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June 2, 2015
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Coping with Anxiety and Stress Disorders
This important report covers:
How to get relief from 10 common anxiety and stress disorders, including panic attacks, PTSD, social anxiety, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and more
The latest research on medications and how they affect people differently
The most effective treatments
Physical illnesses that masquerade as anxiety disorders
And so much more!
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Harvard Medical School experts have created a special report, Coping with Anxiety and Stress Disorders, that brings you straightforward, easy-to-understand explanations of anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and more — and shows you how to get relief.
You’ll find information on the most effective treatments for each condition, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, other types of psychotherapy, and medications. You’ll discover:
The best treatments for specific phobias like fear of flying, heights, or animals
4 common illnesses that can mimic anxiety disorders
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Why panic attacks often occur in the same place or when doing certain activities
2 ways to make an “obsession” with being perfect work to your advantage
7 signs of PTSD and how even a car accident or surgery can cause it
How Alzheimer’s can make anxiety symptoms worse

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This Nutritional Toxin Will Surprise You

This Nutritional Toxin Will Surprise You

It’s hard to avoid the seemingly endless amount of toxins that we’re exposed to via the air
water, our food, cosmetics, in the workplace, household items, and so much more. For sure, it’s a great strategy to try to clean up the toxins in your world as best you can. What many people tend to miss when it comes to detoxification are the toxins we self generate – meaning emotional toxins that can pollute our mind and ultimately drain the body. In this video from #IPEtv, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, reveals a potent mental/emotional toxin that’s well worth letting go of. Learn how to empower yourself and your metabolism with some clear advice when it comes to food, body and life

Today’s topic: This Nutritional Toxin Will Surprise You

One of the great nutritional challenges these days is learning to manage all the information we hear about various toxic foods, toxins in those foods, toxins in the air, the water, and in the vast majority of our household and beauty care products. It seems like there’s a lot to worry about, doesn’t it

So I’m certainly aware of this as I’m bringing to the forefront yet another nutritional toxin that might surprise you

This toxin can impact us in some very powerful ways. It actually interferes with higher critical thinking. It stops creativity. It limits our intellectual bandwidth and understanding. And it has a strong influence on our eating behaviors, and can even impact our behavior towards others

The nutritional toxin I’m talking about is this: Judgment
Specifically, I’m referring to how many of us intensely judge the nutritional beliefs and dietary practices of others – be they friends, family, strangers, or nutrition experts and thought leaders
Because I am in and around the nutrition universe in so many different ways for so many years, I have a wonderful opportunity to see nutritional judgment in action every day
Essentially, nutritional judgment looks and sounds like this

Flatten Your Stomach by Eating More Fat

 It may be time to start paying attention to what kind of fat is in your food, not just how much there is.
According to a three-year study by scientists at Uppsala University in Sweden, eating saturated fat commonly found in foods like meats and dairy products can cause fat to accumulate in the liver and around the abdomen – giving you that extra bulk around your midsection. Eating polyunsaturated fats, on the other hand, in foods like fish, nuts, seeds and vegetable oils lowers overall fat levels in the body and helps increase muscle mass. (Find a list of these healthy fats here.)

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Training Your Metabolism for Weight-loss

trainmetabolism150x150 When it comes to the goal of losing weight, we often hear the phrase: no pain = no gain. And in reality, this has very little to do with weight loss and more to do with building strength. In both cases, the most important aspect of our body’s biology is nixed from the conversation: metabolism.
Training your metabolism for weight loss is not the same as how you might train your body to run a triathlon, not at all. In fact, it’s quite the opposite, due to one important factor: the body’s stress response. If we are training for a triathlon – or any big fitness goal – we are continuously pushing our body to do more. We are stressing our system so that it will “become stronger” and we’ll be able to “push more,” “do more,” go further”. This effort may pay off handsomely when it comes to our strength level, and even our triathlon time, but it does not pay off well when it comes to training our metabolism for weight loss.
It may seem counter-intuitive to think that our metabolism is not supported by extreme exercise, because: doesn’t more exercise mean more calorie burning?Well, yes and no:
Yes, because when we exercise we promote calorie burning.
No, because when we stress our body, we shift our body out of its most efficient calorie burning mode

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