‘Nutrition & Eating’

Easy Recipes to Feel Good: Carrot Ginger Dressing

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

Easy Recipes to Feel Good is a monthly recipe post for our readers and past participants who recognize the payoff of eating foods that support us, but also have more on their schedule than cooking food. This month we’re serving up Carrot Ginger Dressing. It’s a favorite around here and it’s a great alternative to our typical go-to dressings! Now […] Read more »

Easy Recipes To Feel Good Carrot Ginger Dressing

Outsmarting Overeating: A Guide to Life Skills That Help End Disordered Eating [Book Review]

By Shiri Macri, MA, LCMHC

In her book Outsmarting Overeating, Karen Koenig offers strategic methods for improving the areas of our lives that are often contributing factors to eating struggles. The main premise is this: Food is not the problem, but rather that we’re going to food for comfort, for companionship, or to ‘solve’ our problems, for example. By improving various life skills, these root […] Read more »

Outsmarting Overeating: A Guide to Life Skills That Help End Disordered Eating

YES I Want the Bun! (Why Carbs Aren’t Your Enemy)

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

Happy (belated) Fourth of July, folks! There’s no need to feel guilty over your decision to elect to eat the bun on your burger this weekend. Here’s why. Do You Want A Bun With Your Burger? A backyard barbeque is as Americana as folk music, and the icon that represents the barbeque best is none other than the burger. On […] Read more »

Yes I Want The Bun! Why Carbs Aren't Your Enemy

Easy Recipes to Feel Good: July 4th Weekend

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

Easy Recipes to Feel Good is a monthly recipe post for our readers and past participants who recognize the payoff of eating foods that support us, but also have more on their schedule than cooking food. Celebrate this July 4th in style with these healthy and delicious recipe favorites – great for parties, barbecues & grilling events! Green Mountain Berry […] Read more »

Fourth of July Recipes

5 Nutrition Myths DEBUNKED! (Round 1)

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

A typical day here at Green Mountain includes an hour or 2 of nutrition class where women come together and we discuss topics centered on food. We cover lots of ground. Topics like our gut health, food addiction, menopause, PCOS, metabolism, and how to feed ourselves and feed our families. With these discussions lots of questions come up around things […] Read more »

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