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Make Your Own Salad Dressing – It’s All About the Oils

By Guest Blogger on 07/17/2013

Making Your Own Salad Dressing, Part 1 Varying Your Oils & The Basic Dressing Formula Guest Post by Janet Zimmerman, RD, Green Mountain Nutrition Intern  Do you ever make your own salad dressing? No doubt, olive oil is a go-to ingredient. Olive oil and canola oil are both great options for making salad dressings. They are heart healthy because they […] Read more »

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Guest Post: Relaxing into Life and Your Healthy Weight

By Guest Blogger on 07/16/2013

We are pleased to feature a guest post by founder of the Institute for Psychology of Eating, Marc David. Join the first global online Eating Psychology Conference Aug. 5-9 to hear Marc David interview Green Mountain co-owner and president, Marsha Hudnall, MS, RD on why dieting doesn’t work. Other featured interviews include Geneen Roth, Linda Bacon, Dr. Mark Hyman, and […] Read more »

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Why I Choose A Word Of The Year

By Guest Blogger on 04/25/2013

Today’s post is by Karen C.L. Anderson. “Intention, even in the form of a single word, is unfathomably powerful. Resolutions are fine, but they are often motivated by ‘shoulds.’ A word, however, contains energy, images and meaning. These are things our hearts and souls get excited about. And this is how transformation begins. Rarely does deep transformation happen because of […] Read more »

Q&A Part II: Making Peace with Food and Eating

By Guest Blogger on 03/18/2013

Last week, we reposted an article about women who make peace with eating and food by Lisa Claudia Briggs. In Lisa’s practice, she sees two eating styles that women take on when they get to a better place with food and their bodies: those who treasure simplicity and practicality, and those who evolve into so-called foodies. Today we conclude our […] Read more »

Q&A: Making Peace with Food and Eating

By Guest Blogger on 03/15/2013

Yesterday, we reposted an article about women who make peace with eating and food by Lisa Claudia Briggs. In Lisa’s practice, she sees two eating styles that women take on when they get to a better place with food and their bodies: those who treasure simplicity and practicality, and those who evolve into so-called foodies. Today we are discussing the […] Read more »

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