A poor approach yields poor results. And when you’re aiming for weight loss, it can also cause hair-pulling frustration, tears, and even weight gain. Unfortunately, most dieters are following worn out, misinformed, and counterproductive weight-loss strategies, says Susan Albers, Psy.D., a clinical psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic and author of the new book Eat Q: Unlock The Weight-Loss Power of Emotional Intelligence. Read on for the weight-loss mentalities that may be standing between you and your healthy weight.
Read the article at WomensHealthMag.com

A poor approach yields poor results. And when you’re aiming for weight loss, it can also cause hair-pulling frustration, tears, and even weight gain. Unfortunately, most dieters are following worn out, misinformed, and counterproductive weight-loss strategies, says Susan Albers, Psy.D., a clinical psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic and author of the new book Eat Q: Unlock The Weight-Loss Power of Emotional Intelligence. Read on for the weight-loss mentalities that may be standing between you and your healthy weight.

Read the article at WomensHealthMag.com

The Simple Trick That Could Make Your Runs Easier
No matter how much you love running, you are going to have your fair share of sucky runs. It’s just the way it is. Sometimes your runs will drag on forever, everything will hurt, and endorphins will go MIA. But new research from New York University suggests that you can make those runs seem shorter and easier—and run them faster—if you keep your eyes focused on a target in front of you.
Read the article at WomensHealthMag.com

The Simple Trick That Could Make Your Runs Easier

No matter how much you love running, you are going to have your fair share of sucky runs. It’s just the way it is. Sometimes your runs will drag on forever, everything will hurt, and endorphins will go MIA. But new research from New York University suggests that you can make those runs seem shorter and easier—and run them faster—if you keep your eyes focused on a target in front of you.

Read the article at WomensHealthMag.com

The Crazy-Awesome Way to Cut a Pineapple
Pineapples aren’t exactly the most user-friendly fruit: You could buy an overpriced container with five chunks of pre-cut and less-than-fresh pineapple in it—or you could spring for the whole fruit, accidentally cut off a finger, and never eat pineapple again.
Read the article at WomensHealthMag.com

The Crazy-Awesome Way to Cut a Pineapple

Pineapples aren’t exactly the most user-friendly fruit: You could buy an overpriced container with five chunks of pre-cut and less-than-fresh pineapple in it—or you could spring for the whole fruit, accidentally cut off a finger, and never eat pineapple again.

Read the article at WomensHealthMag.com

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