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Still Practicing Hunger

Hunger and fullness exist on a continuum…the one end being completely empty, absolutely starving, the other end being completely full, overflowing. If you’re trying to identify your hunger and fullness... read more →

Practice Hunger

Wouldn’t it be great if your stomach was equipped with a visual gauge, similar to the gas gauge in your car? That way your body would tell you exactly how... read more →


Not having an endpoint can make it hard to understand this process; there’s no destination except that you learn how to aptly eat for hunger and fullness and balance your... read more →

This Could Be You

"I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) in my early twenties. Although I did not experience many of the extreme weight loss/gain issues that other PCOS people experience, my... read more →

The Devil is in the Details

The idiom “the devil is in the details” means that mistakes are usually made in the small details of a project. Usually it is a caution to pay attention to... read more →

For Life

It doesn’t work to just eat as much as you want of only healthy foods. Ask anyone who’s tried it. Eventually, you realize that you have to eat within the... read more →


Although you might have excitement when beginning a diet and the changes it might bring about, there is also immediate FOMO involved: “fear of missing out.” The struggle is real.... read more →


When I meet with clients in my office I say this, “For the next 5 minutes, don’t look at my earrings.” Most eyes go STRAIGHT to the earrings. They didn’t... read more →

Portion Distortion

ONE-TWO PUNCH allows you to get serious about portion control.71 Sometimes, when you follow a diet, you’re focusing on what you eat, by cutting out food groups and not how... read more →

What About Alcohol?

The last few pages include a lot of chatter and graphs about grams of carbohydrate, protein and fat. I included this for factual information, comparison and example. It would be... read more →