Dr Dea Roberts gives an excellent blueprint on approaching weight loss and weight management.
Satiety-Focused Weight Health
A walk through …
This is not specific advice to be used without consultation with your personal doctor. This is presented for the purposes of discussion.
This is “the middle part”, which belongs within a larger context of each person’s unique health and medical situation, their resources and circumstances, and their goals, preferences and values.
For example, if you have any problems involving foods, such as digestive issues, gallbladder problems, food allergies, celiac disease, etc., these must be taken into consideration. Be aware that sometimes these only become newly apparent when eating patterns change. If you have, or suspect you may have, an eating disorder or food addiction, please seek personal knowledgable professional care.
The short version –
It’s all about:
- finding what things may be pushing up your appetite
- finding what things you can do to get the most satiety (fullness, sense of satisfaction of appetite) from the food you eat
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