‘Food Cravings’

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

By Marsha Hudnall on 10/12/2012

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 on 09/10/2012

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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It Happened This Week: Loving Veggies, Self-Love, and Vermont Covered Bridges

By Marsha Hudnall on 07/27/2012

Just in time for summer bounty, Rebecca Scritchfield, RD, tells us how to fall in love with veggies. One of my favorite tweets of the week from Marc David @psych_of_eating: “Nutrition facts are like #food. Choose wisely, ruminate over it slowly, & check to see that it’s fresh & not outdated.”  Read more here. Did you catch the research this […] Read more »

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Food Exposure and Cravings

By Robyn Priebe on 07/11/2012

Seeing food, smelling food, watching TV shows about food, talking about food, or just plain thinking about food are all various types of food exposure.  Food exposure is something we can’t avoid completely. However, a common result of frequent food exposure is frequent food cravings. If your environment is littered with food cues, our latest FitBriefing, What Your Food Cravings […] Read more »

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Stop Emotional Eating Even When the Sh#$%t is Hitting the Fan

By Darla Breckenridge on 07/09/2012

Negative self talk, body hate, and being overwhelmed are common feelings for women who use food to cope. Sometimes it’s hard to imagine that anything can change, that you can stop emotional eating, that you can change your eating patterns. We use food in so many different ways, but one we have been discussing at  Green Mountain at Fox Run […] Read more »

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