Permanent Weight Loss

5 Steps to Find Your Healthy Weight

How Do You Know if You’re at Your Healthy Weight? Free Teleconferences Sign up for our newsletter to get regular notice of our teleconferences that deal with a range of issues important to healthy weights. You can also hear our president and co-owner Marsha Hudnall, MS, RDN, CD, in The Center for Mindful Eating teleconference series. A healthy weight is a person’s natural […] Read more »

5 steps to find your healthy weight

Mindful Eating Strategies for Successful Weight Management

Exploring Mindful Eating for Successful Weight Management: When Are We Really Hungry for Food? What’s a first step in mindful eating (also called intuitive eating)? Getting in touch with feelings of true physical hunger. Sounds simple, but at first it may be hard. That’s because either due to dieting or chaotic patterns of eating, people often ignore physical hunger cues […] Read more »


5 Surprising Ways to Jump Start a Healthy Weight

While January is the month that screams ‘time to lose weight’ for many Americans, the drive to lose weight plagues us throughout the year. Spending more than $61 billion a year on diet books, diet foods, diet programs and other schemes “guaranteed” to take the weight off for good, Americans are being misled by the millions. Trying to Lose Weight […] Read more »

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When You Just Can’t Diet Anymore

As each new diet takes the nation by storm, we at Green Mountain sit and wait. We soon see an increasing number of women visit us who are struggling against weight gain and feelings of helplessness caused by their latest weight loss diet. High-Protein, Low-Carb Diets Persist More than just another fad, high-protein, low-carbohydrate diets currently approach phenomenon status. They […] Read more »

Alan Wayler

Creating Successful Lifestyle Change – Are You Ready for Change?

Are You Ready for Change? Change what? Most women arriving at Green Mountain for the first time have certain ideas about what needs to change. For some, it’s their relationship with food, including what they eat, when, how, in what quantities and frequency, as well as their emotional attachments to food. Others will say it’s their relationship to exercise and […] Read more »