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Holidays & Travel  

Dr. Kim: Don’t Let the Holidays Weigh You Down

Turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie… just thinking about the holiday meals makes our mouths water. But, all that eating adds up. Did you know the average holiday meal is approximately 3,000 calories? In fact, research suggests the holiday season is the biggest calorie feast of the year! Will you survive the holidays without sabotaging … Continue reading Dr. Kim: Don’t Let the Holidays Weigh You Down

Healthy & Happy  

Dr. Kim: 9-Steps to a New Healthy Lifestyle

Are you tired of yo-yo dieting? How many times have you lost weight, only to gain it back and then some! How many of you have closets full of clothes in different sizes labeled “fat clothes” and/or “skinny clothes” Wouldn’t you love to lose the weight and keep it off once and for all? Wouldn’t it … Continue reading Dr. Kim: 9-Steps to a New Healthy Lifestyle


Motivation & Inspiration  

How to Jumpstart Your Day

Many of us are on one end of the spectrum or the other – you either bounce up out of bed with the enthusiasm of a puppy, or you lay in the comfort of your bed sheets until you can will yourself to put one foot in front of the other. Depending on age, you’re … Continue reading How to Jumpstart Your Day

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Dr. Kim: Coping with Food Grief

For some, food has been a good friend, support, strength, comfort, and love. Initially, after changing your eating habits and developing a new healthier lifestyle, your relationship will food will change. Unfortunately, this change often triggers food grief. Grieving over the loss of the role food once played in your life is a normal process … Continue reading Dr. Kim: Coping with Food Grief


Motivation & Inspiration  

4 Effective Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable

Whether we are conscious of it or not, we make excuses all of the time. Phrases like “I’m too tired” or “I’m too busy” tend to surface whenever we know we should be doing something, but aren’t. It is difficult to stop oneself from making excuses, as it is the mind’s natural defense against doing things we … Continue reading 4 Effective Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable

Healthy & Happy  

Dr. Kim: 5-Stages of Food Grief

5-Stages of Food Grief by Dr. Kim Usually, when we think of grief, it usually related to losing a loved one or a pet, or something extremely important. If you have tried to lose weight before, you know firsthand that grief does not just happen when you lose a loved one. Making major changes to your … Continue reading Dr. Kim: 5-Stages of Food Grief


4 Effective Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable
Healthy & Happy  

4 Effective Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable

Whether we are conscious of it or not, we make excuses all of the time. Phrases like “I’m too tired” or “I’m too busy” tend to surface whenever we know we should be doing something, but aren’t. It is difficult to stop oneself from making excuses, as it is the mind’s natural defense against doing … Continue reading 4 Effective Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable

Holidays & Travel  

Summer Weight Loss Rollercoaster

Some prefer the smoother, less-intense rides, and others live for the thrill of it. Sometimes, people just come because they are asked to be there, but end up having the absolute time of their lives. Some swear they’re just not cut out for it, but there’s always something for everyone to invest in and enjoy. … Continue reading Summer Weight Loss Rollercoaster


Healthy & Happy  

Staying Healthy When You Work an Office Job

For much of the workforce, the entirety of our weekdays are spent sitting at a desk in front of a computer screen. With only short intermittent intervals of walking from our desks to the break room and back, it’s no wonder workplace obesity rates are skyrocketing. Due to an increased reliance on the internet in … Continue reading Staying Healthy When You Work an Office Job

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Asking for Help

It’s a problem many face, yet fail to sometimes even see as a problem. For some, it’s about being independent and self-sufficient, and for others, it’s the notion that asking for help means failure. Whatever the reason for refraining from it is, it’s important to note that asking for help isn’t a bad thing. In … Continue reading Asking for Help



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