‘Nutrition & Eating’

Heavy Waiter Study Reveals Missing Piece in Mindless Eating Research

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

A recent study from the renowned Cornell mindless eating research lab suggests people of all sizes order more food when they’re served by larger-bodied waiters The study found people “who ordered their dinner from heavier wait staff are four times more likely to order dessert, and ordered 17% more alcohol”.  The researchers attributed this effect to the size of the […] Read more »

Heavy Waiter Study

Stress = Emotional Eating: The All-Too-Common Equation

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

This post is part of Healthy Weight Week. This week is meant to help change the conversation around weight during the third week in January. That’s when New Year diets, cleanses, and “new you” efforts start to fall by the wayside because they’re, well, impossible to sustain. Join us all week for a look at how you can put the […] Read more »

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Redefining Healthy Eating: It’s Not What You Think

By Dana Notte, MS, RD, CD

This post is part of Healthy Weight Week. This week is meant to help change the conversation around weight during the third week in January. That’s when New Year diets, cleanses, and “new you” efforts start to fall by the wayside because they’re, well, impossible to sustain. Join us all week for a look at how you can put the […] Read more »

Redefining Healthy Eating: It's Not What You Think

Healthy Weight Week 2016 Starts Monday – Get Involved!

By Taylor Downs

There’s something magical about the third week in January and – if you’ve been following us, you guessed it – it’s Healthy Weight Week! About Healthy Weight Week Healthy Weight Week was developed 23 years ago by healthy weight pioneer Francie Berg. Its aim is to help change the conversation around weight, a mission we are passionate about shifting. That’s […] Read more »

Healthy Weight Week 2016