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What “Thigh Gap” Taught Me About Changing My Habits

What “Thigh Gap” Taught Me About Changing My Habits

If you're struggling with getting healthy or losing weight, there's a reasonable chance that there's a transformative gift in your past that you haven't uncovered yet.

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Rebecca Learns How to Care For Herself Again After Having 3 Kids and Gaining 100 lbs

Rebecca Learns How to Care For Herself Again After Having 3 Kids and Gaining 100 lbs

“With the hustle and bustle of working and being a mom and trying to fulfill all these duties I completely lost myself.” – Rebecca Although she had never been completely happy with her physique, after having three children within five years Rebecca found herself over 100 lbs heavier than she was before starting a family. […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Low-carb fails the test, you don’t need 10K steps, and a new brain region involved in appetite control

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Low-carb fails the test, you don’t need 10K steps, and a new brain region involved in appetite control

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.  This week low-carb fails the test, you don’t need 10K steps, and a new brain region involved in appetite control. Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome free speed reading app to read at 300+ wpm. So neat! I also share links on […]

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Use This Mindful Eating Placemat to Remember to Slow Down and Enjoy Your Food

Use This Mindful Eating Placemat to Remember to Slow Down and Enjoy Your Food

Eating mindfully is without a doubt one of the most difficult habits to acquire, because by definition if you aren’t being mindful then you aren’t aware of it. For this reason I have recommended embedding triggers into your eating habits to remind yourself to pay attention to the act of eating. That way even if you […]

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I Got My Nima Sensor! Now What Should I Test??

Not sure what the Nima Sensor is and how it works? Here you go: Sounds too good to be true? Have your doubts? I hear ya. I’m a skeptic by nature too. The product is the real deal and the people behind it (including the founder who is gluten-free) are the real deal too. I’ve […]

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How to Prevent Negative Self-Judgement from Sabotaging Your Exercise Habit

How to Prevent Negative Self-Judgement from Sabotaging Your Exercise Habit

Elizabeth wishes she could form a more regular exercise habit, but every time she tries she finds herself lacking in motivation. While she describes herself as “not inactive” she wishes she did more “proper exercise” a few days a week. Sometimes she is able to put together a good streak, but inevitably her efforts are […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Stop avoiding white foods, the secret to exercise motivation, and why eating off the floor isn’t so bad

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Stop avoiding white foods, the secret to exercise motivation, and why eating off the floor isn’t so bad

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.  This week stop avoiding white foods, the secret to exercise motivation, and why eating off the floor isn’t so bad. Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome free speed reading app to read at 300+ wpm. So neat! I also share links on Twitter @summertomato and […]

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Gluten Dude Turns Five!!

Gluten Dude Turns Five!!

Dang man…my blog is officially five years old. Five years old and 12 days to be exact. You might say it’s my blogiversary. Or my Gluten Dudiversary. Or my…ok, I’ll stop. Seriously…where does the time go? It seems like just yesterday my blog was wearing diapers. And now here we are five years later and […]

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How to Stop Post-Meal Snacking

How to Stop Post-Meal Snacking

Keli has a great healthstyle, but there are a few lingering bad habits she’d like to break. After lunch and after dinner, she finds herself reaching for more (often not-so-healthy) food even though she is no longer hungry and it makes her feel sick afterward. While she doesn’t have any particular health or weight loss […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: NY Times takes on industrial food, protein is more than just protein, and low fat gets an unlikely thumbs up

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: NY Times takes on industrial food, protein is more than just protein, and low fat gets an unlikely thumbs up

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.  This week NY Times takes on industrial food, protein is more than just protein, and low fat gets an unlikely thumbs up. Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome free speed reading app to read at 300+ wpm. So neat! I also share links […]

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