STOP Terrorizing Your Tastebuds!!

Taste buds... hopefully we all have them and use them accordingly. Sadly, if you are eating what is referred to as the Standard American Diet (SAD) then chances are your poor taste buds are under attack every single day!

Additives to “enhance” flavor, preservatives to “protect” texture, and a multitude of other chemical processes to keep food products on the shelves longer and make them seemingly more palatable. I can’t help but refer to this as taste bud terrorism.

Just say “NO” to Tastebud Terrorism!

I imagine poor little gustatory cells everywhere are quaking in their proverbial boots every time you reach for a packaged food item or place an order off the random fast food menu.

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Have Patience With Your PainBody

Have you ever had those moments when you’ve done something or said something that you didn’t mean to do or say? Almost like something else took over your body, your mouth, your mind and like a puppet on a string, you were acting out and unable to stop. 

Maybe it was eating that last giant piece of chocolate cake, saying something blatantly unkind, or erupting into a fit of road rage on your way home from work.  Then after the proverbial smoke cleared, you were able to look back and think “I just don’t know what got into me”. Doesn't it make you wonder who's really at the wheel when this kind of stuff happens?

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A Word on Women and Weight Loss

Weight loss is without a doubt one of the most difficult and fascinating topics to discuss. Not least because there is the pervasive illusion that losing weight is as simple as calorie in/calorie out or increase exercise/decrease dinner size. Unfortunately, if you’re a woman, 40 years old or older, this just isn’t the case.

Chances are if you are in the above mentioned female demographic and googling weight loss, it’s because you woke up one day and discovered that seemingly overnight 10 or more pounds had inexplicably packed itself around your midsection, hips, and thighs. Worse yet, try as you might to employ tried and true tactics to budge it, it’s just not going anywhere.

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