Posts Tagged: weight gain

8 Unusual But Highly Effective Ways To Release Unwanted Weight

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      Last week I shared with you a few tips on how to release weight that accumulates during times of stress. ┬áStress weight gain is different from standard weight gain because it is stress-hormone driven. ┬áSo focusing on rebalancing your adrenals — not dieting — is what works best. But today, I want… Read more »

How To Release Weight Changes That Are Caused By Stress

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    Gaining weight (or losing weight) unintentionally is a common response to chronic or acute stress. In fact, a recent poll conducted by the American Psychological Association found that most of us have experienced a significant weight change in the past year, thanks to the overwhelm that the 2020 pandemic brought our way. The… Read more »

Grounding While You Eat, A Game Changer For Your Digestion (+ Freebies)

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  Why does food always taste better at a picnic? Why does your morning coffee seem so much more satisfying when you take it outside to your front doorstep? Why do you never seem to feel the same heartburn or bloating or indigestion when you eat lunch outside on your lunch break instead of inside… Read more »

Sleep Dramatically Impacts Your Weight

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  I’m re-posting this important medical study I blogged about last year, because it came up during an interview that I just gave on BlogTalkRadio two weeks ago… …and I realized that so many folks still don’t know how dramatically lack of sleep can affect weight!     A study published in SLEEP last July… Read more »

Sleep Deprivation Found To Increase Weight After Only A Few Days

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  A new study, recently published in SLEEP last month (July 2013) found that folks gained a significant amount of weight after only 5 days of poor sleep.   Previous studies have shown a link between poor sleep and weight gain, but this is the first study where participants slept in-house in a sleep facility… Read more »