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Dietitians often recommend that getting to the root cause of your negative emotions — or simply allowing yourself to feel that emotion, however difficult it may be — could help people curb their emotional eating problems.

If you’re like most people, the good intentions never seem to translate into success and each January you’re back wondering which diet to go on next.

The path to healthy eating is an easy one – don’t eat too much or too little, and choose the right types of foods for your body.

When most people talk about eating habits and diet, 9 times out of 10, they talk about what we should eat saying that such and such a food is  good for you while another food is bad for you. But it’s not just what we eat that matters, it’s how we eat as well and…

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Here is another copy of the post at forum.lowcarber.org where I have responded to about eating and low carb   KristyRusi asked: So i just got out of induction yesterday. I plan on keeping the 20nc induction rule of thumb for at least a few more weeks to keep that fat buring quicker, however today i…

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So, you’ve been on your diet or a while now – but the weight is no longer coming off. It’s OK… You just stalled or hit a plateau Whatever you do don’t worry as in nearly every case, it is avoidable and in all cases it is possible to overcome the stall, plateau or whatever…

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During the Low Carb weight loss journey, many dieters experiences a slowing down or a halt in weight loss. The good news is that in nearly every case, it is avoidable and in all cases it is possible to overcome the stall, plateau or whatever else you want to call it. In this three part…

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At some point during the Low Carb weight loss journey, nearly everyone experiences a slowing down or a halt in weight loss. It’s almost as if it’s part of the right of passage, something that you just have to go through. Well, first of all let me give you some good news and say that…

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Eating only one or two meals a day is a recipe for disaster, no matter what diet you are on. This ‘starving and then stuffing yourself’ pattern of eating will set you up for uncontrollable food craving and massive binges later on. The problem is that your blood sugar plummets when you go long periods…

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