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Make sure you eat real food. Liquid meals should be a last resort because the hormones in our body that regulate appetite and satiety are released when we chew food.
Peppermint oil is proven to satisfy the satiety center in the brain. Simple inhalation throughout the day quells those nagging hunger pangs. Hunger Pangs must be stopped in the Brain!
"In an honest service there is thin commons, low wages, and hard labor; in this, plenty and satiety, pleasure and ease, liberty and power; and who would not balance creditor on this side, when all the hazard that is run for it, at worst, is only a sour look or two at choking. No, a merry life and a short one, shall be my motto." -Bartholomew "Black Bart" Roberts
3. Water. Drink it!! You know the deal- it flushes waste, helps with satiety, helps immunity, helps with overall weight loss, etc. #MiM
The more you pay attention to your hunger and satiety cues, the louder they will get. And, the louder they get, the less willing you will be to ignore them. Eating when you are already satisfied will be way less appealing over time. Give your body a chance to show you what I am talking about!
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Sometimes I get sucked into the comments on various diet blogs. I just looked at the clock and realized I'd lost about an hour of my life reading back and forth bickering over whether someone called insulin a satiety hormone. Health is actually pretty simple: make mostly healthy food choices most of the time, get regular exercise, ample sleep and some sunlight. Don't starve yourself. Don't go on highly restrictive diets if you don't have a medical need to. Spend less time bickering online and more time living. There's your challenge for 2013. Less online bickering, more living.Anonymous
Geeze. Why is modern wheat so bad? "The fact that wheat products elevate blood sugar levels more than virtually any other carbohydrate has important implications for body weight, since glucose is unavoidably accompanied by insulin, converting the glucose to fat. Curiously, this surge in glucose and insulin following wheat consumption produces a 120-minute-long “high” at the glucose peak, followed by the “low” of the glucose drop. The glucose “low” is responsible for hunger, fatigue, mental fog and shakiness, only two hours after eating, forcing you to reach for that donut, just to take another ride on the two-hour roller coaster of satiety and hunger. Triggering high blood sugar repeatedly results in fat accumulation, especially visible in the abdomen. The deep visceral fat of the abdomen is associated with poor responsiveness to insulin, demanding higher and higher insulin levels, a vicious cycle that cultivates diabetes. Fat tissue produces estrogen so the bigger the wheat belly gets, the more estrogen is produced, the larger the breasts. Visceral fat also triggers inflammatory responses, which can lead to heart disease and cancer." ~Why Wheat is Bad for YouAnonymous
Metabolic Damage isn't the only risk to contest dieting or extreme dieting. Many of you will find out 3,4, even 6 months post-diet that you now have an eating disorder as well. Eating disorders are emotional issues, yes - but diet-induced eating disorders are especially problematic. All your weeks and months of basically starving yourself has led to a mental and emotional obsession with food. But one of the consequences to these diets is that physiologically - you disrupt and confuse the satiety center of your brain. You no longer know when you are truly hungry - or worse, when you are truly full or satisfied. And when you combine this with a mental and emotional food obsession - you create a powerful monster! But to think for a second, that the solution to all this - is to go back on the diet that started it all - or any diet for that matter - that is just feeding that monster - not killing it!Anonymous
Grateful to all of YOU - my beloved PIE posse, for a memorable 2012 - officially the year of the PIE; I'm heading into 2013 with wide eye PIEs or is it PIEs wide open? Oh Hell! The fact of the matter is -You my clients, family, friends, journalists, food writers and bloggers, co-workers, employees. Your help and support of my very small business, has created a community where it is thriving and continues to do so with every new day. I couldn't be more grateful. Heres to 2013 and the abundant enthusiasm it brings! Ps. Eating PIE anyday of the year brings good luck, good karma, satiety, happinees, true love, friendships and leftovers for a new day. Guranteed 100%.Anonymous
Coconut Oil have you had yours today? Coconut oil health benefits have been known for hundreds of years in traditional cultures in tropical regions of the world. Many cultures have used coconuts and coconut oil not only as food, but also as a source of health and healing. Try it in you smoothies or cook your eggs with it, stir-fry your vegetables, add it to Quinoa, brown rice or just rub it on your skin great way to get it in your body too! What can it do? Studies have linked coconut oil to some of these health benefits: ■High lauric acid content can help lower cholesterol and blood pressure. It doesn't increase LDL and helps keep arteries flexible and prevent atherosclerosis ■Studies show that coconut oil may help increase thyroid health because of its unique combination of nourishing properties and the fact that it travels directly to the liver without the need for hormones or enzymes in digestion ■Coconut oil can help boost metabolism. Since it travels directly to the liver, it is used for energy and not stored as fat. It also helps a feeling of satiety and can assist in weight loss. ■Can increase bone strength by allowing better absorption of calcium, vitamin D and other minerals ■It’s antifungal properties have been shown to help reduce candida and yeast in the body and fight yeast infections ■Can help fight infection and flu due to its antibacterial, antiviral and antimicrobial propertiesAnonymous
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Well, it's that time again. After all the excesses of the holidays, I'm ready to kick out the sweets & bring on the veggies. Here's my New Year's post from last year, and it still applies. How about you? Any healthy new year resolutions?