‘Healthy Eating’

Calorie Counting on Menus: Are we headed in the right direction?

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

FDA: Some Restaurants Must List Calories On Menus Last Tuesday I began my morning with my typical commute to work…heading down the road with the heat on, coffee mug in hand, listening to NPR Morning Edition when Allison Aubrey informed me that today The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will release new rules that will require restaurants with 20 or more locations […] Read more »

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Could Achieving a Healthy Weight Be That Simple?

By Beth Turchi

Beth is back this week with more adventures in normal eating. Or at least the journey towards normal eating. She shares a big discovery about the process of change. For our part, we’re so happy she’s found such a tremendous source of support for continuing on her path towards freedom with food and weight. My Insightful Lunch With A Mindful Eater […] Read more »

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Are You a Night Eater or a Binge Eater?

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

It’s 9 pm and once again, Jerri has found herself standing in front of the refrigerator, searching for something to satisfy. It’s a pattern she knows all too well. Just about every night, even when she eats a substantial dinner, she starts thinking about food halfway through the evening. And then the night eating starts…and doesn’t stop until she’s asleep. Even […] Read more »

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How I Managed to Eat Healthy During The Holidays

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

When I used to struggle with eating and my weight, the holidays were a tough time. (Well, they’re not always easy now, but eating and weight struggles have nothing to do with that!) How I Used To ‘Prepare’ Myself For Holiday Parties I love parties, but ahead of time, I’d set myself up for problems by restricting food and focusing […] Read more »

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