‘chaotic eating’

Memoirs of a Dietetic Intern: Understanding My Chaotic Eating

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

We’re happy to post a blog today by Elizabeth Carrera, a masters level student studying nutrition and dietetics at the University of Vermont. Elizabeth spent time with us this summer observing our approach to health and weight management. Her story is a great one for A Weight Lifted because it shows that even those who have spent a lot of time […] Read more »

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Healthy Dinner Recipes for Those Who Don’t Have Tons of Time to Cook

By Robyn Priebe

Cooking is the Last Thing I Want To Do After Work After a long day at work, many of us may head home pretty hungry, but not really feel like taking the time to cook.  When this happens, it’s easy to fall victim to the pattern of picking up take-out, snacking during dinner prep, or defaulting to quick and easy foods […] Read more »


Food Insecurity and Diets

By Robyn Priebe

After the little town our healthy weight loss spa resides in was hit hard by the flood waters of Irene, we lost our one and only grocery store.  As a result, our town grocery store has been operating out of a tent for the last four months.  As of today it will close completely for 10 days in order to move back into a building.  Now, I […] Read more »

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