My biggest hurdle to fitness is after dinner cravings and grazing. In the book, "The Hunger Fix: The Three-Stage Detox and Recovery Plan for Overeating and Food Addiction" by Dr. Pam Peeke, she suggests the following to help.
Today, many people have gone from writing in their notebook journals to using applications on their smartphones that allow them to digitally save their journal entries, keep track of calories and food intake. Smartphone applications are a great way to hold yourself accountable for your individualized diet and fitness plans. According to (Smith, 2012) nearly 50% of the U.S.
That is a question that I never gave much thought until my 17 year old son was diagnosed with Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis, a rare blood disease, that was unheard of 50 years ago. Why? Well, I started investigating and what I found out was quite astonishing. First of all, toxins exist all around us. After WWII, they didn't really know what to do with all the chemical warfare, so it ended up in agriculture and industry which means the air we breathe is toxic.
While I will fail to provide you with a specific answer, I have a common sense test! Any diet must answer yes to all the following questions to pass:1) Is it balanced?
A diet that recommends too high (or low) of any one macro-nutrient (fat, carbohydrate, protein, etc) doesn’t pass this test.2) Does it allow moderation of all foods?
A glass of wine? Sure. A bottle every day? No. Ice cream as an occasional treat? Why not. Ice cream as a daily meal replacement? No.