‘Healthy Eating’

Wow! You’ve Lost Weight!

By Beth Turchi on 10/16/2014

“Wow!  You’ve lost weight!”  I was sitting at the Ford agency waiting for a repair on my car.  A salesman walking by recognized one of his customers, stepped into the waiting room and blurted out the observation. Have You Ever Commented On Someone’s Weight Loss? Before my stay at Green Mountain, I would have quickly figured out a way to tactfully ask […] Read more »

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Is Bread Really Fattening?

By Marsha Hudnall on 10/01/2014

First, let me say that I really hate the term fattening when it is used in conjunction with food. At Green Mountain, we’ve long said — and others agree — that food often isn’t the real reason for struggles around weight. It’s feelings that send us to food to cope, and a lack of other ways to cope, that truly […] Read more »

The Binge Eating Diaries: Enough Already!

By Jacki Monaco on 09/25/2014

Changing My Relationship With Food — And Myself – Takes A Lot Of Energy When I think about my ever-evolving relationship with food, my body, my weight, and my binging – I instantly feel like I need a nap. I’ve been scrutinizing my eating habits and my reflection since before puberty. I’m exhausted. Who knew that one of the very few things […] Read more »

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Take Weight Stigma Off Your Plate to Really Eat Healthy

By Marsha Hudnall on 09/24/2014

It’s Weight Stigma Awareness Week 2014 Do you know what you’re thinking about your body? If you’re a woman who has struggled with your weight, there’s a good chance you’re not thinking too positively about it. And as Dr. Kari Anderson, our binge eating specialist at Green Mountain and leader of our new Pathway℠ program for binge eaters, would say, “Of course you […] Read more »

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