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How to resist temptations
Friday, September 07, 2018      10 comments

Stick a gold star in your diary every time you resist. Then next time you are tempted, you can look back and count how many gold stars you have, and it will help you to resist again. As you progress on the Dukan Diet and other low-carb diets suc... Read more
Progress measured in many ways
Friday, August 31, 2018      7 comments

Most of us probably measure our progress by the number on the scales. Stepping on the scales immediately after peeing is part of my daily morning ritual. And that number can set my mood for the day. So when my weight fluctuated but did not re... Read more
Intermittent Fasting
Monday, January 06, 2014      12 comments

Intermittent Fasting (IF) is gaining ever more interest in the UK and Australia, with various celebrities claimed to be doing it, though it does not appear to have become that trendy yet in the USA. There has for some time been serious medical ... Read more
obesity drugs, weight regain
Friday, July 26, 2013      10 comments

I've just read this interesting article
-fat-people with some discouraging graphs showing how little one loses with diet and diet + exe... Read more
The Harcombe Diet
Saturday, September 22, 2012      11 comments

Developed by Zoe Harcombe after years of research, this attacks three underlying causes of cravings and bad eating choices that lead to overweight/obesity: Candida, Food Intolerance and Hypoglycaemia. Phase One lasts for five days: unprocess... Read more
Aerial Greece video
Saturday, January 14, 2012      9 comments

Greece has unfortunately been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately. I just came across this video and thought I would share it to remind us of what a beautiful country it still is:
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Fat Business
Wednesday, January 04, 2012      4 comments

I was moved by the lady who said she learnt to sew because she was tired of having to buy clothes that fit rather than what she liked to wear--brought back sad memories of when I was at my heaviest (around 93kg) and living in Japan, a land of pe... Read more
A history of celebrity diets
Tuesday, January 03, 2012      4 comments

Celebrity diets are nothing new:
ine-16351761 Nor are low-carb diets--according to this article, one of the first such diet books was written in 1825, though according to Palaeo-Diet proponents, ... Read more
Thursday, December 29, 2011      6 comments

I love knitting and was most impressed by these creations:
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Low-Carb just two days a week
Wednesday, December 28, 2011      6 comments

New study shows better results than daily calorie restriction by eating protein, vegetables, good fats and even a piece of fruit (limiting carbs to 50gr per day) for just two days a week and eating sensibly the other five days: www.... Read more
The Thin Commandments
Saturday, November 19, 2011      10 comments

Is BMI misleading? Should we be focussing on health, not weight?
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The stigma of obesity
Sunday, October 02, 2011      6 comments
911YH20111003 I'm not American, never heard of this guy before, but interesting article about 'the stigma of obesity'. Sorry, no time ... Read more
Fat tax?
Sunday, October 02, 2011      5 comments

Just read this while sipping my first cup of tea of the day and waking up gently:
-europe-15137948 Can they be lumping extra virgin olive oil in the same category as trans-fat laden hard margarin... Read more
Putting things in perspective
Friday, September 30, 2011      7 comments

One of my friends made this wise comment on my previous blog entry: 'When you are 80 is when you will realize that nothing matters more than good health and personality.' This is so true, and puts all our petty obsessions with our physical a... Read more
Conventional beauty standards
Wednesday, September 28, 2011      4 comments

This entry is triggered by my friend Anepanalipti's recent blog about 'conventional beauty standards' and not wanting to fit the cookie cutter. My first degree was in Art History and I have a very good idea of how these 'beauty standards' ha... Read more

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