‘Women’s Health’

Garbanzo-Tomato-Feta Salad with High-Quality Ingredients

By Robyn Priebe on 09/18/2013

Despite the weather cooling off and the leaves beginning to change, I know a lot of home gardeners who are still picking tomatoes. Nothing beats the flavor of a ripe tomato right off the vine. To preserve that freshly picked flavor it’s best NOT to put tomatoes in the refrigerator. Keeping tomatoes on the counter top versus cooling them will […] Read more »

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Gut Flora: Prebiotics and Probiotics

By Robyn Priebe on 09/11/2013

Guest Post by Janet Zimmerman, RD – Green Mountain at Fox Run Nutrition Intern Probiotics and prebiotics have recently become hot topics (for good reason I might add!).  Our guts and digestive systems have a lot of bacteria, gut flora, in them that can be harmful or helpful to our health depending on the types.  Unfortunately, there are many things that can […] Read more »

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40 Ideas for Incorporating Self-Care into Your Life

By Darla Breckenridge on 08/12/2013

Self-Care Strategies Impact Emotional Overeating We say it often at Green Mountain: When stress increases, self-care decreases. But adding self-care strategies into your life can make a serious impact on emotional overeating. 40 Self-Care Ideas In keeping up our top-40 series, we present 40 Ideas for Incorporating Self-Care into Your Life: Work with professionals, e.g., personal trainers, nutritionists or therapists […] Read more »

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The Binge Eater’s Brain: When Health Problems Affect Your Diet

By Jacki Monaco on 08/08/2013

Since coming to Green Mountain two years ago, I have given myself permission to eat. A taste of anything and everything here and there, beautifully wrapped in “normal” portions and topped off with zero guilt. But now my binge eater’s brain is being challenged once again. For the past couple of months my stomach has not been working properly. Let’s […] Read more »

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