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Break the Habit of Compulsive Eating

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Compulsive eating can be likened to a habit, and a recent shopping expedition with a friend highlighted some major differences in our eating habits—not just relative to what we eat but in how we go about consuming. Mind you, this friend aspires to follow a high-nutrient diet style but continues a decades-long struggle with—you guessed […]

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Use the Five Gratitudes to Overcome Comfort Eating

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Hello, Reader. If you are a frequent follower of my commentaries, you know that my work with would-be nutritarians is focused less on delineations of the various aspects of high-nutrient eating and more on habit change. Because diet modification is one of life’s greatest challenges—so difficult, in fact, that most of you, sadly, won’t succeed—I […]

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Is Diabetes Reversible?

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Is diabetes reversible? The American Diabetes Association would say no. Their website claims that “People with diabetes can eat the same foods the family enjoys.” Furthermore, “It takes some planning but you can fit your favorite foods into your meal plan and still manage your blood glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol.” WTF? Go ahead, eat […]