Are you tired of yo-yo dieting? Have you tried "Watching your Weight" more than twice? Do you need to STOP your binge eating? Then this group is for YOU! Join our Lifestyle WatchersTM Online Video Support Group! You know that the first day of your next diet brings you one day closer to your next BINGE. **STOP BINGE EATING** and improve nutrition with this 10 week class that includes practical strategies and emotional awareness so you can End Yo-yo Dieting for GoodTMINTERNATIONAL SHIPPING
The fa-diab list is for the support of diabetics who believe in fat-acceptance. It is created as an area where diabetics can discuss their disease without fear of the "lose weight or die" attitude of some diabetics and medical practitioners. Welcome participants are diabetics, hypoglycmics, family members of diabetics, friends of diabetics, diabetic professionals, folks concerned about diabetics who are also fat-accepting. Age, gender, size, etc. are of no concern.
Use the wisdom of what is true for you and your body to let go of "shoulds" and diet dictates, and to skillfully discern what is needed now and how much is enough, emotionally and physically. 8-week groups form regularly in CHESTNUT HILL, PA. Contact: Amy Tuttle, RD, LCSW Phone: 215-248-9770 ext 2, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Help our advocates and size friendly professionals help you! Drew A. Anderson, Ph.D, Deb Burgard, Ph.D, and Ellen Shuman are conducting research on long term health practices and how you maintain or change your health practices over time. Participation in the study is voluntary with no penalty for discontinuing. Information is kept totally private. No dieting or weightloss is mentioned. This is a holistic approach to health that treats every body like a person. You choose 5 of the following areas to discuss: eating, activity, sleep, medical care, care for chronic conditions, self defense from stereotypes, interpersonal negotiation, safety, preparing for future healthcare, social support, mental outlook, work, stress reduction, emotional wellbeing, and spiritual.
Simply put, Abby Ellin "gets it". She had a childhood relationship with weight, food, and family that stays with her, regardless of what the scale says today. She candidly tells her story, which isn't always a happy one, but it's often hilarious. Once you read the introduction: Fat Kid Blues - you'll be hooked.
Your new Obesity Epidemic has been carefully designed to provide you with a lifetime of yo-yo dieting drama, to maximize profits flowing from your pockets to the diet/weight loss industry, and to further disconnect you from your body. Click the link to read more.