‘Healthy Living’

With Resolutions, Try Small and Mighty

By Lisa Claudia Briggs on 12/30/2013

Is bigger better? Great big resolutions, long lists of intentions, sweeping goals make us feel good. The bigger and more ambitious, the better. The more intense the cleanse or detox the more virtuous and excited we feel. In the moment. There’s something a little sexy, maybe a bit daring about imagining taking such a big leap. We’ve all done it, […] Read more »

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Holiday Eating: Healthy, Spelled F-U-N

By Marsha Hudnall on 11/03/2013

How We Define Healthy Holidays If we use the typical definition of healthy, putting the words “healthy” and “holidays” together doesn’t seem to bode well for a festive season. Fortunately, we use a different definition at Green Mountain! It’s spelled F-U-N and stands for: F – Fully participating in life without worries about body size. U – Using our internal cues to […] Read more »

Ask First Lady Michelle Obama Not to Appear on The Biggest Loser

By Marsha Hudnall on 10/26/2013

That is, ask her not to do it again.  Yes, she’s already appeared on The Biggest Loser (TBL) once.  And is scheduled to do so again in November.  Here’s why the Binge Eating Disorder Association and BingeBehavior.com have mounted a campaign to ask Mrs. Obama to rethink this bad idea. The approach promoted by The Biggest Loser causes people to […] Read more »

Healthy Headlines: What’s The News That’s Fit to Print?

By Cindy Bishop on 10/25/2013

I’m not sure if the trend is really all that new… news organizations feeling they have to entertain to be newsy, but is it necessary to smack us over the head with shocking (and schlocky) proclamations just to get our attention? Especially when it comes to health-related studies and findings? There must be quantifiable data which supports the idea that consumers are more than willing […] Read more »

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