Author: Roger

Ask Roger: So what about calcium?

Calcium People share with me their concerns about bone loss and osteoporosis. I’m frequently asked about healthy sources of calcium and I still hear of people forcing milk and other dairy products on their family believing that milk builds strong bones. According to the Dairy Council’s own research, milk does not build strong bones. I am not a dietitian or a nutritionist. I have studied nutrition for the past 20 years, I am Certified by Dr. John McDougall in his Starch Solution training program and I studying for a certification in sports nutrition. When people ask me, I happily...

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Milk May Contribute to Childhood Obesity

Milk and childhood obesity It’s not news that there is a direct and well-established correlation between milk and childhood obesity. Research also shows that breastfed babies are better protected against obesity later in life for as much as 30 years than those who are fed formula. Healthy children are raised on mother’s milk, whole grains, vegetables, fruit and water. It has been proven throughout the history of human existence that a whole-food, plant-based lifestyle is the healthiest way to live. I grew up on a dairy farm and my family is very much about dairy and meat. Twenty-five years...

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Weight loss hypnosis tips

Weight loss hypnosis tips Seattle Weight Loss Hypnosis with Roger Moore offers weight loss hypnosis tips to it’s clients in support of a healthy and lasting weight loss. How many times have you lost weight only to gain it back? Hypnosis for weight loss can help you to end that cycle of yo-yo dieting. I remember the hopeless despair of dieting. Most of my life I dieted, I deprived myself only to gain the weight back. At 260 pounds my blood pressure was high and I was labeled pre-diabetic. Hypnosis for weight loss changed my life. I lost the...

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Mental Imagery ~ Becoming the Greatest Expression of You

Mental Imagery I’ve emphasized the concept of Mental Rehearsal on numerous occasions so I want now to expand on that concept and talk about the importance of mental imagery. Several studies have shown that the brain does not know the difference between what it is thinking internally and what it is experiencing in its external environment. If you and I have worked together, you may remember that I had you imagine biting into a lemon. And as I described biting into a lemon to you, most of you experienced more or less saliva in your mouth and your jaws...

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Becoming Slender For Life ~ Do you know how to get to Phoenix?

Course correction I often tell Slender For Life™ weight loss hypnosis clients that self-hypnosis is a course correction. This week’s reading from chapter 7 of my book, Becoming Slender For Life is Course Corrections. Use Self-hypnosis several times a day everyday and stay on course to achieve your goals. You too can become Slender For Life™ Read Becoming Slender For Life Light Switch Self-hypnosis Written Suggestions for Self-hypnosis Do you know how to get to Phoenix? (pages 201 – 202) We talked in Chapter Three about commitment. Are you really clear on what you are committing to? As I...

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Creamy Vegan Tomato Soup

Tomato soup I grew up with tomato soup as one of our staple meals. In the winter it came out of the can and in the summer it was fresh from the garden. In recent years I have tried to find a healthy canned tomato soup that tasted great. So far that’s not gone so well. What I love about this recipe is that it looks pretty easy to make and it doesn’t take a lot of time. This is another one that I am looking forward to. Let me know how you like it! Creamy Vegan Tomato Soup...

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Meditation reduces stress, and changes your brain

Meditation reduces stress It’s been long believed that hypnosis and mindfulness meditation reduces stress. Now there is evidence that it not only reduces stress, it literally changes your brain. Neuroscientist Sara Lazar’s amazing brain scans show meditation can actually change the size of key regions of our brain, improving our memory and making us more empathetic, compassionate, and resilient under stress. According to Lazar, “Mindfulness is just like exercise. It’s a form of mental exercise, really. And just as exercise increases health, helps us handle stress better and promotes longevity, meditation purports to confer some of those same benefits.”...

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Ask Roger: Where do you get your protein?

Protein It happened again last week: “Where do you get your protein? While my inclination is to burst out laughing, I have learned to take a deep breath and remind myself that the meat and dairy councils have hypnotized the U.S. into thinking we are at risk of protein deficiency. I recently read that if you ate your total daily calories only in potato chips, you will exceed your daily requirement of protein. I certainly don’t recommend a diet of potato chips and I don’t recommend that you plan your meals around a protein source. The evidence for the...

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