‘normal eating’

It Happened this Week: Felled by a Cold

By Marsha Hudnall on 08/27/2010

The week started out great.  Rebecca Scritchfield, dynamic RD from the DC area, joined us at Green Mountain to observe our mindful eating/mindful living or intuitive eating/intuitive living program.  She's been a delight to have around, if for nothing else to feel her energy and hear her great ideas.  Her blog this week features several posts of her experience here. […] Read more »

Diet Exposure

By Robyn Priebe on 03/24/2010

Last year my niece, who was 5 at the time, reported to her mother at dinner one night that she was “on a diet.”  My sister was shocked since the word “diet” has never come out of her mouth or her husband’s.  My sister does model healthy eating for her daughter.  So where did this little girl learn about dieting?  We […] Read more »

Developing a healthy relationship with food starts at a young age.

Raising Healthy Eaters: A Mother’s Day Tale of Sugar &, Finally, Spice

By Marsha Hudnall on 05/06/2009

Sunday is Mother’s Day — a perfect time to talk about feeding our kids.  ‘Cuz even on ‘our’ day, we’re thinking about our favorite people in the world. When my kids were young, I was faced with an ironic challenge for a dietitian.  My son’s definite predilection for sugar and adamant rejection of vegetables, whole grain bread and milk took […] Read more »

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Maybe Self-Control Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be

By Marsha Hudnall on 04/15/2009

Every week when we introduce the concept that overeating is part of ‘normal’ eating, and that occasional overeating can be healthy, we hear  sighs of relief from women who have been struggling for years to control that urge. Normal eating can be thought of as a style of eating that’s hardwired into most of us because there are survival mechanisms […] Read more »

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Holiday Survival Tips

By Marsha Hudnall on 12/27/2005

Tip #3: Enough is Enough. It’s Wednesday of Christmas week – that week after the big event that multitudes spent weeks, months, even the whole year shopping and planning for.  And this year, we have Hanukkah added to the mix! Next on the list is New Year’s Eve, then it’s finally back to our regular lives and regular healthy eating […] Read more »

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