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Category Archives: Health

Celebration Health and Wellness

This is a copy of a facebook post on my private page – to document parts of my healing and recovery journey from life long food addiction and major depression: Celebration Health and Wellness Anne Wing June 10 at 3:28pm RE my Weight Loss Journey – the original reason for this page 🙂 UPDATE – …

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Why I Must Keep on Writing (blogging)

Haven’t written a blog page in a while. Read an inspiring blog piece today by a young male Aussie writer that was passed on to me by another blogger. I decided I need to put more effort into writing – even consider – gleeps – perhaps some kind of regular commitment to my writing. Thank …

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Loneliness and Acceptance

      Loneliness is something I have struggled and suffered with most of my life. The first time I remember feeling that deep empty place in my middle I was in high school. I used to love to walk facing into the wind. Something about the wind blowing on me and into my face …

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Food Addiction and WLS

Good Monday Morning, Blog Readers, Food Addiction and Weight Loss Surgery – I had WLS – VSG – vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy “sleeve” on June 13, 2013 and though it isn’t easy i would do it again in a heartbeat! ) Another summer weekend passed and we are expected to have a week of sunny 70s …

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My Relapse Post Weight Loss Surgery

My Response to “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”  by Joe Cross and with Phil. This film prompted me to get in touch with the facts of my relapse and my willingness to intervene now before any more time goes by. I was quite impressed with Joe Cross’s story but to be completely honest I can’t …

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Juicing To Improve My Health

Anne and Rusty

Okay, so I know juicing helps with health improvement. In 1995 when I was first time diagnosed with Breast Cancer I made the decision to add fresh juices to my intake – vegetable juices with an occasional apple but no other fruits – also sometimes with a bit of fresh ginger, fresh garlic and fresh …

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Living with Dysthymic Disorder and Major Depession

Anne and Rusty

What is Dysthymic Disorder?  http://www.everydayhealth.com/health-report/major-depression/understanding-dysthymia.aspx My Personal Experience of Dysthymia The first time I was hospitalized in a Psychiatric Hospital in 1988 I was diagnosed with Dysthymic Disorder and Bulimia (Translation – Ox Eating), now my type of Bulimia would be called Binge Eating Disorder, for which there is finally an actual diagnosis in the …

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From “How I Eat at Two Years Post-Op” re VSG Weight Loss Surgery

My personal comments on a blog page titled  “How I Eat at Two Years Post-Op” re VSG  – Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy http://www.bariatric-surgery-source.com/how-i-eat-at-two-years-post-op-vertical-sleeve-gastrectomy.html#comments Please see the above link for the original post and the comments that followed. from the Web Site   http://www.bariatric-surgery-source.com/ As an update on my progress here are two comments I posted: from Nov. …

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Weight Loss as Life Long Activity and Looking for Satisfying Substitutes for Comfort Foods

As a younger woman from teens into fifties I considered my overweight to be a temporary situation, easily corrected if I would only have more willpower, and I expected to become a “normal” weight and to stay that weight after once successfully reaching my goal of 150 lbs – a goal set by a pediatrician …

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“SEAGULLS” are Sooooo Pretty! or “Ewwwww”!

GULL in Flight from U-Tube I’d love to have a dollar for every time a person, visitor or local, has said this to me about gulls! I never agree BUT I always get to tell my story – the same story I’m about to tell you. Did you watch the above U-Tube video? Did you …

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