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  • Eating will only provide a temporary distraction from what you're feeling, but when that’s over, those upsetting emotions will still be there along with a few extra pounds. So here's how to stop emotional eating for good.

    5 Essential Steps to Stop Emotional Eating

    5 Essential Steps to Stop Emotional Eating

    by KV Lo8

  • A personal story about weight loss with tips to try and sensible exercise suggestions. I think some of my experience is unique.

    My Story of Realistic Weight Loss

    My Story of Realistic Weight Loss

    by Jean Bakula21

  • Every year, thousands of people commit to taking off some weight. Unfortunately, after only a few days or weeks, many of those same people have given up. Let’s look at some common reasons why.

    Five Reasons Why We Fail at Weight-Loss

    Five Reasons Why We Fail at Weight-Loss

    by Carolyn Fields0

  • Obesity and fat-shaming go hand in hand. The bottom line is that it is not only eating excess food that is responsible for obesity. It is the structure of society, political correctness, and stress.

    Fat-Shaming and Obesity Denial

    Fat-Shaming and Obesity Denial

    by Tessa Schlesinger6

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  • Nutrition and exercise are two critical ingredients that everyone agrees are required to successfully lose weight, but how do we change our behavior to eat better and move more? This article will provide the 3 necessary ingredients to help you change your behavior and achieve your health goals.

    How to Change Our Behavior to Be Successful

    How to Change Our Behavior to Be Successful

    by Darleen Barnard0

  • Hi, I'm Jana and I'm a previously thin person, the kind who thought unkind stuff about others who carried a bit extra and thought I was right. I was so wrong.

    Confessions of a Previously Thin Person

    Confessions of a Previously Thin Person

    by Jana Louise Smit1

  • The fat acceptance movement is controversial and growing in popularity. The movement aims to reduce anti-fat bias in society. Read about the roots of the movement & the implications of fat acceptance.

    What Is the Fat Acceptance Movement?

    What Is the Fat Acceptance Movement?

    by Bridget F2

  • Saying that you're going to eat better is easier than actually following through with it. It's a huge lifestyle change! Read more about my challenges with eating healthier foods!

    Eating Healthily: The Struggle Is Real

    Eating Healthily: The Struggle Is Real

    by IoneLynne0

  • Most people think being hungry is just being hungry. They have no idea that there are different types of hunger. When you are hungry, do you know which type of hunger you are experiencing at that particular time?

    8 Types of Hunger

    8 Types of Hunger

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • The statistics are staggering. Millions of people are grossly overweight, giving them a host of physical problems and illnesses. I should know—I'm one of them.

    How Being Overweight Has Affected My Life

    How Being Overweight Has Affected My Life

    by GH Price38

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