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Best Q I've seen: Toss up between #2 selfishness, but I vote for: #1 sinful pride. Arrogance - narcissism seems to be the most destructive and toxic from A to Z for humanity. Terrorists leaders are almost universally narcissistic / corrupt business folks with the power to ruin economies, ditto. Selfishness is horid and causes alot of pain in the world, but pride causes the destruction. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Start with food list: Keep a daily record of what is eaten. If little time, then use your phone or camera to take a photo. After a few days, look at the images and consider sharing them with a friend or a professional. There are also apps to help people change habits. But the first best step is to note what you are putting in your mouth each time you eat :0. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
How can I change my eating habits. From less processed to more whole food. Habits are hard to break but want to be healthier?
Stop eating out: It is difficult because quick foods are more processed. So clean out all processed foods from your kitchen and go shopping with a list for basic foods as well as make a menu for the week and shop for those ingredients as well. If you are a busy person try to do most of your prep for the meals on the days you are off. Eating at home and taking your own lunch yo work will help you eat whole foods. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Portion control: I agree with dr. Valdez-small portions. In america, we often eat until we are 'full', while in other cultures one eats until about 70% full. Serve small portions of everything, with 'seconds' only after first servings are consumed. An age appropriate serving could be a single bite. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Very early: Learned behaviors start at 6 mos.; you can teach a lot by a year. At 15-16 mos., a toddler will " do what you do, not do what you say, " so model what you expect of him. At 18 mos. Developmental age a child can understand " time-out." "Little people" by Dr. Ed Christopherson is a good book . Keep your rules short, & what you want, e.g., "feet go on the floor, "not "don't stand up in that chair." ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Depression: Enjoying our food activates the pleasure-sensing portions of our brains. Also, good nutrition plays a prominent role in our mental health. A more specific example of the relationship between eating and mental health involves depression. In typical depression, folks will start eating less; in atypical depression, folks will tend to overeat and snack often. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Eats less,exercise m: For good health our body needs a balanced meal made of carbs, proteins and some healthy fats. A good source of healthy carbs are grains(avoid sugars as much as possible), good amount of proteins from eggs, fish, nuts and low fat dairy.No saturated fats(avoidingredmeats) but use oils for cooking(olive oil is the best.). ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Discipline: I always advise 1. Get rid of all the "junk" in the house. 2. Serve the right food for meals. If he/she does not want it, remove it to the fridge and serve for next meal. Never insist and do not give in. Hunger wins the day and children begin to appreciate the nuances of flavor from "god-made"food. Discipline demands that "you have to be cruel to be kind". ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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