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  A couple of weeks ago I went to Nevada to visit my family. A few days before my visit, my mom called to say she had made two batches of chocolate chip cookies for me. Now I was in trouble. Growing up, homemade chocolate chip...

Last week I was traveling for work. Honestly, I think business travel can really age a person. While I packed some healthy snacks for the road, I never did find the time to pick up more nutritious snacks during the trip. By the time I...

Recently a client said to me, “I used to skip dinner and lose a pound. Now I skip dinner and gain a pound!” It’s true. As we age, techniques that used to help us lose or maintain weight no longer work. There reason is, with each passing...

  Years ago I had a client who wanted to lose 20-25 pounds. When we sat down and discussed her typical daily diet, I noticed that she didn’t eat any vegetables and almost no fruit. I mentioned it and then asked my next question, “How often...

Disclaimer: Deborah Enos is a Paid Sponsor. [caption id="attachment_3083" align="alignnone" width="150" caption="Lizanne Falsetto CEO thinkThin "][/caption] I love a good road trip. At least once a year I take a pilgrimage from Seattle to northern California. I usually make the 12-hour trip in one day, which means...

    In my 20's and 30's, I didn’t eat a lot of fruits and vegetables — I know, don’t tell anyone! My diet wasn’t great and it showed in my skin. In my 40’s, I started experimenting with more fruits and veggies, and I found that...

When I was trying to lose weight, I had a love-hate relationship with my bathroom scale. I allowed the numbers on it to make or break my day. I also weighed in every time I went to the bathroom! I abused my scale, instead of...

     When I was in my mid-twenties, I was 20 pounds overweight and my cholesterol was 240, not the picture of health. I made poor food choices, all based on hunger and convenience. Working a long day and not having any “go-to” recipes, I would...

I’ve worked a long day, I walk in the door at 6 pm, and I have 3 sets of eyes looking at me, expectantly. I know the approaching question, “What’s for dinner?” Funny, I’ve been asking myself that same question! Ten years ago, I would have...