Causes of Overeating
Sometimes when we're stressed or sad, we eat to stuff our emotions down. We try to quiet uncomfortable emotions with food. Food can take the focus off of
Endorphins are one of the latest buzzwords when it comes to exercising, but what are endorphins, and why do we need them? Read on to find out about these bringers of a ''natural high.''
In your local Lucille Roberts gym, you may have noticed a new poster that says, “Killer Cramps Are Not Normal." This poster was created by the Endometriosis Foundation of America (EFA) to raise awareness
Everywhere I go, as soon as people learn I am in fitness, people ask me: “Can you just give me a diet?” Diets connote short-term periods of time. Diets are also something Americans tend to go “onto”
"Emotional eating" is a commonly-used phrase in conversations about weight loss. But what exactly does it mean? Here are five questions and answers about emotional eating.
1. How do you know if you
According to ancient texts, our breath is our source of life. An ancient Hindu saying states “He or she who half-breathes only half-lives.” (In Hindi: “Jho insaan thota sash leja thoda jeeyaygaa;
You may recognize Dr. Mike Dow as the co-host of Freaky Eaters on TLC or from his regular appearances on Dr. Oz and Rachael Ray. A cognitive-behavioral psychologist, Dr. Mike has helped thousands of patients
A large percentage of females have self-esteem issues. They constantly look in the mirror and think, “I’m so fat. I’m not pretty. I’m not good enough." Unfortunately, many women just hold in all
Numerous studies have linked stress to weight gain, the inability to lose weight, and fat deposition around the abs. A recent study from the University of Texas shed more light on the subject. Stressed