Here’s my reply to a LinkedIn Holistic Health & Wellness Group post that asked how we can turn people from “toxic couch potatoes” into “committed health nuts.”
Give this British doc credit for touching the third rail of healthcare! Is this a realistic treatment strategy, harshly judgmental, or something else? (Add your comments below – your email always stays private.)
Ellyn Sattler, RD has strong opinions about what parents should and shouldn’t do when it comes to kids, food and activity. For example, my guess would be that she probably recommends against urging kids to go play…
Our roundup of ten funny, shocking, and mythbusting food and obesity DVDs.
The old rule: Your business could feature an unusually successful customer testimonial as long as you included a disclaimer stating “these results not typical”.
The NY Times just released a listing of Michael Pollan’s top 20 favorite food rules from thousands of reader suggestions. Some are quite helpful while others are silly and fun. Do you have any “food rules” of your own? What do you think of the top 20? Share with us in the comment section!
Check out our list of top books on prevention and self-care, some from subscribers and a couple from me. And, if you have any health and wellness book recommendations, leave them in the comments section and we’ll send you a tiny (but fun!) freebie!
This new tool for staging and treating obesity allows health practitioners to objectively assess the severity of an individual client’s obesity. It also includes specific and practical recommendations for treatment depending on clinical indicators. Here’s the chart:
Are these findings in synch with your own observations? I’m just wondering, because the differences in overweight and obesity rates between men and women aren’t that high.
OK, these products are, um….different. Check out these pix and make your choice of a “mini MyPetFat” (a 1-ounce soft, pliable plastic replica of body fat), the “1-pound MyPetFat”, or the “5-pound MyPetFat”: One pound of MyPetFat