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Change Your Relationship with Food: Novel Weight Management Practices – Health Matters

Change Your Relationship with Food: Novel Weight Management Practices – Health Matters

Change Your Relationship with Food: Novel Weight Management Practices - Health Matters

(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) How do we effectively manage our weight when the world around us is full of enticing, unhealthy options? Kerri Boutelle, PhD, joins David Granet, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.P. to discuss how we can train our minds to avoid temptations and pay more attention to what our bodies really need. Series: “Health Matters” [2/2014] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 25869]

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8 Comments

  1. I use food for antidepressants. I reason that I don't take antidepressants or sleeping pills like most of my friends, so it could be worse. But I am still getting fatter and hate myself. I eat out of boredom too, but mostly anxiety. I operate under a low level of stress most days.

  2. This was fantastic up until the part about creating policies to "control" fast food. This is not only a political land mine but it just won't work. The entire discussion up to this point was about empowering people with the ability to manage their impulses, cues, and behaviors. This is the only way to go. They use smoking as an example of what creating "policies" can do….smoking is still an issue. All you will do when you tell people they "can't" is create an environment of wanting to do something more. We'll have Cartel's smuggling McDonalds in from across the border. Empower people to make the right choice…

  3. Honestly, the Professor might consider not starting the answer to every question with the word "so".

    And now the Doctor is doing it with every question!

    😣

  4. Great video.

    I'd like to hear/see something about rebound bingeing, which is what I seem to do. When I diet, I am S.T.R.I.C.T. with myself. No one has greater powers of resistance than I. Until I don't because when I fall off the wagon, I fall hard. I eat everything in sight (bread, chocolate, cakes – obviously not broccoli, carrots and celery!) and I've often wondered, if I were to 'allow' myself a small portion of the Forbidden Food™ daily, would I be less prone to this feast/famine approach?

    Who knows – certainly not me because it seems once I eat a trigger food, I just keep going until I am uncomfortably full.

  5. Hey There! Thanks a lot for this helpful video. By the way, I notice a lot of people keep on talking about Fenoboci Diet Plan (look on google search engine), but I'm not sure if it's good. Have you ever tried Fenoboci Diet Plan? I've heard several awesome things about it and my cousin lost lots of weight with it, but she refuses to tell me 🙁

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