Members' Stories

We call members' stories "logical miracles." A logical miracle is a natural outcome that you can expect when your needs are met for nourishing food, social support, and a safe place to experiment and self-observe while you change old habits. Logical miracles happen every day when people trust that how you feel is data! 

Mariana and Juan’s Story: A Simple Change

Carolyn’s Story: This Doesn’t Happen!

Joni’s Second Story: Closing the Gap

Howard’s Story – Kraut is the New Granola

A Carol Christmas

Norma Jeanne’s (Second) Story: Sweet Memories

Norma Jeanne’s Story: Emotional Consumption

Robert's Story: Flavor Hounds

Margaret’s Story: Numbers Don’t Lie

Tory’s Story: Relapse is the Logical Conclusion

Casey’s Story: Salmon for Breakfast

Susan’s Story: Raw Inspiration

Sheron’s Story: I Never Knew I Needed a Ground Floor

Birdie’s Story: Liar

Marcia’s Story: My Affair with Vegetables, Changing Behaviors, Keeping it Romantic

Doreen's Story: I Didn't Know What I Didn't Know

Lucy’s Conference Report on Binge Eating

Shri's Story: How I Turned Around Diabetes

Jay's Story: Mindful About My Brain

Lorna's Story: Give Credit Where Credit is Due

Beatrice’s Story: Unwitting Self-Saboteur

Stuart and Mom’s Story

Ellen’s Story: Breakfast Is Key

Lora’s Story: Chili for Breakfast?

Lucia’s Story: Dark Chocolate

Sonja’s Story: Addition, Subtraction (and Substitution)

Zita Serves a Stone

Gina's Story: In the Face of Food

Pam's Story: Prisoner of My Own Assumptions

Audelle's Story: An Alternative to Terror

Kiki's Story: A Disease of Isolation

Oliver’s Story: Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired

Karen's Story: I Turned My Back on Hunger

Anne’s Story: No More Tissues for Jennifer

Dylan and Grandpa Danny’s Story: Our Run-In With a Sweet Potato

Diana's Story: The Journey Out

Bebe's Story: My Life Revolved Around a Piece of Cheese

Ruth’s Story: If You Give Up, You Lost

Rose's Story: Lentils Saved Me

Brad's 2nd Story: Strength in Numbers

Rose's 2nd Story: The Princess of Portion Control

Jenny's Story: Popcorn

Ted's Story: Food Sensitivity

Bebe's 2nd Story: Global Solutions

Marlena's Story: Bliss

Anita's Second Story: Soul Food

Robert's Story: Flavor Hounds

Shelley and Dor's Story: One Piece of Fruit

Jane's Story: Miss Information

Lindsey's Story: Better Living Through Chemistry

Melinda and Terry's Story: My Job, His Job

Diane's Story: My Little Pooh Bear

Grett's Story: Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice

Lucille's Story: Best Relapse

Karen's Founder Story: Suppers for Stable Blood Sugar

Phyllis's Story: ANTS

Véronique and Camille: Why It Is Important to Cook with Your Kids

Dor: Suppers Founder's Story

Karen and Dor's Story: Checking Our Numbers

Vicky's Story: Have You Heard This Line?

Cindy's Story: Prozac Doesn't Come in Cherry

Sandy C's Story: Discovery

Wolfram's Story: It's About Love

Leslie's Story: Diabetes -- We're Doing It Wrong

Ramine's Story: Recovering the Child, One Bite at a Time


stories related to Concept 1: Biological Individuality: Every body is different from every other body.

stories related to CONCEPT 2: THE FORGOTTEN BODY: Poor health and addiction are the logical conclusion of leaving the body out of the body, mind, and spirit equation.

Gail’s Story: You Are Not What You Eat

Grett’s Story: Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice

Maggie’s Story: No More Lupus

Tina’s Story: I Forgot My Body

stories related to Concept 3: Food Is the First Addiction: Suppers recognizes that food is our most expensive national addiction.

Raquel’s Story: The Anger Eater

stories related to Concept 4: Appetite Foolishness: Desiring and repeatedly consuming things you know are hurting you

stories related to Concept 5: Automatic Choices: The choices you make when you aren’t consciously participating

stories related to Concept 6: Health Relatives: People whose problems have similar biochemical and environmental causes, regardless of their diagnoses

stories related to Concept 7: The Diagnosis May Be Inconsequential: If eating processed foods caused your problem to begin with, the right solution – whole food – may be more important than the diagnostic labels.

stories related to Concept 8: Your Internal Observer: The part of you that notices but doesn’t judge

stories related to Concept 9: How You Feel Is Data: Your body is constantly communicating important information to you, if you would just learn to interpret its language.

stories related to Concept 10: Addition and Subtraction: Good health is achieved by adding what the body needs to have and subtracting what the body needs to not have.

stories related to Concept 11: Nutritional Harm Reduction: A gentle transition process that makes healthy change possible

stories related to Concept 12: Logical Miracle: What takes place in the natural course of things when your needs are met

stories related to Concept 13: Healthier Sources of Pleasure: Alternatives to food, drink, or drugs that trigger your sense of pleasure

stories related to Concept 14: Planning Is Everything: If diet and lifestyle are central to your health challenges, the solution will require lots of planning.

stories related to Concept 15: Therapeutic Friendship: The relationships that form around doing the work of Suppers

stories related to CONCEPT 16: THE BODY IS THE TEMPLE OF THE SOUL - The spiritual foundation of the Suppers programs is care of the physical body, the primary spiritual act.

Beth’s Story: My Body Is the Temple of My Soul

Petey and Dor’s Story: The Primary Spiritual Act

stories related to Concept 17: Gratitude Begets More to Be Grateful For: Living in a state of readiness to feel and express appreciation is a rich and rewarding practice.

stories related to CONCEPT 18: TREATS AND TRIGGERS - Can you do portion control or is abstinence needed? To find out, distinguish treats from triggers.

Alice’s Story: The C Word

Lucille’s Best Relapse

Sally M’s Story: I Am The Steward

stories related to Concept 19: Palate Development: The process of acquiring the desire for healthy, whole food

stories related to Concept 20: Matching Problems and Solutions: Create personal experiments to find food and behavior solutions to health problems.


stories related to CONCEPT 21: Healing is a Social Experience - Problems that feel impossible to solve in isolation become solvable with support.

Brad's Story: Sugar

Julie’s Trilogy

Noreen’s Story: Like a Dog with a Bone


stories related to Concept 22: The People Who Benefit Most Are Those Who Serve. Volunteering provides both social and health benefits.

Barbara’s Story: Cooks Will Save the World 

Kiki’s Story: A Disease of Isolation

Lina’s Second Story: Soul Food


stories related to Concept 23: It’s Not Just About Food: Logical miracles happen only when enough of your needs are met.

The Anger Eater’s Second Story: Backsliding

Toni’s Story: Emotional Individuality

Nana’s Story: Experiments!

Vera and Dor’s Story: Vanity