,
advertisement, films and television) with images of the perfect body.
The enormous pressure built up on them leads many women to go on diets
to help them lose weight. Some women have developed a very unsettled
relationship with food, followed by complains of chronic constipation ,
lack of energy or food intolerance. one thing common to all eating
disorders is the love-hate relationship with food.
Top 10 to handle the Frenzied Eating Habits
In order to break the cycle of eating large portions all the time try out these day-to day solutions.
There are some necessities in life one of the major one is eating a healthy
meal daily. There are a lot of pros and cons to cook at home. Start cooking
real, whole foods from scratch and you'll be amazed to see the pounds drop off.
With Christmas and
new year gearing up its time to party again, it's time again to keep a
watch on what goes into your stomach so that you are left with no regrets. It's
clear that the way to be thin and still have some joie with our meals is to
adopt a more traditional, and worldly, way of dining.
Top 10 Triggers for Over-eating
of us are overeating for a hundred different reasons. We are eating
due to stress, irritation and frustration. It may be worry or
overwork. Read on.....
When you eat food, your body changes the food you eat into sugar and
uses the sugar for energy. When you have diabetes, your body is not able
to use the sugar for energy. The sugar floats around in your blood. That
is why people with diabetes have too much sugar in their blood.
A new study
shows that eating breakfast every single day is a key behavior among
people who average a 60-pound weight loss and have kept it off for six
years. The study in the Journal of Obesity Research was an ongoing look
at successful maintainers of significant weight loss.
10 simple steps to change the way you eat
Here are 10 small food changes you can make
that will add up to big changes in your health and waistline.