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Dec 11

Partly Cloudy

There are many things that can be mistaken for hunger. Your ability to detect hunger and fullness gets clouded by other influences; a primary influence is emotions. Any emotion under the sun can mask your sense of hunger. Stress is a term possibly used to describe ANY uncomfortable feeling. More... read more →
Dec 04

Stress

Many things can confuse your ability to detect true physical hunger and fullness. If you’ve been ignoring your hunger and fullness signals for a while, your physical sensitivity to them decreases.13 This comes from chronically restricting food intake, continually cleaning your plate or limiting eating to certain times when following... read more →
Nov 27

Overriding the System

For the purpose of this book and to decrease confusion, I am over-simplifying a complex process. In a way, ghrelin and leptin act in opposition to each other for the body to maintain ideal energy balance or ideal body weight.15,19,26 But being the complicated humans that we are, this system... read more →
Nov 20

The Incinerator

The first and most crucial part of ONE-TWO PUNCH is BURN: eating when you are hungry. Even if you stop doing any other part of ONE-TWO PUNCH, keep adhering to the foundational principle of eating when you are hungry. Recognizing physical hunger and eating when you feel that sensation is... read more →
Nov 13

This Could Be You …

Finally…something has clicked in my psyche after a lifelong battle with weight and food obsession. After a lot of therapy, cultivating my spirituality and my work with Claudia, I’m probably the happiest I’ve ever been in my life. I am 36 years old and have been on diets since I... read more →
Nov 06

Eating

ONE-TWO PUNCH (OTP)  was specifically created to show you how to put the best aspects of nutrition information into action — in a way that makes sense. It’s designed to feel comfortable and still allow you to reach your health and fitness goals.  This concept evolved as I was trying... read more →
Oct 30

Is This For You?

Do you want to eat healthy without trying too hard? Are you tired of dieting to get the results you want? Why is it so complicated? Why do we need so many plans, directions, instructions and laws governing our eating? Every year it is something different. Eat this, don’t eat... read more →
Aug 19

Food & Nutrition Magazine Highlights OTP

This guide teaches readers about responding to hunger cues and balancing protein and carbohydrates, while continuously practicing healthy eating behaviors. The book is designed to make a nutritious diet achievable without compromising the joy of eating. Read More
Aug 19

OTP Mentioned in Today’s Dietitian

One Two Punch focuses on helping the reader learn to identify when he or she is hungry and responding with a fist-sized portion of protein and a fist-sized portion of carbohydrates. Using this visual cue, Wilson posits individuals can learn to fuel their bodies in a way that reduces hunger... read more →