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Food Addiction Through Another Lens: 5 Steps to Addressing Food Addiction

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

Google the words “Food Addiction” and in less than half a second you get over 33 million results. It’s pretty clear that lots of people are talking and others are listening. This topic interests me in a big way because I lead a discussion around food addiction here at Green Mountain.  But there is a compelling difference between the message we send […] Read more »

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10 Best Tips for Managing Food Cravings

By Robyn Priebe

Most women who participate in the healthy weight management program at Green Mountain at Fox Run confess they struggle with managing food cravings. When you’re in the midst of a food craving cycle, the idea of creating a healthy eating plan seems more like someone taking away your emotional blankie than a good idea. “What about my ice cream, potato […] Read more »

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Am I Addicted to Food?

By Robyn Priebe

Before You Label Yourself As A Food Addict At Green Mountain, it’s very common for me to hear women state that they are addicted to food, and more specifically, sugar. “I just can’t eat sugar. Once I start eating I just cannot stop.”  “If I don’t eat sugar, I don’t seem to crave it much, but once I start eating it the […] Read more »

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Is Sugar Making You Hungrier?

By Robyn Priebe

Do You Need To Reduce Your Intake Of Sugar? When you’re looking to manage type 2 diabetes, achieve healthy weight loss, or manage polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), you may have a goal of reducing added sugars. Additionally, if you are trying to manage what feels like food addiction, one thing to think about is that added sugars can fuel the […] Read more »

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Are You Obsessed With Food?

By Robyn Priebe

Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder Dieters Think About Food More Often Than ‘Normal Eaters’ It’s almost a given that as soon as you start a diet, you think about food more. There are physiological and psychological reasons for this. Both hinge on the fact that if food is restricted, we end up thinking about it more. Do you constantly […] Read more »

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