Archive for September, 2014

Wheat Belly Total Health on the Dr. Oz Show

Dr Oz Wheat Belly Total Health

Here’s the Wheat Belly Total Health interview on the Dr. Oz Show that aired on September 22nd, 2014.

Although this is my third appearance on his show, I truly felt that Dr. Oz has gotten beyond his initial skepticism. He may become our most vocal advocate!

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Trying To Lose Weight? Follow This Advice!

Weight is a problem that has festered to the mind of nearly everyone. Most people do not understand all the different ways that they can lose weight. This article is packed full of fantastic tips and methods through which you can begin to lose weight. Begin today and you will feel healthier tomorrow.

A great way to lose some weight is to watch portion sizes. Typical portion sizes served at restaurants are much larger that most bodies need. We are used to the big sizes and therefore, tend to eat more. When eating out, try to be aware of how much food you really need and only eat that much.

Regaining Weight and Regaining Control

Earlier this week I wrote a post about the anger that I was feeling, but I wasn’t ready to discuss how to change it.  Here’s an excerpt from what I said:

What can I say? I know that I should skip the venti iced nonfat caramel macchiato at Starbucks.  I also know that I should start my day with a workout instead of sleeping in for an extra half hour.  I know that I should swap out the food that I eat at restaurants for salads that I eat at home, and I know that I should drive by Krispy Kreme without stopping…ever. (Seriously, who needs a doughnut from Krispy Kreme?  They’re grossly overrated.)

Week 1 Challenge: Drink More Water

We started a new Living Healthy Challenge at St. Vincent’s One Nineteen that is open to everyone, and I’m sharing it online with you. Every Thursday (for 12  weeks) there is a new challenge. 

Week 1 Challenge: Drink More Water - PackshotCreator - Water bottle

The amount of fluids you need will depend on your size, physical activity, your metabolism, your health, and the weather.


  1. Set a goal for the day. A general rule of thumb for water needs: your weight in pounds divided by two. For example, a person that weighs 200 pounds would drink, 200/2 = 100, 100 ounces of water for the day.