Eating Christmas Cookies: Mindfulness Tips for Women Who Struggle with Weight
The holidays are upon us, along with the cookies, the holiday buffet, the bowl/box of candy on the desk. Now it’s up to us to decide – do we want some or not? With someone who is concerned about her weight, the decision takes much more time.View Article
Spafinder Announces Global Winners of 2016 Wellness Travel Awards at World Travel Market London Ceremony
Green Mountain at Fox Run has won three prestigious Category Awards for Best for Affordability/Budget, Best for Going Solo, and Best Weight Loss Program. Wellness Travel Awards were bestowed by a panel of 39 wellness travel editors and experts who nominated and selected finalists, along with tens of thousands of consumers and travel agents around […]View Article
Anxiety & Binge Eating Disorder: Explore the Connection
What role does anxiety play in the development and perpetuation of binge and emotional eating issues? Shiri Macri, Clinical Director for the Women’s Center for Binge & Emotional Eating, was featured on “All About Binge Eating Recovery: A Weigh Out’s Featured TeleSeminars”.View Article
3 Must-Read Books for People in Recovery from Binge Eating Disorder
Binge eating disorder is the most common eating disorder, however it is often deeply stigmatized and misunderstood. Here are some must-read book recommendations for people in recovery from binge eating disorder.View Article
Food Psych #67: Wellness Without Weight Loss
Food Psych is a podcast about intuitive eating, eating disorder recovery, body image and Health at Every Size. In Episode #67, body-positive dietitian Marsha Hudnall, MS, RD, speaks with Christy Harrison about how she achieved her decades-long recovery from eating disorders and how she works with clients and intuitive eating.View Article
Sugar as Bad as Crystal Meth? Please, Stop with the Food Fear
One of the first emails that popped into my inbox one recent morning suggested that sugar is as bad as crystal meth. Really? Let’s look at this more closely…View Article
Green Mountain at Fox Run Opens Women’s Center for Binge and Emotional Eating
Green Mountain at Fox Run and their newly opened Women’s Center for Binge and Emotional Eating offers safe, life-changing programs for women struggling with eating and weight.View Article
What The Study On Eating ‘In Moderation’ Missed
These days, you’re more likely to hear someone advise people watching their weight not to diet but instead eat in moderation. A growing body of evidence suggests that diets set people up for overeating and weight gain through rigid rules that don’t meet individual needs. Eating in moderation puts you in charge. You decide what […]View Article
Love Food Podcast Episode 20: I Can’t Stop Binge Eating!
If you’ve always been on a diet or off a diet bingeing, then you can relate to this episode’s letter writer. Do you yearn for a healthy relationship with food yet can’t stop bingeing? Listen now for strategies to ease your mind and promote healing. Kari Anderson DBH, LPC from Green Mountain at Fox Run […]View Article
Eating What You Want Can Make You Healthier
People worldwide will celebrate Eat What You Want Day on this Wednesday, May 11. A quick web search shows most posts from previous years recommend we do two things in honor of it.View Article
5 Tips for Getting Unstuck and Building Healthy Habits
The 17th annual National Women’s Health Week kicks off on Mother’s Day, May 8, and is celebrated until May 14, 2016. The goal is to empower women to make their health a priority. What better time than now to celebrate women’s health and commit to making a change for the better?View Article
The Country’s First Women-Only Center Exclusively for the Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder Opens in VT
Green Mountain at Fox Run Offers Specialized Program for Women Struggling with Binge and Emotional Eating New York, NY, February 17, 2016 – In the United States, more than nine million Americans are struggling with Binge Eating Disorder (BED). BED is a debilitating condition characterized by periodic episodes of an uncontrollable urge to eat followed […]View Article
The End of Dieting: Women and Weight in America
The End of Dieting: Women and Weight in America
…and among the soundest of such programs is Green Mountain at Fox Run.
“…and among the soundest of such programs is Green Mountain at Fox Run.”
The emphasis is on reality.
“The emphasis is on reality. You learn how to eat anything rather than how not to eat.”
The extra dimension is dedication.
“The extra dimension is dedication.”
This innovative ‘non-diet’ program is the most experienced, educationally-based weight loss center for women in the country.
“This innovative ‘non-diet’ program is the most experienced, educationally-based weight loss center for women in the country.”
These people get results!
“These people get results!”
A published success rate over 20 times higher than all other medical and weight loss programs
“A published success rate over 20 times higher than all other medical and weight loss programs!”
A program that achieves such success is more than just a diet
“A program that achieves such success is more than just a diet.”
Women leave a lot more behind than extra pounds
“Women leave a lot more behind than extra pounds.”
9th Consecutive Spa Finder Readers’ Choice Award
“Top 10 Spas for weight loss.” Best for Weight Loss, Best for Going Solo, Best for Affordability
The Green Mountain program, which strives to help guests achieve long-lasting fitness and stop dieting for good, is more a life-changing experience than a quick fix.
“The Green Mountain program, which strives to help guests achieve long-lasting fitness and stop dieting for good, is more a life-changing experience than a quick fix.”
America’s top 10 weight loss resorts
“America’s top 10 weight loss resorts…Tailored specifically for women…Green Mountain emphasizes a non-diet approach and aims to instill a new way of thinking into its guests.”
The Case for Never Weighing Yourself Again
Is your mood for the day frequently tied to the number you see on your bathroom scale? You’re not alone: Recent research reveals that in some people, frequent self-weighing is actually tied to depression, poor body image and an overall crummy mood, even though the subjects were normal weight. Worse, these feelings are also tied […]View Article
8 Things You Should Never Say to Yourself About Food
Sometimes we’re our own worst enemy when it comes to food. Those little things that we say to ourselves before or after we eat may be doing more harm than we even realize. Do you need to re-language your food thoughts?View Article
What Happens Next? When Your New Year’s Diet Isn’t Working
It’s the third week in January. How is that New Year’s resolution to lose weight working for you? If you’re like most people, your resolve is waning. And it’s probably because you went on a restrictive diet to take off some weight. The trouble is, dieting sets up most people to fail. If you do […]View Article
Valentine’s Day Chocolate: Love it or Leave it?
For weight worriers the world over, Valentines Day is one that’s both anticipated and dreaded. Do either of these statements describe your feelings about this day of chocolate celebration?View Article