Thinking about my 50th high school reunion this weekend. Continue reading Mid-week mischief
A few months ago, my Nurse Practitioner and I determined that a three-day bellyache was the result of an intolerance … Continue reading Breakfast solutions with less dairy and fewer eggs
A few months ago, I suffered a bellyache that confined me to the couch with a heating pad for three … Continue reading Intolerant? Me? No way!
Could I actually gain thirty-six pounds? Not that I don’t like a challenge, but that’s how much I lost fifteen years ago and promised myself I’d NEVER have to lose again. Besides, I gave away all my fat clothes. Continue reading You gained HOW MUCH on that cruise?!
Warning: This post is directed to members and former members of Weight Watchers. Others may be confused by the talk of … Continue reading Everything changes. Again.
Informative and useful summary of the science regarding our brains and our bellies. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/vanessa-van-edwards/science-of-eating_b_7497592.html Continue reading The brain/belly connection
Thanks to Eric Carle and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. There are at least three types of hunger and until we … Continue reading Healthy Habit #10: What are you really hungry for?
Sometimes, in spite of our best efforts, the numbers on the scale don’t budge. Or–God forbid!–they go in the wrong … Continue reading Healthy Habit #9: Step away from the scale!