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The kitchen is the heart of the home, but it can be a very dangerous territory for someone who is watching what they’re eating. The refrigerator can make or break someone’s weight loss goals. Here are some tips to keep your kitchen as goal-oriented as you are on your weight loss journey: – Make fruits and vegetables … Continue reading Make your Kitchen as Goal Oriented as You Are!
Written by: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kim Feinstein, RedMountain Weight Loss’s Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist The “5 D’s” of Coping with Triggers 1. Delay As the intensity of a craving builds, it feels like it will last forever. However, research indicates a craving typically lasts for about 25-30 minutes before subsiding. So, before you give in … Continue reading Cope with your eating triggers: Part 2
Your liver is one of the most vital organs in your body. It is responsible for cleansing the blood from all sorts of toxins and insults both from our poor diets and our environment. Your blood is constantly pumping through your liver where toxins are eliminated and the blood is filtered and cleansed. Our blood … Continue reading Super Charge your Liver with these Super Detox Foods
Recipe 1: Strawberry Sorbet Ingredients: 4-6 medium strawberries Approximately 3 cubes of ice Any powdered or flavored Stevia to taste 1/4 teaspoon vanilla powder or coca (optional) 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1/4 cup of water Directions: Blend ingredients together until smooth. Pour into a dish and freeze until firm. Makes 1 serving (1 fruit) Recipe … Continue reading Recipes To Have a Healthy Valentine’s Day Dinner