‘Mindful Eating’

Holiday Musings: Learning from Overindulgence

By Beth Turchi

Beth is back with a story that many of us might relate to, especially during this time of year. I got drunk. Not “slightly inebriated” or “in my cups” but “three sheets to the wind”.  Well, maybe only two but I was certainly feeling no pain. Last Tuesday night I hosted (thank goodness, no drinking and driving) the annual Christmas […] Read more »

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A Young Women’s Emotional Eating and Healthy Weight Retreat

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Do you know a young woman aged 18-25 who feels like this? We see them frequently at Green Mountain. They’re overwhelmed with life, often caught in transition from teenage high school years to college, or looking at completing college soon and have no idea what to do with their lives. Combine that with worry over eating, weight, body image — […] Read more »

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To Our U.S. Friends: Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

      To all our friends in the U.S., have a wonderful day. If you feel conflicted at all about Thanksgiving Day meals, check out our post on Thanksgivings past and present, to see how mindful eating can help you truly enjoy the pleasures of the day.  

If you could change one thing about your body, what would it be?

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

Today’s post introduces our new Nutrition Leader, June Lupiani, RD. June comes to Green Mountain with a deep and compassionate understanding of the issues facing women in eating supportively. And extensive experience in how to help them overcome those issues. She shares some of the basics in this post. Loaded question, I know.  So before you dig too deep, take a […] Read more »

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Emotional Eating: What Do Your Comfort Foods Do for YOU?

By Shiri Macri, MA, LCMHC

This post introduces our new behavior leader at Green Mountain: Shiri Macri, MA, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor. We’re thrilled to have her join us and, with this post, you can see why. Comfort Foods, Stress and Emotional Eating A bowl of mashed potatoes, homemade mac-n-cheese, warm apple pie…these images may elicit a smile and sense of calm for you. Often […] Read more »

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