Structured Weight-Loss Success
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Structured Weight-Loss Success I: Structured Flexibility
Bridging the gap between structure and flexibility is critical, and, hey, if peas were good enough for Mendel to explain genetics, peas are good enough as the foundation of flexible dieting.
Structured Weight-Loss Success II: Binge-Proof Your Diet
Binge-proofing your diet might be as simple as flipping a switch in the near future; but while neuroscience plays catch up, here's a real way to condition your brain and start curbing impulses.
Structured Weight-Loss Success Part III: Pick Your Horse ... or Pony
The long-term goal of a healthy and happy relationship with food is being able to eat the foods you like, eat in restaurants, and not obsess over every bite. That can happen, but you first have to obsess over every bite.
Structured Weight-Loss Success part IV: Meal Mayhem
What if you want to lose weight but don’t have substantial knowledge in nutrition or physiology? The answer starts with structure.
Structured Weight-Loss Success part V: Daily Deviation
Sustainable weight loss requires a foundation of intentional routines, but routines that are modifiable. As you build this behavior-base, keep in mind we’re moving from structure toward flexibility.
Structured Weight-Loss Success part VI: The Finish Line
My 20-year contention remains the same: we experience an almost-100% failure rate in sustainable weight loss because rarely does a person master both structure and flexibility.
Eat Right For Your Body Type
Joe Klemczewski, PhDPart I: Genetics, Genotyping, and Gene SimmonsNinety-eight percent. That’s the percentage of people in the U.S. who regain all of their weight back aftera diet. Forty billion dollars of weight-loss effort cascades throug
I lost two pounds this week but gained it right back after one meal out—I’ll never lose weight at this rate!