We are very proud to announce that Craving Change® has recently been added to the PEN program as a recommended Professional Tool and Resource. PEN:Practice-based Evidence in Nutrition is described as a dynamic knowledge translation subscription service developed by Dietitians of Canada with input from thought leaders in dietetic practice, knowledge translation and technology. The PEN service is a highly regarded global resource for nutrition practice. … [Read more...] about Distinctive Recommendation
Attention Certified Facilitators - check out the May 2015 additions to the Resource Library. Use the humorous scenario described in the Tips and Updates section entitled, 'There's a Mouse in My Mousse!' to demonstrate the powerful influence our thoughts have on our actions. New Client Worksheets focus on the concept of distraction. The 'Distraction-free Diet' points out the negative consequences of distracted eating and issues a challenge to clients. The two-part worksheet, 'Redirect Your … [Read more...] about There’s a Mouse in my Mousse!
Colleen recently gave a presentation on Craving Change Inc. at the FOCUS Partner Dinner at the 2015 Canadian Obesity Summit. The objective of the Fund for Obesity Collaboration and Unified Strategies (FOCUS) is to leverage resources and expertise from Canadian leaders in research, business and the public sector to fund meaningful research, education and outreach initiatives to fill in knowledge gaps in the area of obesity. Craving Change Inc. is a FOCUS partner. For more information on FOCUS, go … [Read more...] about Craving Change Inc. – A FOCUS Partner
Two sites using Craving Change® recently shared their outcome data with us. An urban Primary Care Team in Alberta (N = 197), and a Family Health Team in Ontario (N = 52, who collected outcome data at both an urban and rural site). We are very grateful for their generosity and applaud their hard work - the challenges of collecting data in clinical settings are well-documented. Click to download a summary document outcome data June 2015. As in the 2010 Eating Behaviors von Ranson et al … [Read more...] about Outcome data update!
The Ontario Nutrition Resource Centre recently released the major document, "Guidelines for Implementing Promising Practices in Diabetes Prevention" and Craving Change® was specifically listed. Diet modification is a cornerstone in diabetes management and the Craving Change® program supports eating behaviour change. … [Read more...] about Promising Practice in Diabetes Prevention
Colleen is attending the Canadian Obesity Summit this week in Toronto - April 28 to May 2. Craving Change Inc. is proud to be a long-time, official 'supporter' of the Canadian Obesity Network. Craving Change® has filled in the 'cognitive' piece of the obesity management puzzle for thousands of Canadian clinicians and for numerous organizations. Make sure and introduce yourself to Colleen if you see her at the conference! … [Read more...] about Colleen at CON Summit
A recent episode of the sitcom, "Mike & Molly" called "No Pie Zone" demonstrates a number of the issues discussed in the Craving Change® program. Mike has been working hard and has lost weight and now he succumbs to a high fat dessert due to persuasion by a waiter. When Mike regains some weight, he is thrown off track and uses a few typical, ineffective strategies to lose the extra pounds while he berates himself. He realizes later that he used food as a reward. He also begins to … [Read more...] about Sitcom Demonstrates Craving Change
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