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Now that it’s January, like most people, you may have made a New Year’s resolution to lose weight. However, research suggests that most resolutions end up in the New Years resolution graveyard within the first month or two. Getting and especially staying on track is difficult, but thankfully it is not impossible. To optimize your … Continue reading Dr. Kim: 5 Simple Ways to Start Today!
According to a few theories, we are born with certain cravings, which explains why that candy bar is so irresistible in comparison to a bowl of greens for most. However this desire for foods is seemingly instinctive, there is a way to essentially re-wire the way you view healthy items. For many of us, we … Continue reading Re-wire your Craving Instincts
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
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
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
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
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
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
Too often, we plan to spend quality time with those closest to us, but end up groaning “there’s nothing to do!” and giving up. So frequently we wish to occupy ourselves with something fun and valuable, but never seem to follow through because we can’t come to a consensus on what exactly we want to … Continue reading Keeping the Family Off the Couch
Written by: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kim Feinstein, RedMountain Weight Loss Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist Like most people, chances are you’ve made a New Year’s Resolution for this year. Maybe your resolution was to lose weight, or quit smoking or save money. However, research suggests that most resolutions end up in the New Year’s Resolution graveyard … Continue reading Dr. Kim: 5 Simple Ways to Start Focusing on You!