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How to Stop Emotional Eating: A Syndrome of Eat or Be Eaten?
Dr. Kori Propst
in Mental Edge
July 06, 2015
4 minutes read
Join Kori Propst as she explores the root motivators that drive emotional eating and offers solutions on how to combat that negativity with mindful reflection.
Mastering Motivation in Life and Weight Loss
Dr. Kori Propst in Mental Edge
July 20, 2015 · 4 minutes read
In both life and weight loss, the probabilities of certain behaviors, and hence, your motivation, change with your emotional state & situational context.
5-Step Approach to Avoiding Avoidance in Sustainable Weight Loss
Dr. Kori Propst in Mental Edge
August 02, 2015 · 5 minutes read
I like to use the acronym RADAR to remember the steps: Recognize. Assess. Deepen. Acknowledge. Reflect. Use this list to begin your own weight loss journey.
How to Ditch Dieting Deliberation
Dr. Kori Propst in Mental Edge
August 16, 2015 · 4 minutes read
Deliberating about what to eat diminishes our self-control. Dieters are a group who often find themselves within a circular reasoning loop, always choosing & regretting.
Think Deep, Squat Deeper, but Don't Panic!
Dr. Kori Propst in Mental Edge
August 30, 2015 · 5 minutes read
The obesity epidemic has brought Mindless Eating to the forefront of discussion. Join Kori Propst as she explains how to combat mindlessness by 'thinking deep'.
Priming Your Mind for Peak Weight Loss Performance
Dr. Kori Propst in Mental Edge
September 20, 2015 · 3 minutes read
Struggle is not synonymous with weakness. We develop mastery and confidence in our abilities by wading through struggle, and you can prime yourself straight to peak performance!
Why You Need Negative Emotions & How They Can Help You Meet Your Weight Loss Goals!
Dr. Kori Propst in Mental Edge, Weight Loss, Inspiration
October 05, 2015 · 3 minutes read
Learn to accept those inevitable negative emotions you battle during weight loss and, with a little bit of reflection, you can leverage them to reach your goals!
Six Strategies to Crush Cravings and Boost Self-Control
Dr. Kori Propst in Mental Edge, Weight Loss
October 25, 2015 · 4 minutes read
Are cravings crushing your weight loss goals? Try these six strategies to improve your food cravings while boosting self control!
4 Support Strategies for Permanent Weight Loss
Dr. Kori Propst in Mental Edge
November 08, 2015 · 3 minutes read
Not all support is created equal! Are you taking advantage of the different types of support to meet your health and fitness goals?
Why Being a Lifetime Diet and Exercise Logger May Save You!
Dr. Kori Propst in Weight Loss, Performance
November 22, 2015 · 4 minutes read
Diet and exercise logging is necessary for a variety of goal pursuits, and many of us log for life. If your goal is important, it’s important to log!