‘non-diet approach’

When Diet and Fitness Isn’t Enough

By Joanne Kimball on 07/15/2014

Getting Off The Diet Wheel To Nowhere We’ve all heard the statistics: 95% of dieters gain back the weight they lose. Yet, like hopeful hamsters, when we hear about a new diet, we get back on our little wheels praying that this time it will work. For me, it took a stay at Green Mountain at Fox Run to finally […] Read more »

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40 Reasons to Stop Dieting Before You Start

By Lisa Christie on 05/07/2013

Today’s blog post is part of our top-40 series to mark Green Mountain’s 40th anniversary. International NO DIET Day Yesterday was International NO DIET day, and I read some astonishingly heartfelt pieces about why people don’t diet or have stopped dieting. Among them – Tiffany of More Cabaret – on not dieting as an ode to her father who fought […] Read more »

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It Happened This Week: Advice from Registered Dietitians, Not the Food Police

By Marsha Hudnall on 07/13/2012

Rebecca Scritchfield, RD encourages us to eat an unbalanced plate of food along with our balanced plate.  That’s just one of five great tips she gives in in “The Most Effective Diet: Listening to Your Body.” Are you still wary of fat in your food?  Janet Helm, RD encourages you to overcome your fear of fat, based on research that […] Read more »

Moving away from food rules can lead to enlightened eating.

What to Do Instead of Dieting: Inspirational Video

By Marsha Hudnall on 05/01/2012

Today a gift from Rick Kausman, MD, member of the Association for Size Diversity & Health, on whose listserv he generously shared this beautiful work.  It’s an inspirational recipe to reach your natural, healthy weight. This from the write-up below the video on YouTube: Dr. Rick Kausman is a medical doctor who is recognised as the Australian pioneer of the […] Read more »

Stop Dieting & Start to Lose Weight: Guest Post

By Marsha Hudnall on 11/12/2010

Today’s post is courtesy of Sheryl Kraft, a freelance writer who recently visited Green Mountain to learn more about how we help women who struggle with eating, weight, body image and self esteem.  She originally posted it on healthywomen.org, a website whose name and tagline — “informed. empowered” — is right up our alley! I’m no expert, but I expressed […] Read more »

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