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How Priorities Can Help Your Weight Loss

How Priorities Can Help Your Weight Loss

Whose Priorities Are These? We live our life according to certain priorities. What feels most important is what will get done and be focussed on. The problem is, we usually don’t intentionally cultivate these priorities.  And when you don’t intentionally…
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How to Stop Charting at Night

How to Stop Charting at Night

[et_pb_section admin_label="section"] [et_pb_row admin_label="row"] [et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text admin_label="Text"] Interview with Dr. Sarah Smith  When was the last time you left your office on time with all of your work done? Imagine life where everyday, work gets done during work time and…
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How to Manage Insatiable Hunger

How to Manage Insatiable Hunger

Are You Always Hungry? Feeling hungry and unsatisfied by food can be a big hurdle in your weight loss journey.  Hunger is a powerful experience that can feel very intense. It is hard not to eat when you feel hungry…
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How to Turn Fails into Success

How to Turn Fails into Success

How do you approach failure? Do you avoid it at any cost or do you seek it out? As a physician, many of us have spent a life of avoiding failure. We pushed ourselves through our undergrad to get the…
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How to Manage Catastrophizing in COVID Era

How to Manage Catastrophizing in COVID Era

Are you always thinking of the worst case? Catastrophizing is thinking the worse case scenario.  Assuming the worst possible outcome will happen. And generally ignoring the other less negative possible outcomes. With the COVID-19 crisis, we as a society are…
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How to Stop Sabotaging Your Weight Loss

How to Stop Sabotaging Your Weight Loss

Do you Self Sabotage? Self sabotaging or self defeating behaviours can play a big role in weight struggles.  If you find you can follow a plan and see some success but then suddenly start choosing to revert to old behaviours…
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Food Addiction in Childhood

Food Addiction in Childhood

Interview with Dr. Joan Ifland Dr. Ifland is the lead author of the first scholarly description of processed food addiction according to classic addiction diagnostic criteria and the first scholarly definition of addictive versus non-addictive foods, Refined Food Addiction: A…
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