|Rain in So.Cal in the summer!!! July 19, 2015|
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*I'll make every attempt not to choose tweets with triggering junk food, but sometimes, there will be. Scroll fast! ;)
Sleep: Robb Wolf, Doc Parsley will answer questions on an up coming podcast. Ask your question, it may be answered.
Hey folks! I'm doing another podcast with @docparsley about ALL your sleep questions. Send those to info @ Robbwolf dot com!!
— Robb Wolf (@robbwolf) July 20, 2015
A study showed a very small number of formerly obese staying at a normal BMI.
Karen's 2 cents: I think the rate is higher in certain support groups- think WW, National Weight Loss Registry, TOPS, OA, FA, Half Size Me Heather, and Tips of the Scale. I could be wrong.My BMI was around 35 or so before I lost the 70 pounds.
I found Dr. Freedhoff's blog post here. Lively discussion on Facebook here.
And yes, the look AHEAD study does have different stats, people who WERE trying to maintain their losses. This seems more realistic.
My BMI was 52.5. I'm a friggin unicorn. Obese Patients Unlikely to Return to Normal Weight http://t.co/HM7TDpV2cq— Sarah (@BubblyHeart) July 18, 2015
Habits: Shopping and the subconscious. Many So. Cal cities are mandating bring your own bag.
Karen's 2 cents: This is why I shop and eat from a food template. Bringing my bags or not, I remove myself from the health halo effect of marketing. Maybe I'm just wearing the grass-fed halo, but still...
Scientists figured out what's making these California shoppers buy more junk food http://t.co/9bEVeOKsTL pic.twitter.com/6KzAf54HYZ— BI Science (@BI_Science) July 10, 2015
Habits: Making decisions: Ask for information, not advice.
Karen's 2 cents: Yes! Information, with some of your own data = self efficacy( n=1)
Make better decisions by asking for information, not advice: http://t.co/LrQxXSMUda pic.twitter.com/WxUQQhhAwn— Lifehacker (@lifehacker) July 9, 2015
Bone Density: Great personal story from the Low Carb Dietician.
Karen's 2 cents: Bone problems run in my family. I can only start where I am and keep up my strength training, home made stock, and good gut absorption. I can't undo the yo-yo dieting from the past or my smaller frame. Better late than never!
New blog post: Lifestyle Strategies to Maintain Bone Density During Aging http://t.co/2WROuo06bO Shout-outs to @DrNadolsky @DrKarlNadolsky— Franziska Spritzler (@LowCarbRD) July 10, 2015
Okay, anyone else run across any current articles? Discuss! This is my first attempt at embedding tweets. Crossing fingers...