Archives: 2010 September

If You’ve Read My eBook and You Still Haven’t…

September 29th, 2010, No Comments

Incorporated a nutritious and delicious breakfast into your daily morning routine, then you must read this wonderfully informative and comprehensive piece by Nancy Gottesman, a LifeScript – Healthy Living for Women Contributor and a Senior Editor at Shape Magazine, on The Best Breakfasts for Weight Loss. If this doesn’t get you to eat breakfast, well… [...]

An Exception To The Rule

September 24th, 2010, No Comments

Doctor’s Orders: Eat Well to Be Well DR. PRESTON MARING was striding along a hospital corridor at double speed on a recent Friday morning, his tall frame, white hair and frequent gesticulations prompting waves of greetings from colleagues, who also took care to sidestep his forward momentum. His destination was the weekly farmers’ market he [...]

Physician’s Personal Habits Matter in Diet, Exercise Counseling

September 22nd, 2010, No Comments

Physician’s confidence in their abilities to counsel patients on a healthy diet and exercise may be related to their own personal habits, according to a study by the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center. Confidence in counseling depended on a doctor’s own exercise time, being overweight, and if the doctor had adequate training in talking to [...]

Beware, Beware, There is Sugar, Sugar, Everywhere…

September 20th, 2010, No Comments

In Worries About Sweeteners, Think of All Sugars Are you worried about high-fructose corn syrup in your diet? If you answered yes, you’re not alone. Today, about 55 percent of Americans list the infamous corn sweetener among their food-safety worries, right behind mad cow disease and mercury in seafood, according to the consumer research firm [...]

You Know What They Say…

September 17th, 2010, No Comments

If It’s Too Good to Be True… I get asked about these all of the time – So here’s the latest: The American Council on Exercise, along with the Exercise and Health Program at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, have just completed a study on the effectiveness of those ubiquitous toning shoes that you [...]

Sweeter Than Sweet…

September 15th, 2010, No Comments

Did you know that the artificial sweeteners found in “light” yogurt, frozen ice cream, diet soda, some sports drinks, and sugar-free chewing gum are “between 200 and 600 times per part sweeter than table sugar?” Carolyn de la Pena, a professor at the University of California and author of Empty Pleasures: The Story of Artificial Sweeteners [...]

Slim & Trim: Gene Gomez and his Extraordinary Weight Loss Success Story

September 13th, 2010, No Comments

Gene Gomez of San Luis Obispo could be an inspiration to many locals seeking to shed a few pounds. Before moving to the Central Coast four years ago, he had reached a peak weight of 525 pounds. Through regular exercise and monitoring his diet, the Kennedy Club Fitness front-desk clerk has lost more than 300 [...]

More Reason to “Be In Charge of Your Own Health and Wellness”

September 10th, 2010, No Comments

As a licensed wellness coach and certified fitness professional, I tend to repeat myself a lot during my day. I count repetitions when I train my clients, and remind them about the importance of stabilization and alignment. And I make sure that I reiterate, how important making positive food choices and exercising consistently will be [...]

Part 5 of Dr. Berardi’s Second Interview with Christine Williams

September 8th, 2010, No Comments

Listen to Dr. Berardi discuss aging and your metabolism, why we gain weight with age, and nutritional strategies for health and metabolic activity. Part 4: The limits of exercise cont’d, social support and your weight loss journey Part 3: Emotional eating cont’d, cravings and exrcise, and the limits of exercise Part 2: Emotional eating and mindless [...]

National Yoga Month

September 3rd, 2010, No Comments

Over the last couple of years, and with my encouragement, many of my clients have begun to incorporate yoga into their fitness routines. Yoga has become an important part and a wonderful complement to their over-all health and wellness programs. Many of them began practicing yoga as a way to maintain their flexibility (and supplement the stretching routines [...]

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