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Healthy Diet Bea Slow-Eating Anti-Gulping Pet Food Bowl (for Dogs & Cats) – Color: Orange, Size: Small

Healthy Diet Bea Slow-Eating Anti-Gulping Pet Food Bowl (for Dogs & Cats) – Color: Orange, Size: Small

Healthy Diet Bea Slow-Eating Anti-Gulping Pet Food Bowl (for Dogs & Cats) - Color: Orange, Size: Small

  • Please note that this listing is for the SMALL size bowl – 4 inches diameter and 1.8 inches height. It’s best for small size dogs and toy breeds like Yorkshire Terrier, Chihuahua, Maltese and Papillon, etc.
  • The Healthy Diet Slow Eating Dog Bowl’s unique revolutionary design is a result of deep thought and research. The design was borne out of the observation of dogs gobbling up their food every time as if they came right out of a famine. This ‘vacuuming’ of food may result in a myriad of physical and behavioral problems including overeating, vomiting and coprophagy.
  • The design in the center of the bowl has 3 apexes, which serve as an obstruction to deter your dog from making a clean sweep of the food. The same obstruction also makes it more difficult for dogs to get their muzzles near enough to the base of the bowl, and thus preventing them from “inhaling” their food.
  • Even your dog doesn’t eat fast, The Healthy Diet Slow Eating Dog Bowl can be used as a regular bowl. In fact, the bowl may aid/enhance your dog’s body’s ability to assimilate the nutrients from his food. 
  • NON-SLIP: The Healthy Diet Slow Eating Dog Bowl has non-slip pad around the edge of the bowl. Spare your dog the indignity of having his bowl move from end to end when he eats. With its weight and around-the-edge non-slip pad, your dog can feed comfortably.

Many dogs have an unhealthy habit of eating too fast. They love to lap up all the food in a swift, sweeping motion and gobble down or “inhale” their food like a vacuum cleaner. This way, they end up swallowing everything without much chewing, thus leading to indigestion. The Healthy Diet Slow Eating Dog Bowl solves the following problems.

“My dog is overweight” – Slower eating makes your dog feel full faster, thus avoiding instances of re-eating. As a result this bowl can also be a useful weight management tool.

“My dog vomits after eating” – Dogs that eat too fast may regurgitate as a result. By slowing down the dog’s eating process to a healthy and moderate pace, this problem can be eradicated.

“My dog eats his poop” – Through moderating your dog’s eating pace, the bowl prevents coprophagy. Coprophagy (the act of feeding on excretion) has many possible causes. Poor digestion due to fast eating may in turn result in poor nutrient absorption. Instinctively, dogs may then try to reprocess it by eating up his nutrient rich poop. However owners who have this problem should consult a professional to rule out coprophagy as a behavioral problem.

MAKE THE SWITCH: If your dog has problems switching over from his existing feeding bowl, we suggest adding bits of his favorite treats into the food to encourage him to eat from the new bowl. Once your dog is used to eating from his new bowl, you can resume his normal diet and leave the treats out gradually.

Complimentary Gift: Product comes with Zip-lock Travel Bag for easy storage.

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The Kaizen Plan for Healthy Eating: Take Control of Your Diet 10 Minutes at a Time (The Kaizen Plan Series)

The Kaizen Plan for Healthy Eating: Take Control of Your Diet 10 Minutes at a Time (The Kaizen Plan Series)

The Kaizen Plan for Healthy Eating: Take Control of Your Diet 10 Minutes at a Time (The Kaizen Plan Series)

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be hard! The Kaizen Plan for Healthy Eating starts with the foods you’re already eating and shows you how to make small, simple adjustments to your diet in just a few minutes a day.

The 26 steps of this program include mental techniques for building willpower and staying motivated, behavioral techniques that make eating healthy easier, and lots of ways to eat healthy without sacrificing flavor.

Includes:

* The simple technique that makes the food you’re already eating more nutritious, and can reduce how many calories you eat by up to 10%

* Tricks for sneaking more fruits and vegetables into your diet

* How to train your taste buds to like healthy foods

* Suggestions for treating your vegephobia

* How your cell phone can make you a healthier eater

No radical changes, no throwing away half the food in your cupboards, no sugar withdrawal. You’ll create a flexible, personalized plan that gently eases you into better eating habits.

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Never Say Die-t ! How to Slim Down, Eat Well and Maintain a Healthy Weight Forever

Never Say Die-t ! How to Slim Down, Eat Well and Maintain a Healthy Weight Forever

Never Say Die-t ! How to Slim Down, Eat Well and Maintain a Healthy Weight Forever

Never Say Die-t is a personal journey from life as a serial dieter to a healthier and happier life beyond the struggle and constant failure of dieting. The author lost 30 pounds and has kept it off for over 20 years. In this book she discusses her methods, her mindset and how you can benefit from her experiences and learn how to slim down, eat well and maintain a healthy weight forever without ever dieting again.

In this book you will learn how to achieve a healthy weight while eating better than you ever have before. In addition, you will l feel great, have more energy, look better and be healthier!

Also included are the author’s basic guidelines for wellness and some great recipes. Added bonuses are a healthy foods shopping list, pantry essentials, kitchen essentials , useful resources and more.

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Coping With Stress

Most of us struggle with stress on a far to often basis. In fact the American Institute of Stress believes about 50% of adults suffer from chronic stress and 75% or more report stress being a problematic issue in their life. These numbers are coping with stressstaggering and they are trending upwards. The negative affects of stress can be emotional, mental, and physical. Most individuals in this field would agree the physical affects of stress are by far the biggest concern. Physical signs of stress are extremely wide and varied; they can be nagging health issues, chronic conditions, and go as far as life debilitating or life ending. We in no way want to scare you as motivation to start coping with stress more, it is just a fact of chronic stress. Fear based motivation is never a good choice. Coping with stress takes patience and effort but it is a skill that can be accomplished by all.

How some are coping with stress

There is unfortunately many poor methods of coping with stress. Some that seem to work and others that are just plain self-destructive. Drinking and doing drugs is the most common. Although many would agree a couple drinks when while under stress can be helpful. This should be in combination with other methods as well finding stress reducers. Overdoing drugs and alcohol will not only lead to health issues but can really stunt and reverse true progress in coping with stress and with stress management. Other poor methods range from disconnecting from the world to self-deprecation to physical, mental, or emotional abuse towards another.

How we should be coping with stress

We should take the time to reflect and write down what we feel causes us stress. Really look at the list and think about why these things cause you stress. Are there things you can avoid? Are there things that shouldn’t be stressful? Analyzing what brings us stress is also very important. Techniques for coping with stress are wide and varied; each will work differently from person to person. When coping with stress we should look at what kind of stress it is. Is it chronic or acute? Are you in the moment of it or has it already happened? Is it mixed with other emotions and events?   Deep breathing, mediation, accepting what you cannot change, self-respect, proper sleeping, a good diet, and talking with others are all great methods of coping with stress or preventing stress from arising. Feel free to browse around to find more ways for coping with  stress and stress prevention techniques.

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