The Japanese term that means “Eat until you’re 80% full” can be helpful for both overeaters and undereaters. Our expert explains.
Anyone who has tried to lose a substantial amount of weight knows that the true challenge often lies in keeping those shed pounds from creeping back on. The good news is that weight regain is not a foregone conclusion.
If you struggle with controlling your eating, you know there is more to the decision to eat than simply responding to the feeling of hunger. We sometimes eat — and overeat — as a response to cues from our environment.
Family doctors aren’t here to nag you to lose weight. They’re here to help you do it.
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