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Tips for staying with the program

Tips for staying with the program

Tips for staying with the program is this weeks reading from  my book, Becoming Slender For Life. It saddens me when someone gets distracted from their goal by life events and then doesn’t make living a healthy lifestyle a priority. Stresses of work, money and family can be hazards to self care, but letting them […]

Hypnosis to control fatigue from radiotherapy for breast cancer

Hypnosis to control fatigue from radiotherapy for breast cancer

Hypnosis can be used to control fatique from radiotherapy for breast cancer according to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. People living with cancer and other diseases have been learning hypnosis at Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore since 1997. Hypnosis is an evidence-based intervention to control fatigue in people undergoing radiotherapy for […]

Bean Burgers ~ Jeff Novick

Bean Burgers ~ Jeff Novick

This Bean Burgers recipe from Jeff Novick is the newest addition to the Slender For Life™ Recipe Library. I sure do love a burger – just as long as it isn’t beef, chicken, fist or pork and as long as it isn’t made with cheese. There are great plant based burger recipes and of course […]

8 Sources of Protein

8 Sources of Protein

Katie Waldeck, wrote an article in care2 on the 8 Surprising Sources of Protein. It drives me crazy that in 2015 people still think that protein is synonymous with beef, pork, chicken, fish, eggs and dairy. The truth is that 60 percent of people alive today and most of the people who have lived in the […]

Gut feelings - your second brain

Gut feelings – your second brain

Have you ever “gone with your gut” to make a decision or felt “butterflies in your stomach” when you’re anxious? These gut feelings are signals from your second brain. Hidden in the walls of the digestive system, this “brain in your gut” is revolutionizing medicine’s understanding of the links between digestion, mood, health and even the way […]

Want A Healthy Brain?

Want A Healthy Brain?

If you want a healthy brain you’d better avoid these 7 habits. You can learn mindfulness based hypnosis at Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore to make healthy and long lasting lifestyle changes. If you are like most of us, you have tried and willed your way to habit change only to give in, give up […]

Is Alzheimer’s Type 3 Diabetes?

Is Alzheimer’s Type 3 Diabetes?

The National Review of Medicine first published the idea that Alzheimer’s might be Type 3 Diabetes December 15, 2005. There is a growing body of research that suggests that the Standard American Diet (SAD) may be killing your brain. Since 1997 Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore has supported hundreds of people with living a whole […]

Good fats? Bad fats?

Good fats? Bad fats?

There is so much confusion about good fats and bad fats. The marketers have again done a wonderful job of selling their snake oil products. The problem is that too many people have way too much fat. Your body can synthesize the fats you need from the foods you eat. The safest and healthiest way […]

Stop Trying to Think Your Way Out

Stop Trying to Think Your Way Out

 Stop Trying to Think Your Way Out by Kelley T. Woods is this weeks featured article in the Hypnosis Health Info Article Library. “Trying to make permanent behavioral change by “thinking” is much like attempting to create corporate change by going to the receptionist. You need to get to the CEO which, in this case, […]

Sweet and Spicy Roasted Vegetables

Sweet and Spicy Roasted Vegetables

Sweet and Spicy Roasted Vegetables is a delightfully succulent meal that is sure excite your taste buds! This dish is one more proof that a healthy whole food plant based diet can be satisfying and taste great. Sweet and Spicy Roasted Vegetables is this weeks featured recipe in the Slender For Life™ Recipe Library. Hypnosis […]

Effects of Stress

Effects of Stress

I’ve been invited by Gilda’s Club Seattle to give a series of presentations on the effects of stress on health and healing. The most important thing to remember about stress is that it’s a normal part of life. The problem is not with stress itself. Rather, the problem lies with how much stress, how often […]

White rice and diabetes

White rice and diabetes

I recently heard someone that I respect tell a class that eating white rice increases the risk of type 2 diabetes. Sadly, this misinformation still exists today.  Current research from John McDougall, M.D., and other health professionals tell us that, “Worldwide, the populations with the lowest rates of diabetes are those that eat the most […]

Move a little, lose a lot ~ NEAT

Move a little, lose a lot ~ NEAT

According to Mayo Clinic, you can move a little and lose a lot with NEAT. Nonexercise Activity Thermogenesis in Obesity Management (NEAT) is an important component of daily energy expenditure. By just doing simple daily manual task activities, NEAT can be enhanced throughout the workday and at home. These activities should be encouraged in childhood […]