‘Healthy Eating’

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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Pop Quiz: The Changing Face of Healthy Eating for Healthy Weights

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

As A Dietitian, The Science Of Nutrition Is Fascinating I love my work. I love that my professional career as a dietitian has such practical application and that  I can spend time doing on the job training that I can later take home with me and incorporate into that night’s dinner. I love learning about clinical trials done in laboratories […] Read more »

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10 Healthy Eating Exercises That Can Really Make a Difference

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Continuing our Healthy Weight Week posts this week, today’s post talks about a key strategy for achieving and maintaining your healthy weight — mindful eating.  It’s about learning to listen and then trust what your body is telling you when it comes to eating. This post was one I wrote last year for SpaFinders. It’s perfect for today — Let Go […] Read more »

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Webinar: Neuroscience of Change – Why We Fall Off Diets

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

As the new year unfolds, a familiar situation is repeating itself once again. People who resolved to start eating healthier – whether for weight loss or not (although it most often is) — start struggling with the diet plan they chose to lead them to success. Note that when we say “diet,” it’s not always a weight loss diet; the […] Read more »

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