Blog Topic: BookClub

HH Book Club - Mindless Eating (week 2)

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Welcome back to our online book club, last week we started reading Mindless Eating by Brian Wansink.

This Week's Thought Questions (based on chapters 1-3):

1. What surprised you most about the North Dakota wine study? 

(side note: I am a long time practicer of "I'm not hungry but I'm going to teat this anyway.")

2. Do you agree that volume trumps ...


HH Book Club - Mindless Eating (week 1)

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We've decided to cancel the online book club since we would rather be mindlessly snacking ... oh wait! It's April Fool's Day!

Of course we wouldn't cancel the book club, there are so many good books I have yet to read! This month we are focusing on Mindless Eating by Brian Wansink.

This Week's Thought Question (Based on the Introduction):

1 ...


HH Book Club - The Pleasure Trap (week 4)

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Welcome back to the Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Book Club! This is the final week of thought questions for The Pleasure Trap by Doug Lisle.

This Week's Thought Questions:

1. Do you agree about the myth of moderation? 

2. Do you agree that you should change everything all at once (ie., diet, exercise, drugs/alcohol/cigs) instead of 1 at a time?

Please leave ...


HH Book Club - The Pleasure Trap (week 3)

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Welcome back to the Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Book Club, where we've teamed up with my friends at Engine 2 for an online virtual book club. 

The book we've been reading this month is The Pleasure Trap by Doug Lisle. We have had some great discussions so far from our previous thought questions, you can check them all out here at Goodreads.

This ...


Book Club - The Pleasure Trap (week 2)

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Welcome back to the second week of our virtual book club! To see last week's questions and discussions check out our group on goodreads or my post here.

We've been reading The Pleasure Trap by Doug Lisle

     

This Week's Thought Questions:

1. If pain is nature's guidance towards corrective behaviors, how are we not following the motivational triad by seeking pain ...