‘overcoming binge eating’

Overcoming Binge Eating: One Woman’s Story

By Lisa Christie

We are pleased to present a new blog series by Green Mountain alum Jacki Monaco on her experience with binge eating disorder. We hope you’ll follow Jacki as she shares the discoveries she’s made on her journey to health and happiness. It’s been nine months since my mother drove a very scared, unhealthy, depressed version of me up Fox Lane. […] Read more »

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Healthy Eating, Deprivation & the Right Choice

By Marsha Hudnall

It’s a debate that’s gone on since the beginning of “non-diet.”  The question of whether people respond best to a structured approach to eating that helps get their bodies back into balance so they can better sense their internal cues to guide them in healthy behaviors, or whether “permission to eat everything and anything and as much as you want” […] Read more »

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Satisfying Our Souls to Master Binge Eating

By Marsha Hudnall

Carolyn Ross MD, an expert on healing food and body image issues, will join Green Mountain at Fox Run January 8-14, 2012 for the special workshop “Why Can’t I Stop Overeating?: Mastering Binge Eating, Emotional Eating & Compulsive Eating.”In today’s guest post, she explains the prevalence of binge eating disorder and her approach to healing from it. It’s a little […] Read more »

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Binge Eating: Can Yoga Help?

By Darla Breckenridge

When binge eating grabs a hold of you whether it is during the holidays or not, feelings of helplessness and self loathing can take over.  What can you do to not stay trapped in the pit of despair? In an  Australian study conducted by McIver, McGarland and O’Halloran, a 12-week yoga treatment program for binge eating was tested. Women’s comments […] Read more »

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Honor Your Emotional Eating

By Marsha Hudnall

Today’s post is by Jennifer Joyce, who is currently a staff participant at Green Mountain.  Like so many of us, Jennifer spent too much time taking care of others, then resorting to the comfort of her best friend food at the end of the day. Only when she made peace with the fact that food does work as a coping […] Read more »

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