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Letting Go

To let go doesn’t mean stop caring, It means I can’t do it for someone else. To let go is not to cut myself off, It is the realization that I can’t control another. To let go is not to try to change or blame another, I can only change myself. To let go is

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Holiday Recipes from Rosewood

Our gift to you this holiday is four fantastic holiday recipes from a soon-to-be released cookbook created by Chef Rachel and Director of Nutrition Services Megan Kniskern. Enjoy this sneak preview and these recipes! About the Cookbook It is important to have a trusted resource, like Rosewood, for wholesome food that nourishes our bodies and

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Nine Core Feelings

Click on the link below to get a downloadable and printable PDF of the Nine Core Feelings and their gifts: Download Printable Handout Nine Core Feelings Their Gifts Anger Resentment Irritation Frustration Annoyance Exasperation Assertiveness Strength Energy Fear Apprehension Overwhelmed Threatened Concern Dread Preservation Wisdom Protection Pain Hurt Pity Sad Shock Despair Healing Growth Awareness

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Falling for Fall

Falling For Fall… Fruits & Veggies By Chef Rachel Tribby, Executive Le Cordon Bleu Chef at Rosewood Ranch There is no better way to welcome autumn than to visit the clusters of warm-colored fruits and vegetables heaped in fragrant mounds at your local farmers’ market or grocer. The cooler air and change of leaves allows

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Adult Women Age 30+ Suffer From Eating Disorders

Michelle Konstantinovsky’s article, Why Adult Women Suffer from Eating Disorders, addresses the common misconception that eating disorders only affect teenagers. She discusses how a ground breaking 2012 study reported that thirteen percent of women, age fifty and over, displayed eating disorder symptoms. The women who participated in the study fell into three distinct categories: one

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Excercise for Depression

Treating Depression With Exercise According to Mayo Clinic, “depression is a [chronic] medical illness that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest,” and “can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems.” That being said, there is exciting research that indicates physical exercise may be used as an effective alternative to

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Diet Guru’s Open Apology Letter

Diet Guru’s Open Apology to Weight Loss Clients Iris Higgins is a certified hypnotherapist, past life regression specialist, and women’s health coach. However, several years ago, she worked for a weight loss company as a weight loss consultant. She taught women how to restrict their calorie intake to 1200/day, and evaluated their exercise levels. In

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On Little Girls & Body Image

Back in October, Emily L. Hauser wrote a blog for the Huffington Post that touched a nerve with many women; she started a conversation about little girls and their negative body image. Hauser was inspired to write about the subject after watching her ten year old daughter weep in the backseat of the car, afraid

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Weight Loss at Any Cost: Alleged Cheating on “The Biggest Loser”

BingeBehavior.com, an organization that combats weight stigma, discusses what they call a ‘cheating scandal’ on the TV show The Biggest Loser (TBL), brings to light what they refer to as, “the show’s hypocritical notion that weight loss is synonymous with health.” The article argues that TBL touts itself as a health-oriented program, while, according the

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Discovery of Obesity-Related Mechanism

Discovery of Obesity-Related Mechanism A joint research team discovered that certain antibodies in the blood of morbidly obese patients has an effect on the body’s natural mechanisms that determine hunger and satiation. The stomach releases the hormone ghrelin to signal the brain that it is hungry. The antibodies, or immunoglobulins, present in obese people’s blood

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