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A Special Christmas Diet TREAT! RUBY’S Weight Loss Journey

Gems of wisdom from the 500-pound Style Network star who’s on a quest to lose the weight and reclaim her life.
Have you all seen Holly Lebowitz Rossi’s interview with Ruby Gettinger! Read on!!!
Since she was 10 years old, Ruby Gettinger has struggled with her weight. At one point, she weighed 700 pounds, she currently weighs close to 500. Her weight problem cost her the love of her longtime boyfriend, and it has caused health problems from diabetes to sleep apnea. Now her doctor is telling her a simple but chilling fact: if she does not lose the weight, she will die.
As Ruby gets serious about transforming her life and realizing dreams from the simple (taking a bubble bath) to the profound (finding her soul mate), The Style Network is following her on her journey. Ruby spoke to Beliefnet about her life, her faith, and what keeps her going day by day. … Read ON!

Christmas Tip #13: Ward off Cravings, Bingeing and Depression

It is particularly important to go into the ‘light’ during this time of year, when the sun sets earlier and earlier and we are less likely to get out.
Too little sun light can activate cravings for fatty, high-calorie foods like cakes, cookies and chips. Lack of sunlight reduces the brain’s production of serotonin, the mood-boosting brain chemical that not only helps us to feel happy but also suppresses food cravings and bingeing!
So … Open your drapes and blinds. If you work in a windowless office, take a power walk at lunchtime. Twenty minutes of sunlight a day should do it.
Join me as we KICK those dreary blues away, ward off cravings and bingeing. Walk on the sunny side of the street. Hooray! LIGHT!!!!
Spread the word … NOT the icing!
Janice Taylor is a Weight Loss Coach, Author, Columnist and 50-pound big-time-loser.
Interested in one-on-one coaching? Write Janice for a free consult.
Want more information on how YOU CAN wake up THINNER on New Year’s Day? Christmas Diet

VIDEO Christmas Tip #12: Filling Up On Happiness

I was recently talking to one of my star coaching clients (each and everyone of you a star in your own way). Betty (the names have been changed to protect the innocent) said, “I know I should fill up on happiness instead of food.”Her comment led to a rich and satisfying conversation about happiness and how it affects our weight. It is a way bigger challenge to stay the course, and lose weight when you are feeling unhappy, depressed or sad; isn’t it? Weight loss is about a lot more than just food and exercise.To that end, here follows a download of a ‘body’ for you to fill with happiness …

Happy Body.pdf

. Be sure to listen/watch the video. It explains all!Spread the word … NOT the icing!Janice____________________________Janice Taylor is a Weight Loss Coach, Author, Columnist and 50-pound big-time-loser. Interested in one-on-one coaching? Write Janice for a free consult.Want more information on how YOU CAN wake up THINNER on New Year’s Day? Christmas Diet

Christmas Tip #11: The Family “Fat” (not like the family jewels)

We know that obesity is a growing epidemic among adults and children, leading to increases in serious illness including diabetes. For the first time, our children’s life span may be shorter than ours. How frightening is that?
And yet, we continue to overfeed our children (and ourselves).
Now, I know that you are a smart group of people. And I know that you know what to do. But it seems like some of you forget to do the ‘right’ thing; forget to buy the healthy snacks; forget the obvious.
I say this not in judgment. I am guilty of amnesia, myself. I actually had to make a sign that says “GYM IN BASEMENT… Go and HAVE FUN,”so I would remember to go and have fun!!! I had a bout of unconscious behavior while making corn soup. I was stirring while talking on the phone (an absolute no brainer … do not stir and talk) and I ate 1/2 the pot of soup before it got to the table.
So, In the spirit of telling you what you already know but might appreciate hearing again … or enjoy hearing in my kooky voice … here follows some good tips and reminders that you may find extra useful during the holiday season.
How To Help YOURSELF and YOUR Family!
We teach by example. You can tell your kids till you are BLUE in the face that they SHOULD NOT eat JUNK, but if you are imparting this wisdom with a bad of Cheetos in one hand and a stack of Oreos in the other … good luck!a
Cook up some healthy meals, stock up on healthy snacks for YOU and THEM. Do NOT stock just for them; or just for you. You and your family ARE connected. There is a flow from one person to the next.
Take it from one who lived it … Do NOT make it more than it is. One sure way to create a fat adult, is to harp on your children’s size or shape. You are essentially negatively hypnotizing them by embedding ‘bad’ messages.
… it’s such a shame; you have such a pretty face. (embedding SHAME)
… those tight pants make your behind look even bigger than it already is (embedding belief that there is something ‘abnormal’ with ones behind)
… you are fabulous! … I love you! … you are smart! … I am lucky to be your mother. (unconditionally, wonderful messages)
You might want to understand where your calories and your family’s calories are coming from. Be curious …
How many snacks did you (or he or she) eat today?
What do they serve at school? Are the kids swapping brown bag lunches?
How many bowls of diet ice cream did you (or he or she) have?
On average, how many calories per meal?

In other words, even if I am (or you are; are your child is) successful at staying within our daily calorie range (1200 to 1400 calories to lose weight for adults), it could be that 1/3 of the calories are ‘spent’ on desserts! Is that wise? Am I creating a healthy lifestyle? For myself? For my family?
Set a good example and create activities that move you and shake you.
Shake Your Booty every morning together!
Stairs in your home? Keep track of how many times you go up and down them every day, and break your own record; or have a contest with family members. Give a prize at the end of the week. (A non-food prize!)
Hike together. Bike together. Always a good idea to get out!!! Of the house! And MOVE IT!
5. HAVE FUN!!!
Laugh together. Kids laugh four hundred times a day, on average, while adults get in just fifteen chuckles.
Spread the word … NOT the icing!
Janice Taylor is a Weight Loss Coach, Author, Columnist and 50-pound big-time-loser.
Interested in one-on-one coaching? Write Janice for a free consult.
Want more information on how YOU CAN wake up THINNER on New Year’s Day? Christmas Diet

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