The Anatomy of Hunger
When trying to lose weight, it’s important to understand the anatomy of hunger. Knowing how our bodies help us determine true physiologic hunger for food and nutrients helps us to understand how we can work with our bodies to achieve our health goals.
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The Importance in Unconditional Love in Habit Change
Sure, it’s easy to conjure up unconditional love for others. But having unconditional love for ourselves, well, that’s another story. Sure we love ourselves, but how often do we say we would love ourselves more if only we got that promotion or found the man of our dreams or more commonly, if we lost 20 pounds?
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When trying to lose weight, it’s important to understand the anatomy of hunger. Knowing how our bodies help us determine true physiologic hunger for food and nutrients helps us to understand how we can work with our bodies to achieve our health goals.
Are you struggling to lose weight? Have you tried quick tricks and gimmicks- the fad diets, severe calorie restriction, and workout programs to no avail? Have you tried everything yet nothing has worked? Maybe there is a solution that you haven’t considered yet. The missing puzzle piece that will make everything fall into place for you and it is probably not what you think it is… consider self care.
Unconditional self-love, also known as, positive self-acceptance, is not only our birthright, but it is a key domain of emotional and psychological wellbeing, good mental health and key to successful habit change.
The five most hazardous approaches to weight loss and what you can do to avoid them. If you’ve attempted to amp up your fats to lose weight, or you’ve thrown out every piece of bread in your home then you’re likely falling prey to common Food Myths.
There are many reasons we eat, feeling hungry being just one of them. This is the first post in a series about Hunger, the different ways that we perceive hunger, and some of the emotional and spiritual hunger that drive us to food. Whether we label ourselves as emotional eaters or not, our emotions do dictate our hunger and the science shows us that. We experience hunger when we are sad and when we are happy, when we are bored and when we are anxious. Emotions often trigger our hunger and as will discuss- this is physiologic too. But more of that later. For now, let’s just focus on hunger itself.
The truth is that we are all emotional eaters, whether we like it or not. It’s science. The connection between food and our emotions is hardwired into our DNA and into our neurochemistry.

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