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Dr. Sears' Blog

Our Brains Control Why We Eat – But You’re Much Smarter

 

Do you ever eat a big meal and feel stuffed, yet still put down a dessert high in fat and sugar? Do you ever over-eat to the point that you need.

Evolution of the Zone: Making Diet Work for a Lifetime

 

The word diet often has negative connotations. It is often thought of as a period of constant hunger and fatigue to get into a swimsuit. People.

One of the Few Diet Books I Would Ever Recommend

 

I very rarely recommend diet books because most of them are either rewrites of my basic ideas presented in The Zone (1) more than 20 years ago.

Do Exercise & Diet Reduce Heart Disease for Diabetics?

 

That's a good question after the June 24 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine reported on the failure of long-term diet and exercise to.

Harvard Study Finds Regained Weight on Atkins Diet

 

A study from Harvard Medical School explains that even though people can lose weight on a ketogenic diet, all lost weight usually rapidly.

Eat Less, Get Hungry

 

Telling an obese person simply to eat less rarely succeeds. Is it because they are weak-willed individuals or is there something more complex.

No Excuses: Eat Your Breakfast

 

Everyone knows that breakfast should be the most important meal of the day. Unfortunately, no one seems to have time to consume a real.

Myths In Treatment of Childhood Obesity

 

We all know that obese children tend to be inactive. This leads to the “obvious” conclusion that the solution to childhood obesity is simply.

Blaming the Brain on Weight Gain

 

Many people claim they are addicted to food. That may not be too far from the truth.

Try The Team Approach To Nutrition

 

One of the problems with nutrition is that it is too complex for simple thinking. Unlike drugs, which are designed to inhibit a particular.

The Real Secret To Weight Loss: Increased Satiety

 

Satiety is defined as lack of hunger. If you aren’t hungry, then cutting back calories is easy. Unfortunately, Americans seem to be hungrier.

Eat Your Breakfast: Why the Age-Old Advice Is True

 

You’ve probably heard it a billion times. “Don’t skip breakfast!” But most Americans, adults and children, are not heeding this advice. There.

Give Your Second Brain a Chance

 

Most people think of the brain as the primary organ that does all of the information processing for the body. Actually, you have a second brain.