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Scientists have devoted decades studying the many variables that make up the healthiest of lifestyles. All these variables, including eating well, getting fit, and developing the right mindset for staying on track, come together in the Pritikin Program.

What Should You Eat When You are Stressed?

The Best Foods to Eat When You're Stressed

Why do I eat when stressed? The sugar, salt, and fat found in desserts and other comfort foods, act like jet fuel for your brain, inducing positive, energizing sensations. No wonder it can feel so soothing to munch on a bag of crunchy chips when you are stressed. Stress eating and overeating are common problems…

Can You Lose Weight Eating Chocolate?

Weight Loss Tips for Chocolate Lovers

Is it Okay to Eat Chocolate Every Day? Raise your hand if you’re a chocoholic? There is no guilt in indulging in luscious, molten, dark chocolate-filled moments. In fact, scientists suggest you should eat more of it! Chronic consumption of flavonoids found in dark chocolate may lower your risk of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes….

Stay On Track with Pritikin at Home

Stay On Track with Pritikin at Home | Call (305) 771-0712 We’ll provide the support and help to keep you accountable in order for you to achieve your health goals by following the Pritikin Eating Plan. We have the answers to your questions with regards to dining out, food shopping, and more. Pritikin on Track…

Best Diet for Men

The Best Diet for Men's Health

It’s worth changing your diet, men! Research shows most major health risks men face are preventable with easy diet and lifestyle changes. Today, more than ever before, the average male is less healthy and expected to die sooner, than the average female. “Genetics loads the gun and lifestyle pulls the trigger,” comments Kimberly Gomer, Director…

8 Ways to Break Free from Emotional Eating Triggers

How to Stop Emotional Eating Triggers

Simply put, emotional eating is “when a person eats over any emotion, such as fear, anxiety, worry, guilt, even happiness,” explains Dr. Coral Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW, the Director of Behavioral Health and Wellness at Pritikin. “It’s eating to comfort yourself.” (Though it’s different than binge eating, which is when we feel the need to…

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