Focus on something edible in front of you. It can be a three-course meal or a single raisin. Make yourself aware of aromas, tastes and textures, and also your responses, both physical and emotional. Eat in silence.
If you have any interest at all in healthy eating, you probably have come across Brian Wansink’s book, “Mindless Eating – Why We Eat More Than We Think.” In a nutshell, the author, a professor of marketing and nutritional science at Cornell...
Parents see value of text messages in supporting healthy child behaviors FierceMobileHealthcare (press release) Text messaging is a promising medium for supporting pediatric obesity-related behavior change and parent perspectives could assist in...
Lose weight without dieting Codewit World News Partake of smaller portions from which you eat slowly rather than wolfing your food down in a hurry which may signal overeating. Set a timer for 20 minutes and reinvent yourself as a slow eater.
Reducing Obesity: It Takes a Village Huffington Post Canada TL: Must people be engaged in changing their behavior to lose weight? YF: I'm a lot less enthusiastic about behavior change if weight loss is the whole driver of the exercise.
Indigestion is a guaranteed way to ruin a good meal. Indigestion, also called dyspepsia, usually results in feeling way too full, and it is often accompanied by chest pain or burning. Indigestion may also lead to nausea and bloating.
Personalize wellness to reach resistant employees Employee Benefit News He adds that personalizing health goals, as well as the resources and programs employees use to achieve them, is the key to creating long-lasting behavior change.
Eat slowly and chew the food well. Stop eating before you feel full, to allow the belly the space and time it needs to digest what you have eaten. Don't put out your fire. When we overeat, we weaken our digestive fire.
Express.co.uk Walk at lunchtime, watch less TV and eat slowly: 30 ways to boost your wellbeing Express.co.uk Walk at lunchtime, watch less TV and eat slowly: 30 ways to boost your wellbeing. YOU don't need major changes to maximise your health.
Making health addictive IV: Reinforce social connections Healthcare IT News (blog) I am searching for examples of these customized mobile, personalized messages and any resulting behavior change, so if you know of any, please let me know.
Minneapolis Star Tribune For better health, try turning fitness into a game Minneapolis Star Tribune Games increase people's engagement — a key to causing behavior change, said Monika Heller, a child and adolescent psychiatrist who works for...
My grandmother used to like to tell me, “Back in the day, we had to walk to school”; “barefoot and in the snow”, I would add playfully. But the truth is, “back in the day” they didn’t sit as much as we do now.