Eating at Night

Strategies for Overcoming Night Eating Syndrome It’s 9 pm. How many trips have you made to the refrigerator tonight? If you’re a night eater, chances are a lot. You may know it’s not about being hungry as much as much as boredom or a difficult emotion such as loneliness. Still, you find yourself searching for something to satisfy. To be […] Read more »

eating at night

Angel or Devil: Is Your Internal Voice Really on Your Side?

by Kari Anderson, DBH, LPC and Marsha Hudnall, MS, RDN, CD Jessica wants to eat healthfully. She tries to be very careful about what she eats but inevitably there comes a time when she just can’t. Then all @#$% breaks loose. She starts eating all the foods she believes she shouldn’t eat. The only way she knows how to stop […] Read more »


Seven Top Tips for Staying Fit This Fall

Leaves turning to scarlet and blazing yellow often make us think of curling up in front of a cozy fire. Or reading a good book on a chilly afternoon. All well and good, says Green Mountain at Fox Run fitness expert LynnAnn Covell. But it’s also a great time to make sure that fitness stays on top of your self-care […] Read more »

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7 Mindful Dining Tips for Eating Out Healthfully

The prospect of going out for a meal conjures up pleasant images — ordering tasty food without having to cook it, enjoying it with friends and family, and not having to do the dishes! But these days, concern about the healthfulness of restaurant meals have many of us in a push-pull relationship with eating out. How can you maximize your […] Read more »


The Art of Being a Normal Eater

Which of the following women is a “normal” eater? To celebrate, Paula goes out to dinner after work and chooses her favorite:  fettucine alfredo. At a family picnic, Karen samples her aunt’s famous blueberry crisp, decides to have a slice, then goes back for more. Hungry for an evening snack, Ellen deliberates, then opts for oatmeal cookies and milk over […] Read more »