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Stress-Linked Weight Gain Not All About Calories, Study Suggests

By Laura Brooks

Stress Shown To Slow Metabolic Rate In Women It’s normal to eat when you’re stressed sometimes.  You’ve had a hard day at work so you go to a drive through restaurant for a cheeseburger and fries and try to unwind. Doing that time and time again, you notice your weight begin to creep up.  You think to yourself, “Geez, I really need to cut […] Read more »

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Top 5 Stories of the Week: Selfies, Superfoods and Nutrition Labels

By Lisa Christie

Whether you’re enamored or annoyed by the whole “selfie” craze, these 3 women offer great tips on how they became okay with themselves (and their selfies)! First Lady Michelle Obama has unveiled plans for the most sweeping overhaul of nutrition labels on US food packages in more than two decades. The newly proposed labels would include putting calorie counts in […] Read more »

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Around the Web: Five Stories to Read this Week

By Lisa Christie

Women, Weight and Wellness on the Web this Week Has anyone ever commented about how great you look if you’ve lost weight? How did it make you feel? Beauty Redefined explains why “You Look So Skinny” can do more harm than good. “We don’t have many choices in your size.” A dietitian goes clothes shopping and it doesn’t go well. […] Read more »

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One Thing that Isn’t Helping You Overcome Overeating

By Lisa Claudia Briggs

The tendency to over-explain your overeating One of the things I love about teaching the behavioral wellness classes at Green Mountain are the way certain themes show up during particular weeks with certain groups. This week, one of the topics we focused on was the tendency to want to over-explain the whys of overeating, relationship struggles, the ins and outs […] Read more »

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