Live the Red Mountain Way
Written by: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kim Feinstein, RedMountain Weight Loss’s Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist After reading our January blog, hopefully, you are feeling motivated and ready to lose weight and change your lifestyle once and for all! The first step to losing weight and changing your relationship with food, yourself, and your body is … Continue reading Dr. Kim: Are you physically hungry or is your mind playing tricks on you?
Written by: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kim Feinstein, Red Mountain Weight Loss’s Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist 1. Begin by setting one small SMART goal: · Write your goal according to the SMART format: Specific, Measurable, Attainable,Realistic, and Time-bound (deadline) · How will you know when you’ve achieved your goal? · Consider possible obstacles and how to overcome them · With what non-food … Continue reading Dr. Kim: 10 Ways to Increase Motivation
Ever feel like splurging? Maybe you want to splurge on something sweet, such as a Caramel Frappuccino? Or a cocktail at the end of the week? Or French Toast on a Saturday morning? Indulging isn’t always bad, but if you are working on achieving your weight loss goals, just remember that what you may think is a “small splurge” … Continue reading What It Takes To Burn Off Those Tempting Foods
We all have those mornings when you wake up, go straight for the caffeine and then find yourself still tired afterwards. While most of us swear by a morning cup of caffeine, they come with pros and cons, and even additional benefits. So which is actually better for you? Coffee or tea? If you need some energy: It … Continue reading Coffee vs. Tea