May 29 2015

Bring mindfulness to your weight-loss efforts

Do you have a love-hate relationship with your body image? Do you “live to eat” rather than “eat to live”? Are you disgusted with your lack of willpower to avoid the foods you know will put on the weight, mess with your energy levels and provide less than optimal nutrition?

Are you pretty certain you’ll run for the hills if one more television personality, news article or exercise guru tells you that “all you have to do” to lose weight is exercise more and consume fewer calories?

As if you didn’t already know that. As if you hadn’t already lost weight doing that – and gained it back again.

If you feel that you’re at the end of your rope, maybe you need to retool what you know about dieting and weight loss.

Maybe you need to completely change the way you think about food.

Getting your ‘inner decider’ to cooperate

Getting a grip on your weight is a matter of two things: knowing what to eat and choosing what to put in your mouth.

Weight Loss Dr. Rosenberg

Most of us know what we should be eating, and that generally doesn’t change no matter how heavy or skinny we are: lean meats and fish and vegetable protein, deeply colored vegetables, fruits, grains in their least processed form, moderate amounts of healthy fats. And we know what we should be avoiding: processed foods with long lists of unpronounceable ingredients and almost all but the most unprocessed of sugars (and even those in limited quantities).

It’s the choosing part that trips us up. Are you going to walk away from that tray of cookies in the break room when the 2-hour meeting made you miss lunch and you’re on the verge of the shakes from low blood sugar? Not likely. Or say “no, thanks” to those incredible craft beers when the guys offer to take you out on your birthday? No way!

Mindfulness and self-awareness

No matter how much you want to lose weight, first you have to examine just how your relationship with food traps you into picking the wrong path to comfort and reward – and then zings you with guilt and self-recrimination.

And that means education and awareness: learning what is in the food in front of you and staying mindful of how eating it will impact your goal weight.

QuititNow Weight Loss

Through careful research of diets, trends and how our bodies utilize food, as well as his work with hundreds of patients over the years, Dr. Steven Rosenberg discovered a simple foolproof formula for achieving and maintaining an ideal weight while living a healthy, happy, low-stress life. He calls it “the 15/150 Secret.”

15/150 Secret to Simple Dieting

Dr. Rosenberg’s formula combines mindfulness – assisted by easy self- or professional hypnosis – and gradually adopting a daily practice of eating 15 grams of fat and 150 grams of carbohydrates from healthy sources. No rigid rules, no tedious counting of points or calories, no regimented meals or special foods to eat or always shun, no strict exercise requirement.

He and Bobbie Freiberg, a patient who used his formula successfully, even wrote an easy-to-read book about it: The 15/150 Secret to Simple Dieting includes a guided meditation, an entire section describing Bobbie’s experience and dozens of recipes. You can order your copy online and even download it to your e-reader.

If you want to learn more about Dr. Rosenberg’s 15/150 secret, go to the book’s website: The 15/150 Secret to Simple Dieting. He and his associate, hypnotist Cindy Reese – who lost 50 pounds on the 15/150 plan – can answer all your questions. You can reach them here and at the website, Quit It Now.

Jul 3 2013

Finally Shed those extra pounds with Dr. Rosenberg’s new center Philly Weight Loss Solutions!

Dr. Rosenberg, has over 30 years of experience helping people lose weight and to quit smoking. Now Dr. Rosenberg is taking his experience and applying it to his brand new weight loss center in Elkins Park, PA, Philly Weight Loss Solutions.

Just in time for summer, Philly Weight Loss Solutions is for anyone that has ever tried losing weight and hasn’t found success with other programs. Finally, reach your weight loss goals! Due to Dr. Rosenberg’s philosophy that focuses solely on healthy weight loss methods, and helps to create healthy lifestyles for clients that do not include any surgery, injections or medications. Dr. Rosenberg and his staff provide patients with healthy meal plans, and tasty dietary foods. Philly Weight Loss Solutions provides each patient with a body analysis evaluation. This evaluation will help staff members select which diet method is right for each individual.

Philly Weight Loss Solutions will offer the latest in ketogenic diets. A Ketogenic Diet focuses on a low carb intake while increasing fat and protein. Its been proven to help  reduce and even ease symptoms of Epilepsy, Diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, and even Cancer.

Philly Weight Loss Solutions offers a unique and essential element of the center, motivational guidance.  This motivational program is called “Super Mindfullness”. It is found nowhere else in the country. Trained with this technique to boost motivation and help people stick with the plan, experienced staff members will provide clients with personalized assistance. Each person will have a dietary path tailored specifically for the them and their background. This process will highly increase results. “Philly Weight Loss Solutions is the place to lose weight. Anyone can do it with our guidance and expertise in weight loss. “Today should be the last time you fear stepping on the scale,” says Rosenberg.

