All posts by Shari Broder

Black Bean & Corn Salad with Pasta & Lime Vinaigrette

Now that it is summer, I've been making a lot of substantial salads for supper. This is a vegetarian salad with lots of things I love: black beans, corn, cheese, avocado, tomatoes and cucumber, with

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Why Classifying Food as “Good” and “Bad” Keeps You Fat

Do you have lists of foods you consider “bad” and “forbidden”?Are you afraid to have certain foods in your house because you can’t resist them?Do you fear that if you allow yourself to eat these

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To Stop Overeating, You Must Uncover What’s Eating You

How much of your eating is triggered by feeling an uncomfortable emotion?If you’re overweight, you’re very likely in the habit of eating when you’re not hungry. Maybe you’re frustrated or bored.

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Falafel Salad

I was inspired to create this salad because I had leftover falafel I had made using Ottolenghi's recipe, which you can find here. It can be super quick if you have leftover or frozen falafel and some tzatziki

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Five Great Tools for Eating With Awareness

Does this sound familiar?You start off Monday morning determined to eat better. You’re going to finally lose those extra pounds. You’re going to listen to your body. You’re not going to overeat.By

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Change Your Beliefs to Change Your Body

What unconscious beliefs do you have that are keeping you from reaching your goals about weight loss, food and body image?I’m a big believer in beliefs. I agree with Teddy Roosevelt, who said, “Believe

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Dos and Don’ts for Staying on Track When Losing Weight Without Dieting

You’re trying to lose weight, maybe for the third time. Or maybe it's the 30th.But you really want it to be the last time. You’d love to finally put the ka-bosh on weight gain once and for all!You’ve

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Herb Salsa Can Make Your Cooking Sing!

Despite the wealth of cooking resources on the Internet, which I use constantly, I still love my cookbooks. I'm really fussy about them, so buying one for me can be risky. My husband really scored with

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How Toddlers Can Inspire Your Weight Loss Efforts

Learning how to lose weight and keep it off is a lot like a toddler learning to walk.Think about the toddler. A tiny human who, before learning to walk, can only get around by crawling.Crawling is so slow.

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Black Bean and Sweet Potato Enchilada Skillet

​    Looking for something healthy, really tasty, that can be made in one pan and  on your table in half an hour? Look no further. It's vegetarian, and it can easily be gluten-free

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Can You Tell the Difference Between Your Hungers?

When I teach people how to lose weight and keep it off without dieting, I say things like:Stop dieting and start listening to your body’s wisdom.Your body knows what you need, you just need to tune into

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Which Kind of Discomfort Do You Choose?

I’ve got good news and bad news. If you want to lose weight and keep it off without dieting, you have to be willing to experience some discomfort.Discomfort! Who wants that? What’s the good news?If

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A Rule-Hater’s Guide to Food Rules

Okay, I admit it. I don’t like rules. Especially unnecessary ones, which to me describes most rules.When my kids were young, they loved a book by Patricia MacLachlan called Seven Kisses in a Row. In

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Do You Have “Kummerspeck” from Emotional Eating?

In German, there is a word with no English equivalent. Kummerspeck. Translated, kummer means emotional pain like concern, sorrow, or anxiety. Speck means fat or bacon. Kummerspeck is the weight we gain

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