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The holiday season is here and it’s time for us all to quickly gain ten pounds. What? Why would I say that? I say that because it’s written all over the place. Over the next few weeks, you are

We do what we do because that’s what we do. That may seem like one of the most ridiculous sentences ever committed to paper, but read it again. **We do what we do because that’s what we

In my work, I find that one of the most common explanations people give for their struggle with diets and with obesity is “I’m a food addict.” When asked what this means, most people explain

Many authors, self-help gurus and other diet and eating experts suggest that we find substitutions for eating, however, the best thing to do might be to simply do nothing. Sounds strange? Why do we

I’m a runner. I’ve been a runner since I was a teenager. I’ve run five or more miles three times a week for the past four years and rarely take a day off. Many of my runs have been over ten

Emotional Eating is one of the most common topics addressed with regards to weight loss surgery. Every weight loss surgery book, blog and website is full of articles explaining the causes of

One of the most common questions I am asked is “How long does it take for before a new behavior feels normal?” Much has been written on this topic. I’ve read that it takes 18 days for a new

Waiting For Motivation

Warren Huberman, Ph.D.

One of the more common stories I hear from people who want to lose weight is this one:

“I’ve successfully lost weight a few times in the past and each time it started with this big boost of

Developing Discomfort Tolerance

Warren Huberman, Ph.D.

One of the most common questions I am asked by patients prior to surgery is What do I do if I want to eat something after surgery when I know Im not hungry? This question stems from anxiety

Holiday season is upon us and its time for the 3 Fs friends and family, festivities, and food. My message to you is quite simplekeep the last F in perspective.

This is the season

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