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

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 »


Stressed? Try Magnesium, the Ultimate Chill Pill

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

Could optimizing our magnesium levels help with emotional overeating? Stress in our bodies, whether physical or psychological, uses up our magnesium stores. And the more magnesium our body loses, the more stressed the system can become. It, like most things, is a cycle. But look on the bright side! When magnesium stores within our bodies are optimal, we’re less stressed […] Read more »

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5 Foods You Should Never Eat: The Green Mountain Version

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

We’ve All Seen It… To anyone who has ever surfed the web, this needs no explanation.  We’ve all seen it, the advertisement lingering on the right hand side of your browser, the one with the over ripe helpless little banana illustration that frames the handwritten words “5 Foods You Should Never Eat”. It’s the same one that shows up on […] Read more »

5 Foods You Should Never Eat

Glycemic Index Diet In Weight Loss News

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

A Brief Tweet on Recent Glycemic Index (GI) Research In hopes to not defeat my purpose, I’m keeping this brief. Fact. The average web reader reads at most 28% of the words in an online article. And since 28% is the high end of the curve, 20% is really more like it. That’s why I get a little worried about […] Read more »

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