Food Strategies

Food Relationships, Technically

March 9, 2011

In this week’s Eyes About column, Send in the Twix Bars, author Teresa Martin discusses the intersection of technology and weight management. Like Teresa, I was right horrified at some of the technologies under development, including a “food condom” to prevent food absorption and a gel pill that expands to make us feel full. To […]

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Eating Out with a Plan

February 1, 2011

So here we all are, day one, for those of us on Dr. Rhonda’s 90-day vegan challenge. Oprah Wimpfrey only challenged her staff to a week! One of the roadblocks to eating well is eating out. In some cases, we have to eat out, in other cases, we just need to BE out (especially those […]

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Dr. Rhonda’s 90-Day Vegan Challenge

January 31, 2011

My sister-in-law, Dr. Rhonda Waters, has been working on bettering her health for some time now. She has integrated serious changes to her lifestyle and relationship with food, and as a result she’s dropped many pounds and developed some pretty good habits. But like a lot of us, she has hit a plateau, and wants […]

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The Greatness of Traditional Greek Foods

January 30, 2011

Diane Kochilas writes about the intuitive nutritional balance of traditional Greek foods in “Can Greek Food Save the West?“. Some great ideas here about food combining and menu planning.

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ADHD and Food Choices

January 21, 2011

Sustaining a healthy lifestyle is a challenge for everyone, but for those of us with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), some extra layers of difficulty are in play. ADHD is a condition of the brain where the the executive function of the brain in the frontal cortex is not as active as in “normal” people. […]

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