Over the past four decades, Green Mountain at Fox Run has helped thousands of women end weight loss struggles with eating, exercise and body image, make long-term healthy lifestyle changes and lose weight permanently. This weight loss blog helps women navigate these changes.

Beyond the Scale: What Does Feeling Better Weigh?

By on 11/26/2014

Beth is back with a new and big realization that is taking her much further than a scale could ever measure. Healthy Eating and Exercise It seems so simple, right? Eat healthy food in a mindful way and exercise. That’s it. How hard is that? I mean, I’ve always eaten pretty good food and I exercised sometimes and didn’t always […] Read more »

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If you could change one thing about your body, what would it be?

By on 11/25/2014

Today’s post introduces our new Nutrition Leader, June Lupiani, RD. June comes to Green Mountain with a deep and compassionate understanding of the issues facing women in eating supportively. And extensive experience in how to help them overcome those issues. She shares some of the basics in this post. Loaded question, I know.  So before you dig too deep, take a […] Read more »

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The Binge Eating Diaries: The Weight of It All

By on 11/20/2014

Jacki is back with another insightful look at how she’s working through one of the issues that was at the root of her binge eating to begin with. I hate going to the doctor’s office for a number of reasons. My overpriced health insurance only allows me three “affordable” visits per year, so each time I feel like I’m getting […] Read more »

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Emotional Eating: What Do Your Comfort Foods Do for YOU?

By on 11/19/2014

This post introduces our new behavior leader at Green Mountain: Shiri Macri, MA, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor. We’re thrilled to have her join us and, with this post, you can see why. Comfort Foods, Stress and Emotional Eating A bowl of mashed potatoes, homemade mac-n-cheese, warm apple pie…these images may elicit a smile and sense of calm for you. Often […] Read more »

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