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Article: American Salon Magazine

Lifesupport, American Salon, Aug 1, 2007

Can you actually eat your way to enlightenment? Maureen Whitehouse seems to think so.  (more…)

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Book Review: She Knows 2007

Eat with love, what’s grown with love, prepared with love and served with love…nutrition expert and former model Maureen Whitehouse reveals the easiest, most straightforward and most sustainable “diet” there is. In her new book, Soul-Full Eating: A (Delicious!) Path to Higher Consciousness, Whitehouse explains that people approach eating and dieting from an empty and self-defeating stance (think back to the last time you tried to cut carbs or lose ten pounds), one of solitary deprivation, when what we really crave and need is to feel more connected and satisfied with life. That’s the reason so many people feel empty no matter what or how much they eat. (more…)

Press Release: 5 Secrets for Eating Junk Food to Lose Weight

Press Release

5 Secrets for Eating Junk Food to Lose Weight

RTIRby RTIROnline on Fri 01 Jun 2007 04:00 PM EDT

Ask the countless dieters in your audience what tempts them most, and you’ll likely hear the words “junk food.” No wonder so many people are fretful as the summer picnic season begins. They fear that cravings could lead to weight loss setbacks. (more…)

Book Review: The Doctor Weighs In. Getting in touch with your feelings… about raisins

Getting in Touch With Your Feelings… About Raisins

A friend put me in touch with Maureen Whitehouse, a former model and now author of a new book, Soul-Full Eating. Maureen sent me a copy of her book to review.  Now, it is a pretty book with a serenely beautiful cover photo it’s a lettuce leaf (I think) and something that looks like a animal bone stuck in something that could be some sort of fruit. It is all a little blurry and abstract. But it does remind me of the decor of some of the nicer high-end spas I have frequented.

The subtitle of the book is ” A (Delicious!) Path to Higher Conscious.” Oh, oh, I’m thinking, this may be a little too zen for me. I practice yoga because it is a great exercise and my main stretching activity. But I have never really been the meditating sort. I avoid the silent dinners at my annual visit at Rancho La Puerta, not being able to imagine how someone could pass up the chance to blab with the terrifically interesting people who attend that spa. (more…)

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