The BiPolar Learning Curve
Most people give up on goals way too soon. This is the reason why, and what you can do to stop undermining your goal striving.
The 'Laws' of Medicine
“In his 1934 book, The Logic of Scientific Discovery, the philosopher Karl Popper proposed a crucial criterion for distinguishing
Optimal vs Practical
I’ve been spending more and more time lately reading research. I’ve always been a voracious reader,
Good Skills Trump Emotional Eating
CC Vic I’ve received a number of questions revolving around emotional eating in the past couple of months,
Values: Guiding Principles
CC Jason Tester Guerrilla Futures. But you can go through a moral compass development process… And there is no
What's the Best Human Diet?
This post was prompted by a debate that I often find myself having with health enthusiasts and even others in
Stop Rewarding Yourself
Most people think that extrinsic motivation or rewards will lead to ultimate weight loss success. Carrots and sticks are the
Help! When Should I Train? (Part II)
CC Photo Credit: Βethan via Compfight When should I train is a common question I receive. Last Post, I went
Help! When Should I Train? (Part I)
CC Photo Credit: Matt Callow One of the most frequent questions I’m asked? “When should I train?
Change, In a Nutshell
Weight loss is really a process of change. Changing the way you currently eat to a way that suits your