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Glycemic Index

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Metabolic type self test

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Depression test

Depression testZung depression self assessment test , based on the Zung Self-Rating Scale, is a widely used depression screening tool that is recognized by physicians worldwide. Although designed as a screening tool, this depression test has been adapted to track also your score over time.

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08 January 2009

I am not bound by stress

I am not bound by stress

I am able to free myself from stress. I am able to inhale deeply, relax, and let go of the stress in my life. Doing this makes it so my stress does not control me. When I am in control of the stress in my life, I am able to deal with it in a healthy manner.

Stress is inevitable in my life. The key is to not let it take over my life or control me. When I let stress weigh me down, it has an impact on all the areas of my life. Learning and using proper stress management skills is a good way not to get bound by my stress.

Dealing with my stress in a positive way gives me power over it. I have power over my stress and I am able to let it go. I am able to meditate, listen to positive music, take a hot bath or shower, go for a walk, watch television, exercise, or use any other techniques to positively deal with the stress in my life so it does not attach itself to me. These tools help me to relax and effectively alleviate stressors.

Today I am not being bound to my stressors. I have successfully rid myself of stress for the time being and I can avoid dwelling on stressors when they are present in my life. As a result, my focus is on the positive things in my life and not the stress.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1.    In what ways does stress bind itself to me?
2.    How does being free from negative stress help me?
3.    What are some good ways to deal with stress?
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In Section: Personal reflection - This article belongs to category: Exercises

I am a problem solver

I find solutions to whatever predicament comes my way.

I love the challenge of solving a problem! I use my creativity and my ingenuity to look a problem in the eye until I come up with a solution. I take my time to discover all angles, then I apply different ideas until the solution comes to me.

When I solve one problem, I gain more confidence in my problem-solving abilities.

I am able to feel confident because I do not hold preconceived expectations of myself or my dilemma. Instead, I fully embrace the situation at hand.

I am able to look at a problem, mull it over in my head for a while, and apply different solutions until it is solved.

It is not a part of my thought process that I will be unable to solve a problem. With persistence and careful thought I can solve anything that comes my way.

Today I will look a problem over and I will use my intelligence, creativity, and determination to find a solution. I enjoy solving problems – it challenges me and gives me great confidence.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1.    How do I look at a problem that needs to be solved?
2.    What process do I take to solve a problem?
3.    How do I feel when I have solved a rather complex problem?


Mind quotes

Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in getting up every time we do.



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Nutritional content tables

Nutritional content tables    Find out how much calories, protein, carbs, cholesterol, vitamins and minerals your food contains.

Nutritional calculators

Nutritional calculators          How much food you need? What is your Body Mass Index (BMI), Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and Body fat.

Depression test

Zung depression self test.         If you want to self assess your mood and you suspect you may be depressed take this test.

Glycemic index and load

Glycemic index and load table.           For both glycemic index and glycemic load the lower the better.

Metabolic type self test

Metabolic type self test Proteins, carbohydrates, or both?        What is good for you?