Often a visit to our family doctor puts us in anticipation of getting some advice about improving our health. Whether the advice is taken depends on many factors.
Individuals hoping to lose weight often ask themselves if they have enough motivation and willpower. But it’s a change of focus that matters.
When we attempt to lose weight and exercise more, often we hit a logjam. See what research says is getting in the way.
What is the secret to losing weight and keeping it off? It’s not following a diet—it’s developing autonomy over the process.
We often “sugar-coat” exactly what and how much we eat. Are we lying or in denial? Understanding what is going on can help us switch to healthier eating habits.
Where do our pesky food cravings come from, and how can we get rid of them?
How often does trying something new sabotage our healthy-eating efforts? More often than we think, research suggests.
Just thinking about losing weight can make some of us cringe. Getting a doctor’s advice to lose weight isn’t much different. Here’s what can change that.
One of the most common issues related to weight regain after a diet is the inability to handle emotional eating. Here’s what the research says can help.
The question is…why do people continue to use the same strategy to lose weight time and again, even though the effort repeatedly fails?