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Has one bad meal turned into a bad weekend?  Has one bad weekend turned into a bad month?  Instead of feeling guilty, take a deeper look at what triggered the event.  Ask yourself these 5 questions and learn how to identify what triggers are causing you to go off track.

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Physical and emotional hunger may be easily confused, but there are key differences between the two. Pay attention to how and when your hunger starts as well as how you feel after eating. Physical hunger tends to... Develops slowly over time You crave a variety of food groups You feel sensation of fullness and take it as a cue to stop eating And you have no negative feelings about eating Emotional hunger is likely if… It comes on suddenly or abruptly  You crave only certain foods You may binge on food and never feel a sensation of fullness Or you...

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Excess sugar intake is one of the main contributors to chronic disease. The problem is cutting sugar is a lot easier said than done!   🤚Here are 5️⃣ tips to help you decrease sugar intake!   What is your biggest struggle with lowering sugar intake?

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Did you know there are  4️⃣grams of sugar in 1️⃣ teaspoon of sugar?   Have you ever looked at the nutrition facts label to see the grams of sugar in your sugar-sweetened beverage?   You would be surprised by how much sugar is in your drink!

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As humans, we strive to be the best version of ourselves. With these efforts, there is a tendency to be perfect, go all in, be 100%... It is no different when it comes to making improvements with our nutrition. That is stressful. When we talk about taking a long term approach and adopting healthy habits over a lifespan, we do not expect that you are 100% dialed in all the time. We are imperfect humans who make mistakes. Part of being human is accepting that we won’t be perfect. This is especially true when we are making efforts at improving...

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