Those words slip out so easily. When you’re tired, stressed, or physically ill, food is often the first thing that comes to mind. [Read more…]
At noon every Wednesday, she faithfully went to her group meeting and stepped on the scale. [Read more…]
In the last couple of posts, I’ve been telling you about a column written by Drs. Oz and Roizen and their recommendations for helping overweight kids.
I didn’t like some of their advice, so I’ve been adding my own twist to what they said. [Read more…]
I didn’t like some of their advice, so I’m adding my own twist to what they said.
I’ve already told you my thoughts about their suggestion that you walk or exercise with your child for two hours a day. Here’s their second “great” idea. [Read more…]
In a recent newspaper column by Drs. Oz and Roizen, a reader said:
“I was a fat kid, so I’ve worked hard (sometimes) to stay at a healthy weight as an adult.
Now I have a 4-year-old and he’s becoming overweight too. I don’t want him to go through the same struggle I did. How can I help him?” [Read more…]