Monthly Archives: August 2008

Listening to your body – exercise

I’ve discussed how you can listen to your body to ensure that you’re eating in a healthy way for you. Today, I want to look at some popular exercise advice, and encourage you to think about what works for you. I’m going to cover these three key questions: When do you prefer to exercise? How […]

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Some great online reads

It’s a while since I’ve shared some of my favourite online articles, so here’s a few links to some that I hope you enjoy. A KISS Guide to Your Calorie Intake by Drew from Diet Tired. Servings DO NOT have specific calorie amounts as the calorie content will depend on the specific food item. However, […]

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Listening to your body – eating well

I wrote a post for Pick the Brain last week about listening to your body when it comes to sifting through all the good and bad advice out there about dieting: Often, we mistrust the advice being peddled – and with good reason. But this shouldn’t lead us to stop caring about what we put […]

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Keeping up your motivation while dieting

I’ve been working on a few different projects recently – things which I’m keen to do, but which are at the early stages with a lot of work ahead! I find that my enthusiasm tends to go up and down, following a pattern like this: I think of a new idea or project to pursue, […]

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Summer excuses – busted!

The weather’s glorious, the sun’s shining, that “holiday feeling” is in the air, and it just doesn’t feel like the right time to focus on dieting. It’s easy to find a whole host of excuses to put off making changes to our eating and exercising patterns – or to avoid sticking with the good habits […]

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