Dr. Steven Rosenberg, who is most recognized as the former Philadelphia Flyers team therapist, has helped thousands of people make better lifestyle choices and have improved self esteem. In addition to weight loss, his hypnotisms help people get over many fears, phobias and anxieties. He also is very popular for his work with helping people quit smoking forever. His goal is to improve the quality of life for as many people as possible, boasting that one can achieve anything that they desire to with the right guidance.

For more information, or to make an appointment at Philly Weight Loss Solutions, please call 215.782.8414 or visit

8080 Old York Road #206

Elkins Park, PA. 19027

Phone: 215.782.8414

Fax: 215.782.8801


Jun 24 2013

Have an exercise problem? Solve it!

Stop trying to convince yourself not to exercise! Whether it is that we are too tired or we do not have time, people are always trying to find an excuse to not exercise. This summer, make a change!  Here PBS along with Next Avenue suggests what to do when hectic schedules, aches and missed meals threaten to disrupt your exercise routine.

1. You are about to work out when you realize that you haven’t eaten all day. Should you not work out?

No excuse! Just have a quick snack and go work out! Amy Goodson, a board-certified specialist in sport dietetics, suggests having a quick snack (but making sure it’s the right one). Your goal is to consume enough carbohydrates to sustain energy and enough protein to maintain blood sugar levels. Here are some good options:

  • 1 slice of whole wheat bread with 1 tablespoon of peanut butter
  • 1 banana or apple with 1 tablespoon of peanut butter
  • 15 whole-grain crackers and 1 string of cheese
  • A whole grain granola bar, plus 10 to 15 almonds

2.  Your heart-rate monitor shows up higher-than-normal during your work out. You should just stop. Right?

It depends. An elevated heart rate can occur for a variety of reasons, says exercise physiologist Irv Rubenstein. Dehydration, overtraining, a medical condition affecting the heart rhythm, certain prescription drugs or stresses completely unrelated to your work out can produce a spike. What should be done depends on the cause of the spike. Emotional stress should never be a reason to stop working out.  In fact, emotional stress should be a reason to continue working out because exercising helps relieve stress. Dehydration can be resolved by cooling down for 10 minutes and drinking a cup or two of water and then going back to the work out.

Irv Rubenstein says that if the heart rate stays elevated for an unusually long period of time and you can feel the pounding in your chest, stop immediately and call your physician. If you are experiencing alarming symptoms like excessive sweating or tightness in the chest, jaw or arm, get to the emergency room as soon as possible.

3.  Your knee starts to twinge during your exercise routine. It’s not preventing you from exercising but should cut your routine short. Or should you?
Just listen to your body. You should be familiarized with the normal strain of a work out. However, if you feel a sudden twinge in the knee, take it as a signal that something may not be right. You should not stop your work out, but be aware of the twinge. When the feeling is accompanied by a sense of the knee “giving out”, locking or slipping or you experience a loss of balance, which suggests a more worrisome issue. Do not ignore it. Try switching to exercises that work different muscle groups. If it continues, make an appointment with a sports doctor.

4.  You are out of water part way through a planned 60-minute-plus jog or speed walk. Should you turn around and go back?

Jogging in hot, humid weather without water is never a good idea. You should turn around and go get some water for your exercise.  The National Strength and Conditioning Association recommends drinking 16 ounces (2 cups) of a cool beverage 2 hours prior to exercising in a hot environment, and drinking six-to-eight ounces of fluid every 15 minutes during such workouts.

5.  You have only an hour in your schedule to exercise and you’re already a half-hour behind. Should you even bother?

A half-hour is better than not working out at all! Five half-hour workouts in a week are more beneficial than two sessions of an hour or more of exercising.

Quit your whining and go work out! For more exercise suggestions, read more from Next Avenue.

Mar 8 2013

Crust-less Pumpkin Pie

Let’s be honest, for most of us, the best part of any meal is what comes afterward. Dessert. It’s no surprise that part can also be the most fattening and unhealthy for you – until now. With the 15-150 Secret to Simple Dieting book I co-wrote with Bobbie Freiberg, we teach you how to count what is going in and out of your body. Not only that, but you’ll lose weight just from doing that and all the food still tastes just as delicious as if it were made with fattening products. From the book, I’ve taken out one of my favorite recipes that won’t make you gain weight and only has one gram of fat! It’s so simple, it only consists of five ingredients that are easy to find at almost any super market location near you. Next time you are having a party or holiday gathering, definitely try this out for your guests! You can eat as much as you want and they’ll appreciate not having to feel so guilty going home with a full stomach!

