Oct 272012
 
How to Stop Eating – 7 Ways to Zip Your Lips and Overcome the Cravings

Learn strategies to help you stop eating and mindlessly binge on foods that comfort you. The first way to stop eating is to figure out why you’re addicted to food – are you bored, unhappy, or anxious? “Among women who binge eat, 83% were abused as children,” writes Dr Pam Peeke in The Hunger Fix.

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Oct 032011
 
5 Tips From Women Who Are Happy With the Way Their Bodies Look

If you want to be happy with the way your body looks, you need to learn from real women who love their bodies! These tips are from This is Who I Am: Our Beauty in All Shapes and Sizes by Roseanne Olson. This book can change how you feel about your body. This Is Who I

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May 122011
 

Some breast cancer survivors say they’re glad they got (and beat) breast cancer. Here are a few secret benefits of breast cancer from survivors, oncologists, and radiologists… “Because of my mother’s struggle with breast cancer when I was 16, I always felt like I had two B-sized time bombs sitting on my chest, just waiting to

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Nov 162008
 

These tips for builidng a healthy body image will help feel better about your size, shape, and natural beauty. And, a writer shares her experience with eating disorders, diets, and self-image – and loving her body just the way it is! Before the tips, a quip from Queen Latifah: “For me, it might sound cliche, but beauty for me really does

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Nov 062008
 
What is the Atkins Diet Plan? One Way to Achieve Weight Loss Goals

Achieving weight loss goals might be eaiser with the Atkins Diet Plan because it makes eating easy and healthy. Here’s how the Atkins Diet Plan works, as explained by nutritional expert Colette Heimowitz. She’s an Atkins Diet expert, and here clears up some common misperceptions many people have about this diet. “So far I’ve always kept my diet

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Oct 202008
 

Here’s how to accept your body shape and size by saying “this is who I am” – and meaning it! These tips for accepting your body are from photographer Rosanne Olson’s 54 women in her book, this is who I am. In this book, Olson included each woman’s thoughts about her body, appearance, and a negative body image. Here’s

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Oct 052008
 

Instead of using the traditional Thanksgiving feast as a kick-off to a holiday eating frenzy that lasts through the New Year, take Dr Ann Kulze’s advice about staying slim at Christmas. First, a quip from Harper Lee in To Kill a Mockingbird: “I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of getting the idea

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