Can dropping processed food from your diet help you drop a bitchy attitude? And maybe even some extra pounds? Don’t miss Cynthia Sass’s recent story on Shape.com. The author of S.A.S.S. Yourself Slim reports on a new study that suggests eating “bad” foods can put you in a bad mood—and even make you mean. The research suggests that consuming trans fats increases aggression and irritability…more
I’m a fan of Manuel Villacorta, RD, so I’m so especially pleased to see his smart de-stress story headlining HuffPo. Find time to read Eat, Sleep, Breathe: Passive Weight Loss Strategies for 2012 before the end of the holiday weekend. Its bound to make your re-entry into real life much smoother.
The biggest winner in weight loss this year is not the biggest loser. U.S. News & World Report published a nice round up called Biggest Diet News Of 2011, which does a great job of putting the latest findings into context.
Whole Living just posted its new Action Plan.
The Martha Stewart magazine kicks off each new year with a cleansing mind-body challenge, 28 days worth of diet, fitness, lifestyle and attitude tweaks to help readers change more than just the number on the scale.
The free, one-month detox plan features recipes, meditations, stretches and smoothies. Editor Lindsay Funston, who wrote about doing the Raw Challenge earlier this year, is blogging about her own experience. Find out more at Whole Living.com