Monthly Archives: November 2020

The 8-Step Program for Weight Loss Goals

I was recently asked the question, “Why is getting in the right frame of mind the key to achieving weight loss results?” Now, obviously, by starting that question with the word “why” instead of “do you think” or “is,” this individual was (a) telling me what he thought to be a fact; and  [Read more...]

The Skinny on Soup

Who doesn’t love soup, right? Hot soup warms our bellies in the winter.  Cold soups are a refreshing touch in the summer. But, soups are a little tricky to fit into one’s portion-controlled weight loss and maintenance lifestyle. While you might find a canned soup low in calories, or even relatively low in  [Read more...]

Popping M&M’s After Breast Cancer?

Among many women with breast cancer, a standard post-op care is to use drugs that block or inhibit estrogen activity, such as tamoxifen. This is done for the obvious reason: to minimize estrogen and/or to ensure estrogen stays in an ideal range in the body because of its relationship to cancer. Doesn’t  [Read more...]

It’s Time to Change

One statement I hear too often from people is “I don’t have time for that” . . . in regards to certain tasks—a.k.a. work—that must be done in order to work with me to lose weight, things like planning ahead, preparing in advance, using portion control, and so much more. How often do  [Read more...]