Monthly Archives: April 2016

Fat Kids: The Role of Parents and Pediatricians

Despite widespread publicity about the obesity epidemic in children—everywhere you look you see fat kids—parents increasingly are willfully suffering from fat blindness: turning a blind eye as their children pack on the pounds. A study done a couple years ago found that more than three quarters of parents of pre-school-age obese sons and nearly [Read more...]

Can Clutter and Chaos Make You Fat?

In his excellent article, Declutter Your Desk to Declutter Your Mind, Brett Berhoff wrote about the clutter-mind connection. In my line of work, I can say without question that physical clutter and chaos is directly linked to excessive weight. Clutter and excessive weight make a perfect match for each other they both [Read more...]

It’s What You DON’T See That Can Kill You

When you look in the mirror, what do you see? It’s obvious: You see your face, your hair, and all your external body parts, and lots and lots of skin. But what you don’t see is what’s going on inside . . . and if you’re overweight or obese I’m talking about the stuff that [Read more...]