The Binge Eating Diaries: Did I Just Binge or Overeat?

By Jacki Monaco on 10/04/2012

Even though I haven’t had what I qualify as a binge since I left Green Mountain, this does not mean I have magically acquired perfect eating habits. I still overeat more than I would like (these things take time, people). It’s hard to find a balance between sustaining life with food and harming ourselves with it. This being said, several […] Read more »

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Portion Distortion

By Robyn Priebe on 07/07/2010

Monday morning, while my husband was flipping TV channels, I caught a glimpse of champion competitive eater, Takeru Kobayashi being arrested for crashing an eating contest he was not supposed to participate in.  I by no means follow the "sport" of competitive eating; however it got me wondering how a person could eat so much in such a short period of […] Read more »

Who Ate My Lunch???

By Robyn Priebe on 04/17/2010

No I’m not talking about someone stealing your lunch out of the break-room fridge, I’m talking about eating amnesia, which can certainly thwart our weight loss goals.  While they do make plastic bags that give the appearance of moldy food to deter someone from snagging your sandwich, I’m unaware of a product that will help us avoid forgetting that we ate something.  […] Read more »

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Could Gluttony be Bad for Us?

By Marsha Hudnall on 02/01/2010

I feel completely uninspired this morning.  Was moving in that direction yesterday, too.  Could it be the way I treated myself this weekend?  Double entendre on the word “treated.” I’m not ill.  And got plenty of physical activity and sleep over the weekend.  But it was a weekend of rich food and wine that, while I enjoyed it at the […] Read more »

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Could Gluttony be Good for Us?

By Marsha Hudnall on 01/25/2010

After several weeks of eating very well as part of our new Food as Medicine program at Green Mountain — lots of great-tasting veggies and other good-for-me stuff — last weekend I enjoyed a meal that got me thinking.  If according to our genetics, e.g., our Paleolithic caveman ancestors, we evolved on a famine-feast type of  eating pattern, could an […] Read more »

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