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“Dry January”

Not drinking in the new year following excessively imbibing throughout the holidays can be feel like an accomplishment to some and scary and unattainable to others. “Dry January” has come to be known as the time of year when folks volunteer to become clearer, sober and refreshed in a way…
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Harvest apples in fall for a very good reason!

We’re in transition that ends hot and humid summer to pass into the crisp, cool, and dry weather of fall. Early autumn falls from mid-September to late October and invites us to dine upon fresh, late-summer harvested fruits – notably apples! Fresh apples are abundant and at their peak taste and freshness now. Eaten in…
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Changing your relationship with food

This Introduction to IFS by Dick Schwartz is clear and on point in describing the sweet transformations that occur every day in my office. Countless parts of us are involved in that relationship, from the critical part that chastises us for eating a donut, or picks at us for not…
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Myths and truths of dieting….

Dieting gives us purpose. It keeps us on the straight and narrow path toward unveiling the beautiful, skinny person that lives inside of us. Myth! Binges and overeating reinforce just how undisciplined, apathetic and hopeless we really are. Dieting is our consistent way of getting it right. Myth! We worship…
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Heart happy oats

Bagels, lox and cream cheese loaded with capers make my belly do a happy dance. Cheesy grits and eggs are a warming comfort food on brrrrrrr cold New England days. Yet, neither do much to lower my high cholesterol, a genetic gift from both my folks. So bah humbug I…
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