TidewaterWomen.com published one of my articles in their July issue, titled:
What’s Weighing You Down?
As we move into summer, we begin thinking more about our bodies, dressing in lighter clothing, shorts, and swimsuits. For some of us, it’s time to confront the extra pounds we’ve accumulated during the winter as well as the relationship we have with food. Let’s begin by looking at what our bodies do best.
Our bodies are designed to take in information, assimilate, utilize, and release when no longer needed. Food is a form of information, a form of fuel for energy as well as nourishment and pleasure. But somehow something as simple as food has become a much more complicated subject, one that has spawned a multitude of books and diets related to weight issues.