You’re exercising regularly, trying to keep stress under control, and eating a nutritious diet. And yet you still feel a little off. If this frustrating scenario sounds familiar, you may be undereating. Find out how to tell if you’re eating enough.
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If you or a loved one are not already facing a chronic disease, the statistics, sadly, indicate that you have a very high chance of dealing with it sooner than you think. And conventional medicine is not going to be of much help. What you may not know is that there’s a behavior change expert who’s uniquely positioned to help you make the changes necessary to prevent and reverse chronic disease: the health coach. Find out how a health coach can help you fight chronic disease—or prevent it from developing in the first place.
For years, researchers have debated which diet is best for weight loss: low-fat or low-carb. Now, a robust long-term study has settled the question once and for all. The answer? There’s no one-size-fits-all, but any weight loss diet should emphasize real food. Read on to learn more.
Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Researchers have been trying to answer that question for years, particularly as it relates to achieving a healthy weight. Read on to learn what the latest randomized clinical trials are telling us, and whether intermittent fasting is really an effective weight loss strategy.
Why is it that both low-carb and low-fat diets can produce weight loss? Why is it so hard to avoid foods that taste good? Is it really about willpower? Today I discuss the brain’s influence on food intake with neuroscientist Dr. Stephan Guyenet. Learn why our brain is hardwired to seek out calorie-dense foods and discover four strategies for “tricking” the brain and achieving sustained weight loss.
Intermittent fasting is a powerful tool for preventing and reversing disease. Learn how this dietary approach could help you optimize your health.