‘mindful eating’

Food and Money, Part I

By Jill Carlson on 08/16/2013

A month ago I stood in the middle of my favorite clothing store completely buzzed. Not on alcohol. Not on food this time. Simply put, I was high on spending. With a change of weight comes a change in wardrobe. Trips to Ann Taylor Loft, Lucy, Gap and more. Perhaps I took it a step further, when my spree included […] Read more »

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Dieting Declaration of Independence

By Lisa Christie on 07/04/2013

Happy July 4th! Will you sign our Declaration of Independence from Dieting? At Green Mountain, we believe women have been lead astray with weight loss schemes that have added to their weight struggles, negatively affected their health and kept them from living the lives they dream. We all deserve the freedom from eating and weight struggles, but dieting just takes […] Read more »

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40 Ways to Feed Your Spiritual Hunger

By Darla Breckenridge on 05/13/2013

Filling Up With Something Other Than Food Today’s blog post is part of our top-40 series to mark Green Mountain’s 40th anniversary. Sometimes it’s just really hard to imagine how to fill yourself up in lieu of food.  Eating in mindless ways can be an attempt to help yourself feel better, but what if the food isn’t getting to the source […] Read more »

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Exploring Food Addiction

By Marsha Hudnall on 03/25/2013

Does food addiction really exist? This question was a big subject of controversy at the 2013 conferences of the Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA) and the International Association of Eating  Disorder Professionals (IAEDP). Two Sides of the Same Coin Of those who have strong opinions about the subject, there are probably two sides whose opinions vary the greatest — researchers […] Read more »

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Q&A Part II: Making Peace with Food and Eating

By Guest Blogger on 03/18/2013

Last week, we reposted an article about women who make peace with eating and food by Lisa Claudia Briggs. In Lisa’s practice, she sees two eating styles that women take on when they get to a better place with food and their bodies: those who treasure simplicity and practicality, and those who evolve into so-called foodies. Today we conclude our […] Read more »

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