|Home > Expert Blogs > Mind Over Platter|
AboutRosa Smith-Montanaro is a Virtual Wellness and Weight Loss Coach, and the award-winning creator of the Mind Over Platter program. She also wrote a book of the same name. Her background is in Hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistics Programming (NLP), Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Success Coaching.
» Meet Rosa Smith-Montanaro
» Save Author as Favorite
» See all RosaSmith's Posts
Recent Posts» Defusing the Comfort Food Urge
» Summarizing the M&M Diet
» Following The M&M Diet in Spite of Limitations
» Modification Is the Second M in the M&M Diet
» Moderation is the first M in the M&M Diet
Archive» July 2008
» June 2008
» May 2008
» April 2008
» March 2008
» February 2008
NOTE: Today's blog was written by my friend, mentor and nutritionist, Valerie Greguire. She is a Natural Health Consultant and owner of Herbal Answers for Health. She has given me permission to share this valuable report in it's entirety with you. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. --Rosa
The Dangers of Midsection Weight Gain
When we think in terms of being healthy, one of the areas we gauge ourselves on is whether or not we have any diagnosed medical conditions. High blood pressure, high cholesterol and arthritis are all indicators in our mind of our overall health.
Another factor in our minds are our overall symptoms; whether or not we have good energy, are able to sleep through the night or get frequent headaches all indicate to us a sense of how healthy we feel. Symptoms are a sign that something is wrong in the body, an indicator that the body is having trouble with a particular function they are not the underlying problem.
As a Natural Health Consultant, I work with my clients to discover the underlying causes for their symptoms and help to assist their body in correcting them. There is one area that is gaining a lot of attention in regard to health; it is the symptom of being overweight.
For years people have fought the scales, battled the bulge and gotten frustrated with extra pounds. All in all, it has only been recently that people have begun to truly recognize that these extra pounds are a symptom of much bigger health problems on the rise.
It is time to look at the fat building up on your waistline for what it is, dangerous unhealthy fat, and a precursor to disease.
An often overlooked culprit in heart disease and diabetes is the connection between ... Continue
Hot Topicsdiet, weight loss, fitness, motivation, abs, restaurants, health, calories, stress, challenge, gyms, support, goals, points, exercise, metabolism, food, recipe
Most Popular Searches
Most Popular Blogs» Longer, Leaner Thighs: 5 Best Exercises
» We Announce The Challenge WINNER!
» Best Vitamins Dieters Not Getting
» The Dangerous Escape Food Provides
» Janel Hits The Farmers Market
Highest Rated Blogs» The Top 10 Workout Songs for March 2015
» Enjoy the Benefits of Eating Local
» Buying & Preparing Lamb: The Basics
» The Road to Being Booty-ful
» Cooking With Quinoa: 10 Recipes!