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Nutrition, diet and health blogs by CalMWM Head Nutritionist Elaine Murphy (BA, CNS). For our patients.

Monday, 03 December 2012 07:51

Minimize Stress and Weight Gain

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As if we don't already have enough stress in our lives, things are ramping up as we head into the month of December. To keep stress levels down, here are a few suggestions to help minimize it.

Monday, 26 November 2012 08:17

After a Slip

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How did you do after the holiday? Accolades to those who got through the event without overdoing it. It’s quite an accomplishment! Don’t be afraid to make this acknowledgement to yourself! It’s positive reinforcement making you stronger for the next round of temptations.

And for those of you who struggled and didn’t do well, consider these several thoughts:

Sunday, 25 November 2012 04:33

Thanksgiving Day, A Day of Gratitude for Health

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For most people Thanksgiving may be just a day of watching football and eating a lot of food all day. But I'd also like to believe many of us reflect on the day with genuine gratitude. Since my message here also wants to reflect wellness, did you know gratitude can actually improve your health? Stephen Post, PhD, author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People states that:

The other day I started giving tips on how to navigate through a large holiday meal. Here are a few more tips that have to do with having a good mindset around the holiday.

Sunday, 25 November 2012 04:14

Thanksgiving Challenges - 1

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You really can eat your favorite foods without feeling deprived and still not gain weight this Thanksgiving. The following are some tips to help navigate you through your day. Remember to plan this kind of eating ahead of time, not Thanksgiving Day. Plan your strategy now! Here are some really simple tips to get you through the Thanksgiving holiday guilt-free:

Sunday, 25 November 2012 04:11

Are you Newly Diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes?

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According to a new study published online at medicalnewstoday.com from Primary Health Care Research & Development, many patients when first diagnosed with type 2 diabetes felt "in the dark" as to what to do next in regard to their eating habits. The research indicated that while waiting for a referral to attend a diabetes education program, patients had no idea about what to eat. Even exercise, which would be so easy to suggest is neglected.

Sunday, 25 November 2012 04:07

Biography of Elaine Murphy, BA, CNC

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I'd like to introduce myself as part of the team with CMWM against the obesity epidemic to help everyone lose weight and be healthy. I'll be submitting future blogs for CMWM. I'm Elaine Murphy. My background includes a BA in Social Science and Standard Teaching credential at the California State University of Chico. My formal education in clinical nutrition training was from Bauman College as a certified Diet Counselor, Nutrition Educator and Nutrition Consultant.

Sunday, 25 November 2012 03:57

Diabetes - Stealth Killer Disease on the Prowl

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This disease is similar to a blind person unknowingly walking along a dangerous path where there is an unseen hungry cougar just waiting in a tree to pounce and kill. So what is this silent stealth killer disease? It's type 2 diabetes and it occurs without you not even knowing about it, - about 7 million people are currently undiagnosed. And it kills slowly.

Monday, 29 October 2012 00:00

Happy Halloween - Don't Be Tricked!

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Halloween is almost here, so don’t be tricked into eating more candy than you should!

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