August 17th– Many people don’t realize that it’s our brain that determines when and why we eat. We’re talking about the role of the brain (and our hormones) on weight loss on the next episode of My Weight Live… Tuesday August 17th at 8:30 pm ET. Don’t miss it!
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Emotional eating is a real challenge for many people trying to reach a healthier weight… that’s what we’re talking about with food addiction counselor Sandra Elia on this fantastic episode of My Weight Live!
There are proven treatments available to help people living with excess weight… we talk with Dr. Laura Reardon about what they are, how they can help prevent weight re-gain and what to do when we hit a plateau.
Changing our thinking can make a big difference in our actions… we’re talking with medical expert Dr. Sandy Van about how anyone can use CBT as a tool for reaching a healthier weight on this…
For many people, it takes more than just diet and exercise alone to reach a healthier weight. On this special World Obesity Day episode, we’re talking with patient ambassador Patty Nece about how finding the right doctor and getting treatment changed her life and medical expert Dr. Ken Fujioka shares the latest advances in the field of obesity treatment.
When it comes to reaching a healthier weight, there are psychological tools that can help make behavior change EASIER. Learn what they are and how they can help on this fantastic episode of My Weight…
Staying healthy during COVID-19 is easier if we have a strategy– psychologist Dr. Dayna Lee-Baggley joins us on My Weight Live to talk about how we can stick to healthy habits over the next few…
Dr. Judy Shiau has spent a long time researching and treating excess weight and obesity – and that’s why she’s no stranger to hearing things like weight loss is about eating less and exercising more, medications won’t work everyone or that bariatric surgery is taking the easy way out. But, a lot of what she hears are just myths! Learn what’s science and what’s just hearsay on My Weight Live: Debunking Treatment Myths.
Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Can apple cider vinegar aid weight loss? Is a detox worth the pricetag? A dietitian tackles these questions and more popular food fads on tonight’s episode of My Weight Live : Fact vs. Fiction.
Anyone who has lost weight and tried to keep it off knows that weight maintenance is often easier said than done. Luckily, weight loss expert, Dr. Sean Wharton is sharing his best advice on keeping weight off for good on this episode of My Weight Live.
Advocating for ourselves in the doctor’s office can be critical for good health, especially for people living with excess weight. Patient advocate Ian Patton shares his experiences and guidance on how to get the best medical care and the treatments we need on this episode of My Weight Live.
Physician Dr. Sasha High talks about women’s health issues and the tools available to reach our best weight
Psychologist Dr. Paul Davidson discusses strategies for dealing with emotional eating, and also shares tips for how to manage “habit hunger”!
Physician Dr. Shahebina Walji talks about how hormones can impact our weight.
Emotional eating is a challenge for so many of us– we talk with therapist Katie Raskin about how we can heal our relationship with food on this fantastic episode of My Weight Live.
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