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Washington University Weight
(314) 747-4747
4488 Forest Park Ave. Ste 301
Saint Louis, MO

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Oak Hill Swimming Pool
(618) 397-3838
601 S 74th St
Belleville, IL
Snap Fitness
(618) 233-3055
3030 Frank Scott Parkway West
Belleville, IL
St Clair Country Club
(314) 772-2661
78 S St
Belleville, IL
Family Sportsplex Inc
(618) 277-7111
2346 Mascoutah Ave
Belleville, IL
Medi-Cal Weight Loss Clinic
(314) 367-6715
1 Barnes Jewish Hospital Plz
St Louis, MO

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Steele Barbell Club
(618) 610-5843
5 N. Oak St.
Belleville, IL
Nichols Community Center
(618) 277-9785
515 E D St
Belleville, IL
Dorchester Swim and Tennis Club
(618) 398-3667
801 S 74th St
Belleville, IL
Belleville Health & Sports Center
(618) 398-2778
1001 S 74th St
Belleville, IL

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Losing That Extra Weight
Strategies for Successful Slimming

BITs for Weight Loss

Chopra recommends that you follow the BITs instead of or in conjunction with a calorie-cutting diet. Your excess weight is caused not just by what you've been eating but by how you've been eating it-carelessly or compulsively, on the run instead of sitting down, between meals instead of at regular hours. These are simple things, of course, but they make a big difference. 

Leaving aside the very small minority who actually have a hormone or metabolic problem, most overweight people, according to Chopra, are the victims of conditioning-bad habits that have been unconsciously built into their bodies over time. Everyone's body has the intelligence to know the right amount to eat; nature gave us the hunger reflex to tell us when our bodies want food and its opposite, the satiation reflex, to tell us when our stomachs are satisfied. People who have lost these instincts have surrendered an important aspect of their body's intelligence. They eat like machines, switched on by automatic cues-the sight and smell of food, or just the thought of it. But by following the BITS they can return to "conscious eating," guided by the body's inner intelligence. 

Besides overeating, other abuses at the table can suppress our healthy instincts for eating. If you consume a meal while feeling angry, according to Ayurveda, you are producing mental ama from your food. (A Western physician wou...

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