Crust-less Pumpkin Pie
15 oz. canned pumpkin
½ cup egg whites or egg substitute
¾ cup sugar substitute
2 tbsp. ground cinnamon
2 tbsp. fat-free whipped cream

Preheat oven to 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Place all ingredients except whipped cream in a bowl and mix well with a spoon. Spray baking pan with spray oil, and place mixture in pan. Bake for approximately 25 minutes. Once cooled, let sit in refrigerator for two hours. Top and serve with fat-free whipped cream and a little more sprinkled cinnamon.

Servings: 8
Fat: 1 g
Carbs: 8g

Dec 21 2012

Eat Right During the Holiday

Holiday’s come with more than we can chew sometimes, with multiple dinner parties, drinks and desserts with loved ones. It seems that we enjoy an abundance of food from Thanksgiving all the way through the New Year where many of us make the Resolution to eat right, get fit and lose weight. It is funny how we go through the same motions year after year and can never seem to avoid weight gain and “shame” every holiday season. However the key to being healthy during the holiday isn’t necessarily starving ourselves at holiday meals; it is about controlling temptations of over-eating and regretting it in the days to come or under-eating and not enjoying the time with our family and friends because we are fearful of the fat that may come with the holiday. According to an article by California Pacific Medical Center some ways to enjoy the holiday meals without having any regrets is:

1. Be realistic and maintain your current weight
2. Plan time for exercise, it can help relieve the stress and pressures that come along with the holiday
3. Don’t skip meals; eat a light snack to curb your appetite so you don’t over indulge
4. Survey the buffet before you fill your plate; add plenty of veggies and your favorite foods
5. Eat until you are satisfied not stuffed, 6. Be careful with beverages, alcohol lowers inhibitions and induce over-eating yet non-alcoholic beverages are filled with calories and sugar
7. If you overeat at one meal go light on the next. It takes 500 calories per day (or 3,500 calories per week) above your normal/maintenance consumption to gain one pound. (It is impossible to gain weight from one piece of pie!)
8. Take the focus off food. Turn candy and cookie making time into non-edible projects like making wreaths, dough art decorations or a gingerbread house. Plan group activities with family and friends that isn’t all about food
9. Bring your own healthy dish to a holiday gathering
10. Practice Healthy Holiday Cooking by preparing favorite dishes lower in fat and calories will help promote healthy holiday eating.

If you follow simple steps like the ones listed above, you will have fewer regrets and more fun times with family and friends. Eating right this holiday season doesn’t mean giving up on or giving in to the food temptations that surround you. Be smart and be healthy and you will feel ten times better before, during, and after the meal and the holiday. Happy Holiday’s!

Warm Wishes,
Dr. Rosenberg

Dec 7 2012

New Year’s Resolutions…Make Ones that You Can Actually Keep!

During the New Year we make all sorts of resolutions and promises to family and friends. However, many of us fall short in keeping the resolution and achieving the goals we set for ourselves. According to, the percent of people who are successful in achieving their resolution(s) is 8%, while the percent of people who absolutely never make their New Year’s resolution(s) is 38%. The numbers speak for themselves, that very few are able to stick out their resolutions and actually achieve their goal, while more of us fall into the absolutely never achieve our goal category.

The success to achieving your goals is twofold: one, make ‘SMART’ Goals and two, use professional help. A ‘SMART’ Goal is Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Bound; also if you write down your goals they are more likely to be achieved. Second, when people consult with professionals who are knowledgeable in desired areas people can confidently believe and achieve whatever their heart desires. Say you want to lose weight in the New Year; some of us can write it down and try to change our eating habits, but if no one holds us accountable we tend to get tired of trying, or discouraged when we don’t see immediate results and we give up. Give up no more because here at we help you achieve your New Year’s Resolutions pertaining to health and wellness. Once you make your resolution ensure that you keep it by contacting for more information.

Warm Wishes,
Dr. Rosenberg

Oct 15 2012

Forever Young Health and Wellness

On October 21, 2012, Dr. Rosenberg will be guest speaking at the Forever Young Health and Wellness event. At Philadelphia’s first annual Forever Young Health and Wellness event you will learn to eat better, become more active, and make those positive lifestyle changes that will vastly improve your overall mental and physical well-being.

