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A Lifestyle 


                 Not a Diet

Building confidence in creating a healthy lifestyle, rather than in yo-yo or fad dieting, could be the missing link that you need to stay on track to attaining better health. On this page, multiple resources will be posted that are aimed toward guiding you to staying educated on your personal health so that you can maintain your functional and healthy lifestyle, rather than ride the dieting rollercoaster. If there is any resource on this page or online that you'd like further guidance on, please feel free to press that little "Let's Chat!" button on the screen and we can discuss your concerns in depth. 

Mindful Eating

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Eat What You Love Love What You Eat, by Michelle May MD, is a mindful eating program that helps readers program themselves to think through their hunger cues and learned eating behaviors in order to stop feeling guilt after enjoying food, and start being happier with their daily nutrition. Use this program to learn to live more vibrantly and get off the "eat-repent-repeat cycle."


Read the first chapter for FREE by clicking HERE!

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Mindful Eating, by Jan Chozen Bays MD, offers a Zen approach to the mindfulness topic in nutrition by tackling the issue of cravings, where they come from, and what to do about them. 

If you want to learn about the seven types of hunger defined by Dr. Jan, you can get the FREE Audiobook HERE!

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