Nicolas Leduc-Savard (@nicolas.nutritionsportive) has created these wonderful illustrations regrouping the best appetite suppressants. Have a look! Previous Next
Memories over measurements this time of year folks! Physical change is temporary but psychological change can be long lasting and lead to a more challenging time changing the physical. Permanent physical changes take time and too many people are getting caught up in the fear of weight gain around Christmas, rather than embracing this time of the year. That’s not to say your five-a-day consists of Terry’s Chocolate Oranges but allowing yourself to have those festive treats in moderation (or even slightly over) will have no lasting impact on your physical health; it could have a major impact on your mental health and relationship with food if you let it…
We're often led to believe that eating intuitively implies stopping when we're full: it's false. Eating intuitively means that we're able to recognize that sometimes, we want to continue eating despite being full, and that we can allow ourselves to do it.
This is a “technique” I’ve often heard, to my great dismay. Refraining yourself from eating on purpose to “make room for dinner”, i.e. trying to limit the calories ingested, is not a good idea.