For some people in our program, weighing themselves on a regular basis isn’t a big deal. For others, it’s a source of intense frustration, trepidation, shame, and obsessive thoughts. What the scale says can be a great source of feedback about how well behavioral change...

September 13, 2020

As COVID and social distancing/isolation measures drag on, hopes of returning to our normal daily activity and exercise routines have to be adjusted. Join Rachel Trope MS, CEP to discuss how to create a new and sustainable exercise habit within the confines of COVID im...

September 6, 2020

Are you interested in simple, tasty meals you can make from basic kitchen staples? Searching for a (very easy) way to increase plant-based meals in your eating routine? Look no further than canned bean! Join Lauren, the dietitian, for this live cooking class where cann...

September 3, 2020

Saturday Scoop is on vacation this weekend in honor of the Labor Day Holiday. We will be back next Saturday with a live cooking demo! Spend this time focusing on self-care instead. Try and incorporate one (or more) of the following into your holiday weekend, or create...

We have all heard of meal prepping for the week, but how do we actually do it? What supplies will I need? What and how many recipes should I cook? Join Matthew D'Aria our registered dietitian as he provides you with the knowledge you need to start prepping your meals,...

August 25, 2020

We have all heard of meal prepping for the week, but how do we actually do it? What supplies will I need? What and how many recipes should I cook? Join Matthew D'Aria our registered dietitian as he provides you with the knowledge you need to start prepping your meals,...

August 20, 2020

Are you feeling burned out? Tired? As the pandemic continues, you may notice you are struggling to find motivation and calm. This article does a great job explaining why our brains struggle to process this amount and duration of stress.

Your ‘Surge Capacity’ Is Depleted...

A continuation of the discussion from Dr. Burnett's 7/11/20 Saturday Scoop. Many people with weight challenges struggle with not liking how they look. This group will continue the discussion and review/answer questions about strategies for starting to think differently...

Join Exercise Physiologist Amy Allnutt for a discussion on resistance training guidelines and the importance of sustaining muscle mass with age. 

Anxiety was a common problem even prior to COVID, but since the pandemic started many more people are struggling with it. Come join clinical psychologist Rachel Burnett, PhD for a discussion of what anxiety is, how it manifests in our bodies and minds, and some strateg...

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