During the event you will have the opportunity to listen to experts from varying fields that focus on different aspects of one’s general health. The speakers will offer the best education on stress reduction, sleep, workplace success strategies, and much, much, more. Not only will you have the opportunity to listen to an array of amazing guest speakers, but you will be able to interact with them in person. It will be your chance to ask them for advice to help you gain greater intellectual, mental, and physical well-being. Take part in active living classes like zumba, and yoga, and learn how to introduce cardio and weights safely into your exercise routine. Visit the Healthy Living Book Shop, so you can find inspiration and information on subjects from acupuncture to zumba. Learn how to eat better by attending live cooking demonstrations and tastings. You will learn new nutritious, yet delicious recipes that will have you on your way to living a healthier lifestyle.

Get your tickets now for the Forever Young and Wellness Event on October 21st from 10am-5pm at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown, 17th and Vine Streets. Learn how to improve your overall mental and physical health by taking part in some amazing classes, activities, and getting expert advice. You’ll learn how one day can change your life!

Dr. Rosenberg.

Aug 24 2012


Have you ever wondered how ONE Day could change your life? Then join Forever Young+ on October 21st, 2012 from 10am-5pm Downtown Philadelphia Sheraton at 17th and Vine Street. Forever+ is bringing the message to adults to live healthier, happier, longer liver with an array of health and wellness information. All day Forever Young+ will be featuring amazing speakers lecturing on and sharing their experiences with the four pillars of health:

Physical: Keep your body in prime condition as you age. Learn that the latest information on physical fitness, disease management and optimal nutrition.

Emotional: Learn to manage stress and focus on building and maintaining great relationships, handling life’s inevitable challenges, and leading a productive fulfilling life.

Intellectual: Engage in lifelong learning, critical thinking, and expand your worldviews with new experiences and knowledge.

Spiritual: Seek meaning and purpose in human existence. Develop an appreciation for the depth and expanse of life.

ForeverYoung+ will be a great experience with a healthy atmosphere. It’ll be a good opportunity to learn more about yourself and become a healthier you. Make sure to get your tickets today!

Best Dr. Rosenberg.

Jul 27 2012

Flipping the Switch

In life negative thinking can keep us from accomplishing our goals, trying new things, and bettering ourselves. A negative thought process leads to doubts which turn into mental road blocks. Think back to any moment in your life in which negative thinking stopped you from trying something new, accomplishing a goal, or bettering yourself. Maybe you wanted to start exercising but quit because you felt embarrassed about how you looked or just simply got it in your head that it was too hard. Maybe you wanted to try something new like take a cooking, dance class, or try rocking climbing, but felt that you just were not good enough to do it. Maybe you tried bettering yourself by making an attempt at being more organized, tidier, and smiling more, but a low self-esteem kept all these positive things at bay.

If you can relate to any of the above thinking then hypnosis may be just the thing for you. You will find that hypnosis is the tool that will allow you to finally flip the switch and turn all those negative thoughts into positive ones , so the next time you find yourself in a position to try something new instead of saying I can’t you’ll say I can! The next time you take the initiative and get yourself started on a diet and exercise routine instead of worrying about what other people may think you will only be worried about the benefits of becoming healthier.

All in all hypnosis will finally be the tool that will help get you to the positive mental state you need and want to be at. You will find yourself more motivated, positive, and ambitious than ever before, and you just might find yourself accomplishing a few things that you never thought you could!

Good Luck and Best Wishes

Jul 13 2012

Get Rid of Stress

Are feeling stressed out at work? Do find yourself bringing it home? Well now is the time to quit that bad habit before it gets worse. If you find that work is bringing you down then find ways that will help relieve the stress. Here are a few tips.

1. Make sure to recognize when you have stress the key to avoiding stress is to make sure you stop it before it can begin!
2. On way to get rid of stress is exercise! Exercise is a great way to get the endorphins going and burn calories while literally working the stress out of your body! You’ll feel healthier, and better if make sure to get your heart rate up for at least 30 minutes a day!
3. Find a hobby! Hobbies are great way to take your mind off of work! It’ll allow you to express yourself differently than your 9-5 will allow. By participating in something that interests you, you will find that will feel better about yourself and in turn relieve some stress!
4. Make sure that you have good time management and organizational skill. Make a to do list and don’t set unrealistic goals for yourself.
5. Take more breaks from your work. It may sound like a bad work ethic, but if you feel yourself stressing out, than get away from your desk for 5 minutes here and there!

Dr. Rosenberg hopes that these tips will help you manage your stress, and it will help you be happier and more productive at Work.

Best Dr. Rosenberg