Posts with the tag: Dieting

Enough with the War on our Bodies

Since long before the coronavirus outbreak, our society has been plagued by a health crisis unlike any other — diet culture. Every year, billions of dollars are willingly invested in this epidemic. In fact, most people want to catch the diet culture bug! It’s time to push the antidote of wellness. Redefining Wellness Ambassador Tanya Mark reveals how to protect ourselves from the diet culture pandemic and address misconceptions regarding health and wellness!

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But what about your weight, your health?

If you’re stuck in the vicious body hate, restrictive eating cycle, you can break free by clearing out toxic weight centric health messages and learn healthy behaviors with food and body image.

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Dear diet — it’s not me, it’s you, so goodbye

Diets and diet culture is causing more harm them good. They are presented as the solution to our health problems but can actually be creating physical, mental and emotional health challenges.

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Mom’s body attitude can shape daughter’s

Never before have our girls been more obsessed with their weight and appearance. They are more afraid of becoming fat than they are of nuclear war, cancer or losing their parents, according to the Council on Size and Weight Discrimination.

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Wellness has become another word for diet

Don’t allow the diet industry disguised as wellness define your health. Know your values, focus on them, and take care of your whole self. You will be remembered for how you made others feel, not for the size of your waist or thighs.

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Try this New Year's resolution: Ditch the Diet

Don’t be fooled into thinking your next food plan or “watching what you eat” in the name of health isn’t just a diet in disguise. There’s a way out of diet culture and its defining, controlling characteristics of willpower and restriction: not dieting.

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Imagine your life without a diet

So if not dieting, what can you do to take care of your whole health instead? Transform how you eat. Transform how you view your body. Move on with your life, the ultimate reward of pushing diet culture off your plate.

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Weight Shame Hurts Every Body

Weight stigma frames larger bodies as a problem and weight loss as the solution. Thus we may spend a lifetime pursuing weight loss or living in fear of weight gain which is harmful to every body.

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What's Healthier Than Kale?

Kale’s all the rage. Everyone’s talking about it because it’s healthy. But do you want to know what’s even healthier than kale? Having a good relationship with food.

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Eating in Moderation: Does it Work?

Does “everything in moderation” work with your eating habits? It depends. As a Mind Body Nutritionist, I look at “everything in moderation” from two very different nutritional approaches: Moderation from a purely nutritional approach and from the perspective of an eating psychology coach.

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Are You On A High Fact "Diet"?

Do you ever feel burdened by the fact that you know so much about nutrition? This is what is called a “high-fact diet”. Many of us are almost too well educated about what we eat, and this is actually creating stress in our bodies. And yes, I am speaking from personal experience. If we overthink every morsel we eat, we can be causing more harm than good.

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Are you a controlled eater?

Calorie restricting. Controlling your portions. Eating only “good foods” and avoiding “bad foods”. These are all forms of restrictive eating that often bring out the rebellious eater in us. If you’re eating for any reason other than physical hunger, controlling your eating isn’t the solution. Explore what you’re truly hungering for.

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