Tag: Health & Wellness

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 [...]

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 [...]

Just What the Doctor Ordered…

August 18th, 2010, No Comments

Ok… I’m off on a well-deserved vacation. I’ll be gone two weeks-plus so you won’t hear from me for a while (probably not again until Sept.), so stay healthy and well, and enjoy the end of your summer. I plan on coming back nice and rested, Motivated and Ready… I hope you will be too! Download your FREE Copy [...]

New Evidence in Support of Tenet #5

August 13th, 2010, No Comments

A New Risk Factor: Your Social Life Social relationships are just as important to health as other common risk factors like smoking, lack of exercise or obesity, new research shows. Numerous studies have suggested that strong social ties are associated with better health and longevity, but now a sweeping review of the research shows just [...]

Men Who Stare at Screens

August 2nd, 2010, No Comments

If you’ve read my eBook, The 5 Tenets of Permanent Weight Loss, the following story published online @ Well.Blogs/NewYorkTimes.com should not surprise you… In 1982, researchers affiliated with the Cooper Institute in Dallas surveyed a large group of well-educated, affluent men. The researchers were interested in the men’s exercise habits, but they also asked, almost [...]

Be In Charge of Your Own Health and Wellness

July 7th, 2010, No Comments

I often talk to my clients about how to “Be In Charge”… In charge of their own health and wellbeing. I remind them that when it comes to their health and wellness, no one can or will ever take care of them as well as they can take care of themselves. And that the only [...]

Sleepy? Well You’re Not Alone…

March 8th, 2010, No Comments

The National Sleep Foundation has just released its latest poll, Sleep in America. It is the first poll to examine sleep differences among four ethnic groups: Blacks, Asians, Hispanics and Whites. To find out how you compare with the poll’s findings and whether you’re getting enough sleep – and if not, how to get more [...]

Top 10 Energy-Boosting Nutrition Strategies

February 24th, 2010, No Comments

There is an energy crisis in America—and I am not talking about natural resources. We all want to feel alert, well-rested, and energetic, but for many of us this is more of a dream than reality. As busy and productive people with over-scheduled, stressful lifestyles (sometimes combined with little quality sleep and poor eating habits), [...]

Dr. Mehmet Oz: Diet and Belly Fat

February 10th, 2010, No Comments

How to take advantage of what we know about diets around the world, and how to use that information to reduce your risk of heart disease by reducing your belly fat.

Do You Love Fast Food?

October 12th, 2009, No Comments

Are you like Dr. David Kessler, Author of The End of Overeating and former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (1990-1997) and you can’t stay away from a Mc Donald’s Quarter Pounder? Does fast food make you happy? Are French Fries your favorite vegetable? But, you also know that too much fast food may [...]

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