Posts Tagged ‘weight maintenance’

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year everyone! I hope you had a great Christmas, and are ready to start a New Year. Typically at this time of year people make resolutions about what they hope to achieve during the coming year. Typically most people don’t keep them either! At church on Sunday we had a talk about resolutions, […]

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Do Christmas and healthy eating go together?

Christmas is a tricky time of year if you are planning on either losing weight or maintaining it over the festive period. It’s not quite as bad for us in the UK as for our friends over the pond, because at least we don’t have Thanksgiving to contend with, and no-one forces us to eat […]

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Weight: a complicated equation

The subject of weight loss is both emotive and complicated. On one hand we have people who belittle the issue and say, “It’s easy, just eat less and exercise more”, and on the other hand we see people who spend their whole lives on diets yet ultimately remain overweight. The first set of people are […]

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Realistic dieting expectations

¬†Photo: Paul Preacher I think that one of the reasons so many people fail to stick to a weight loss diet or fail to achieve their desired result is that their expectations are too high. On the other hand it’s possible to believe that its just too difficult to lose weight and that you are […]

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Health At Every Size

I seem to have been reading a lot about the concept of health at every size recently. This philosophy promotes the idea that regardless of your weight or size you can still be healthy, and that health should be your primary concern, not weight loss. Given that obesity levels are rising, and that most people […]

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