Archive for December, 2010

How You Eat Trumps What You Eat

Diets don’t work long-term. It’s time to get back to basics: Eat what you enjoy in amounts that are satisfying in a dependable fashion.

At Ease with Eating

Learning to get in touch with feelings of hunger and fullness, trusting yourself and eating what you enjoy is at the heart of eating normally. It’s necessary in order to be a good role model for healthy eating.

Eat Right, Your Children Are Watching

It may seem like your kids give more credence to Dora the Explorer than you, but the truth is, your kids are watching you–and they’re learning to do…what you do. Parents who recognize this have a wonderful opportunity to teach their children well.

Together at the Table

If you’re searching for the magic bullet of wellness, the family meal is one of your best bets.

The Future of Food

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2010 The Future of Food In The Wellness Writer blog, I’ve written about being an adventurous eater: trying new foods for the fun of it and for the health of it (Eating Adventurously, Eating Adventurously Part 2 and Therapy for Timid Tasters). Eating a variety of foods increases the chances of getting adequate amounts of

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