Karen Bentley is the author of 17 books, including The Power to Stop, a 30-day program to break free of unwanted habits. She's the developer and driving force behind The Do No Harm Project, StoppingNation and The Sugar-Free Miracle Diet. For more information, go to: www.karenbentley.com www.sugarfreemiracle.com www.powertostop.com www.stoppingnation.com
The beloved cookie is now a symbol of war.
Diane Schuler, the woman who caused the tragic accident on the Taconic Parkway, was obese and probably a binge eater. Binge eating and binge drinking have been scientifically linked.
Paula Deen is not a badass. She reflects a basic lack of awareness about the unhealthy, toxic impact of eating sugar.
Bad and incomplete science corrupts weight loss advice.
High intensity weight loss practices cannot be sustained; they cause burn-out, and create a contrary/opposite result.
HFCS is a potent triple threat because it impacts high blood sugar, high triglycerides and fat around the waist.
Stopping an unwanted behavior is a basic life skill that can be observed, copied, practiced and learned.
You have to decide for yourself what is or isn’t safe and how much of these substances you want to put in your mouth.
A new way of looking at the idea of forgiveness.
The Way to Stillness has the unusual potential to be a great book, but the amateurish journal writing style restrains its potential.