‘Nutrition & Eating’

The Binge Eating Diaries: Am I Restricting?

By Jacki Monaco on 10/09/2014

A few weeks ago, I had a conversation that uprooted some feelings and set off some alarms…I still have difficult days, but overall I thought that I was on a steady path. But I left that conversation feeling uncertain. And yet, it was exactly the kind of uncertainty I needed to feel at that moment – as I continue on my individual […] Read more »

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Is Bread Really Fattening?

By Marsha Hudnall on 10/01/2014

First, let me say that I really hate the term fattening when it is used in conjunction with food. At Green Mountain, we’ve long said — and others agree — that food often isn’t the real reason for struggles around weight. It’s feelings that send us to food to cope, and a lack of other ways to cope, that truly […] Read more »

The Binge Eating Diaries: Enough Already!

By Jacki Monaco on 09/25/2014

Changing My Relationship With Food — And Myself – Takes A Lot Of Energy When I think about my ever-evolving relationship with food, my body, my weight, and my binging – I instantly feel like I need a nap. I’ve been scrutinizing my eating habits and my reflection since before puberty. I’m exhausted. Who knew that one of the very few things […] Read more »

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Take Weight Stigma Off Your Plate to Really Eat Healthy

By Marsha Hudnall on 09/24/2014

It’s Weight Stigma Awareness Week 2014 Do you know what you’re thinking about your body? If you’re a woman who has struggled with your weight, there’s a good chance you’re not thinking too positively about it. And as Dr. Kari Anderson, our binge eating specialist at Green Mountain and leader of our new Pathway℠ program for binge eaters, would say, “Of course you […] Read more »

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