How To Find Ways To Eat Healthier

Posted by on Mar 25, 2016 in General, Nutrition | 2 comments

Healthy Food vs. Unhealthy Food

 

To begin, eating healthier starts with eating healthier foods. Without creating a huge list of “eat this” and “don’t eat that” foods, let’s make it simple. As I mentioned in my post, “How To Keep Yourself Motivated,” the fewer decisions we have to make, the less we tax our will power, which means that more will power or self-control is available to us to resist unhealthy foods.

The easiest way to do this is to just purchase healthy foods at the market. The easy way to know which foods are healthy vs. unhealthy is to purchase foods in their natural, unprocessed, unpackaged state. Ideally, you want to purchase single ingredient foods or foods with just a few ingredients and certainly nothing that you’re unable to pronounce.

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How To Stay Committed To Your Diet Plan

Posted by on Mar 16, 2016 in Motivation, Nutrition | 4 comments

Diet Plan

Have you heard the one about the chicken and pig who want to make a bacon-and-egg sandwich for the farmer they liked so much? The chicken says, “I could provide some eggs.” The pig replies, “That’s fine, but while you’re making a contribution, I’m making a real commitment!”

And that’s the way it is with any new goal you’re trying to reach, whether it’s nutrition, exercise, or something else. You have to make a real commitment.

But the first thing I’m gonna tell you is not to go “whole-hog” (pun intended).

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How To Curb Sugar And Other Cravings

Posted by on Mar 13, 2016 in Nutrition, Uncategorized | 10 comments

Sugar Craving

Ah, sugar, my arch-nemesis. Don’t give me a piece of chocolate cake or some M&M chocolate covered peanuts. It’s just too hard to stop.

Isn’t it interesting that most of us know what we should eat and what we shouldn’t eat and yet we still have a problem losing weight? We’re intelligent, we’re educated, and yet somehow we still have these cravings that we give in to.

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Diet, Exercise…and Sleep?

Posted by on Oct 31, 2015 in Exercise, Nutrition, Weight loss | 6 comments


Hi, it’s Rick Henkin and I want to talk to you about sleep, glorious sleep and its importance to weight loss. When we think about losing weight we usually think of diet and exercise. But is sleep just as important? And just to be clear, when I mention losing weight, I’m not talking about scale weight, I’m talking about body fat. Let me digress for a quick second.

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Body Fat Chronicles- A Personal Journey

Posted by on Jun 11, 2015 in Exercise, Nutrition | 4 comments

In January of this year I decided to change my body composition (ratio of body fat to lean mass). Lean mass is everything in your body other than body fat- muscle, bone, organs, and skin. I was curious to see what I could learn and what I could accomplish in a 12 week period at my age. This journey was chronicled on Face Book. Here are my posts and my results:

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