‘overcoming emotional eating’

Healthy Eating, Deprivation & the Right Choice

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

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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Honor Your Emotional Eating

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

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 »

A Must-Read for Emotional Eaters

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Last week I decided to unplug.  Not permanently or even all the time — just evenings.  I’m sure you can relate to why I made that decision.  Staying connected via email, blogs, surfing the internet, whatever was leaving little time for me.  And it wasn’t feeling good. One of the first things I did upon unplugging was pick up a […] Read more »

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Winding Down, Without Food

By Robyn Priebe

Finish all tasks on daily to do list – check.  Wrap up a hectic work day – check.  Pick up around the house – check.  Deal with kids, bills, making dinner, pets, etc….  – check.  Now it’s “me time” and it’s going to be me and food.  How often do we go to food to wind down or relax? One […] Read more »

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