‘Food Cravings’

Responding to the Twinkie Apocalypse

By Robyn Priebe

“There’s a box of Twinkies in that grocery store. Not just any box of Twinkies, the last box of Twinkies that anyone will enjoy in the whole universe. Believe it or not, Twinkies have an expiration date. Some day very soon, life’s little Twinkie gauge is gonna go… empty.” – “Zombieland” Rumors abound that Twinkies may be no more, so what’s […] Read more »

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Thanksgivings Past & Future: A Mindful Eating Story

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Thanksgiving is definitely in the air.  Yesterday, Jacki shared awesome wishes/hopes/inspiration for those of us who struggle with the food abundance of this holiday.  I thought I would carry on with the theme with two short scenarios that might help you understand better how a mindful eater (aka intuitive eater) would enjoy Thanksgiving.  It’s a take-off on a class I […] Read more »

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Are You Addicted to Food? Maybe It Deserves a Second Look

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

I had the pleasure of attending the annual conference of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics this past week where, among other things, I took a workshop on food photography.  Now if I can only find the time to focus (bad pun intended) on that. But that’s not what I wanted to write about today. Rather, I wanted to share […] Read more »

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Back-to-School Lessons: Preventing Chaotic Eating

By Lisa Christie

If you haven’t noticed, school is back in session! Whether you are a brand new college student, a mother and “manager” of your own students, or you’re perhaps taking evening classes as you pursue a second degree, getting back in the school mindset and in a routine can take some time. While you adjust to the chaos, however, you can […] Read more »

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