‘Healthy Eating’

The Binge Eating Diaries: 3 Steps to Healthy Eating on Vacation

By Jacki Monaco

There are dozens of flavors of vacations to choose from – the romantic getaway, the couple’s retreat, the group escape, and the solo adventure… to name just a few. And they’re all… delicious. We circle the LIFT OFF day on our calendars with a big fat red pen (or sophisticatedly log the date into our fancy phones). We desperately look […] Read more »

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6 Healthy Eating Mistakes That Can Cause You to Overeat

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

At Green Mountain at Fox Run, sometimes it seems like we’re all about being contrary to popular opinion. But that’s because popular opinion is so often off track in terms of how to reach and maintain your healthy weight.  So read the following list with that thought in mind. We think these typical “healthy” eating tips, garnered from the media […] Read more »

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5 Foods You Should Never Eat: The Green Mountain Version

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

We’ve All Seen It… To anyone who has ever surfed the web, this needs no explanation.  We’ve all seen it, the advertisement lingering on the right hand side of your browser, the one with the over ripe helpless little banana illustration that frames the handwritten words “5 Foods You Should Never Eat”. It’s the same one that shows up on […] Read more »

5 Foods You Should Never Eat

The Binge Eating Diaries: What is Normal Eating?

By Jacki Monaco

My Journey to Healthy Eating I’m allergic to peanuts. I can’t stand the texture of mushrooms. I have equal parts salty and sweet teeth. I think raisins and onions are the perfect combination in a salad. I could eat raw cashews for days. I give kale, apples, and cake 5 stars each. For most of my life, my rapport with […] Read more »

My Journey to Healthy Eating

Mindful Eating and The Process of Learning How to Feed Myself

By Beth Turchi

Beth continues her cha-cha but then takes a giant leap forward. One step forward, two steps back?  Or is it two steps forward and one step back? If I find the learning in a “step back”, then it’s actually a step forward. Okay, no more “who’s on first” babble – here’s what I’m referring to. I Thought I’d Get Back […] Read more »

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