It's a few weeks into January and the excitement of the new years resolutions are wearing off. The counting calories and daily gym routine is likely loosing its appeal. Especially if the scale does not seem to be moving in the direction we think it should.
Instead of talking about weight loss in the traditional manner, lets look at it from a different angle. Most of us know that the "eat less, move more" does not work for every one. We are unique. What works for one person may not work for another.
As many of you know, I am on a healing journey. My thyroid is the focus of my research these days. I have come across some astounding books and websites that have helped me understand my body and armed me with information so that I can adequately communicate my needs and concerns with my doctor. I would love for you to be able to do the same for yourself and those that you love.
and video have been awesome reference tools. Easy to understand and use. It is a must for anyone on thyroid medications.
Disclaimer-All information in this blog is for educational purposes. I do not diagnose or treat diseases. All information provided is designed to compliment your health care regimen.
As a massage therapist, it is not uncommon for me to see several people a week that suffer from Plantar Fasciitis.
What is plantar fasciitis? It is inflammation of the plantar aponeurosis.
I can here you now,"Okay. What the hell is that!"
First, lets look at the definitions offered in Mosby's Medical Dictionary -
I know, I know, no body like
keeping a food journal. But last I checked, no body likes to be over
weight or underweight either. No one wants to be diabetic or have
heart disease either. So why the resistance? For each of us the
reason will vary.
I resisted keeping a food
journal for a long time. Mainly, because it made me come face to face
with a very strong love hate relationship with my worst enemy/best
friend- food. I am an emotional eater...yes, I literally eat my
emotions. Upset, lets eat pasta and cake.