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Losing Weight This is the most asked question. Whatever your goals – to feel better, improve overall health or for weight reduction – it is a journey comprised of small steps. Remember to lose weight you must first be healthy – you do not become healthy by losing weight. Here is where I start to coach people who want to make a change. The first month do not make any food choice changes. Yes I really wrote that! Simply start by recognizing the reason we eat is to live. The act of eating and drinking is what makes our bodies operate. Without food and water we would eventually perish. The most important point to remember if your goal is weight loss is: the stomach is no larger than one hand. Lay your hand flat on a table – this is your plate size. Any more food than what fills your … Continue Reading