‘holiday healthy eating’

It Happened This Week: The Holidays Are Here!

By Marsha Hudnall on 12/03/2010

  Worried about eating well during the holidays?  Consider this review by Ellie Krieger, celebrity RD, of The Great Fat Debate  that occurred last month at The American Dietetic Association annual meeting:  Total fat doesn’t matter, refined carbs are worse for your heart than saturated fat, and we need to focus on quality and calorie balance. Here’s an idea a […] Read more »

Just Saying No to Holiday Overeating

By Marsha Hudnall on 11/30/2010

We’ve all been there before. Grandma made her special dish and wants so much for us to eat some. Our friend is dying for the holiday cookies but doesn’t want to eat by herself. We’re staring down a bowl of nuts but really aren’t hungry. Do we go ahead and eat, even though we really don’t want to? You probably […] Read more »

Holiday Survival Tips: Tackling Turkey & Beyond

By Robyn Priebe on 11/22/2010

Thanksgiving is One Day A Year It’s that time of year when everywhere we turn we hear people providing weight loss information tips on how to stick to your healthy eating goals on Thanksgiving Day. This is a subject we talk about often in our healthy weight loss program at Green Mountain at Fox Run. Being prepared for the holiday […] Read more »

Tom Turkey – It’s a Thin Line Between Love And Hate

By Marsha Hudnall on 11/10/2009

Cindy is out ill so I’m putting up her post for her today.  Get well soon! It’s been a love-hate relationship between me and Tom for some time now. Some years Tom beckons to me with a silent gesture. Under all his gorgeous plumage, the promise of a plump juicy thigh or a nibble of his neck. Then the next […] Read more »

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