‘Nutrition & Eating’

Eating and Exercise During Family Vacations

By Beth Turchi

Beth was recently off on another vacation. And again learned something new about her eating. Which serves well to illustrate that becoming a mindful, intuitive, healthy eater is a journey. Or maybe a better description is an adventure — that fits right in to having fun with eating, especially on vacation. The good news is, that’s a key part of […] Read more »

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Webinar – Eating, Emotions & Exercise: The New Science of Healthy Weights

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

Here at Green Mountain we understand that our approach to healthy weights and well-being is radically different than most others out there. Our difference lies in our process Unlike other approaches, we don’t invest solely in the endpoint. We begin with the present moment and all that it has to offer, because that’s the place from which we can move forward. […] Read more »

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How to Make Healthy Eating Happen

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Move Away From Old Notions Of Healthy Eating I think most of us want to eat healthy. We hear plenty about its importance to achieving and maintaining health and healthy weights. But actually doing it escapes a lot of folks. Why? I believe it has to do with their definition of healthy eating. If you’re like many of the women who come […] Read more »

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The Binge Eating Diaries: Before There Were Calories

By Jacki Monaco

As a child, calories didn’t exist. Food was exactly what it was supposed to be – delicious and nutritious. As a child, eating was fun. It was an activity. Treats were treats. My mom tricked me into thinking that apples and watermelon were candy. And my taste buds believed the lie… with pleasure. As a child, as long as my […] Read more »

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Mindful Eating and The Process of Learning How to Feed Myself

By Beth Turchi

Beth continues her cha-cha but then takes a giant leap forward. One step forward, two steps back?  Or is it two steps forward and one step back? If I find the learning in a “step back”, then it’s actually a step forward. Okay, no more “who’s on first” babble – here’s what I’m referring to. I Thought I’d Get Back […] Read more »

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