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Posts Tagged ‘weight control’

Tapping therapy: curing physical and mental problems

This article was published on the Telegraph website ( about Emotional Freedom Technique (also known as ‘tapping’). It’s something that I teach to many of my clients, as it’s such an amazing tooland has so many possible applications. Have a read and see what you think… Beverley Turner tries out ‘tapping’, a technique designed to…

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Cog Hyp rocks at the diet show

Getting the message out there that losing and maintaining weight isn’t all about being on a diet… this from the blog of Trevor Silvester.   by Trevor Silvester. Cognitive Hypnotherapy had a high profile at the Olympia Diet show. SlimQuest had a stand, manned and womanned by Questies eager to educate the public in how…

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Eating Quickly Is Associated With Overeating, Study Indicates

  ScienceDaily (Nov. 4, 2009) — According to a new study accepted for publication in The Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM), eating a meal quickly, as compared to slowly, curtails the release of hormones in the gut that induce feelings of being full. The decreased release of these hormones, can often…

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Eating late at night adds weight

This article comes from the BBC News website could be of interest to anyone watching their weight.   By Sudeep Chand Health reporter, BBC News   Late-night snackers are more likely to gain weight, research suggests. A team from Northwestern University, Illinois, found that when you eat, not just how you eat, could make a…

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Many unaware of alcohol calories

Posted on the BBC News site today. Something to be aware of if weight loss is on your agenda:    The campaign is focusing on the calorie content of alcohol Many people are unaware of the calorie content of alcohol, a survey shows. Four in 10 did not know a glass of wine has the…

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Sleep and Teenagers

From Pyschology Today By John Cline, Ph.D. on April 5, 2009 – 2:40pm in Sleepless in America On a recent episode of the MTV series “True Life,” a high school student suffering from delayed sleep phase syndrome was followed. She finds it impossible to go to sleep at a regular time, instead staying up until…

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