Fearless Eating after Bariatric Surgery

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Fearless eating doesn’t mean that you eat whatever, whenever, without regard to your physical consequences. It means that you are in charge of your eating, and that you eat fearlessly by mindfully deciding what to eat based on what works best for you.

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Mindful Eating: Where am I going and how will I get there?

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Setting your intention is the guide that points you in the direction you want to go. Taking small, manageable steps is how you get there!

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Why I Don’t Tell My Clients What to Eat with Diabetes

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Day after day I see people newly diagnosed with prediabetes or diabetes and all they want to know is “What do I eat?” As I listen to how my clients are eating, it’s easy to see that mindful eating would be a powerful tool to help them make sustainable, lifelong changes in their eating.

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Powerful Conversations to Lead the Shift from Weight to Well-being

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Learn how to more effectively share the value and importance of the weight-neutral approach with others to help lead the shift from weight to well-being.

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I’m full but I still want more food!

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"How come I'm full but I still want more food?" Here are 5 common reasons for feeling full but wanting to keep eating and what to do about it.

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Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat for Binge Eating wins award!

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Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat for Binge Eating received a Silver Nautilus Award which honors books that support conscious living and high-level wellness.

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How Will You Keep Your Mindful Eating Practice Going?

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It may be difficult to accept that mindful eating is a process, not a quick fix. Here are some ways to keep your mindful eating practice going.

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How many calories do you need to burn to eat _______?

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"If you eat a chocolate glazed doughnut worth 240 calories, you’d have to walk for about 60 minutes to burn it off" is part of the dieter's eat-repent-repeat cycle.

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An Antidote to Stress? Make time to FEAST!

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Stressed? FEAST is a practical application of mindfulness that helps us pause, become aware of our inner and outer experience, observe it non-judgmentally, and intentionally choose whether and how to respond.

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7 Questions to Decide If You’ve Taken Healthy Eating Too Far

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Thankfully, I have this practice of mindful eating in my toolbox and was able to redirect myself back to an Instinctive Eating Cycle after I had taken healthy eating too far.

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