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  • Feb
  • 15

Even Vegans Eat for Emotional Comfort

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The emotional eater's repair manual.

We’re pleased to share this article from Julie M. Simon, the author of The Emotional Eater’s Repair Manual . Julie is a licensed psychotherapist and life coach with more than 20 years of experience helping overeaters stop dieting, heal their relationship with themselves and their bodies, and lose weight and keep it off.

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Unfortunately, we vegans are not immune …

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  • Feb
  • 2

Plant-Based Fats: Should They Be Avoided?

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When I was growing up, fat was considered a pariah. For good health and weight maintenance, it was to be avoided at all costs. We had nonfat cookies and breads and even low-fat peanut butter. When I went to college to study nutrition, I learned that the reasoning behind this no-fat trend was sound: Fats have more calories …

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  • Sep
  • 27

Battle of the Bulge: Vegetarianism and Weight Loss

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Just about everybody has a few extra pounds that they’d be happy to see the last of. If you’re vegetarian, the good news is that it’s more likely to be 5 pounds than 50. In fact, a recent study that at first glance seems to vindicate the Atkins diet-perhaps because it was funded in part by the Atkins Foundation-actually …

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