Tools and Resources to Share Mindful Eating

Mindful eating resources to make it easy for you to share powerful mindful eating concepts and skills with your clients, patients, and employees.


Hunger Best SeasoningReady-to-reprint-or-post Am I Hungry?® Articles and Graphics

This series of complimentary, one-page, ready-to-reprint-or-post mindful eating articles and companion graphics are perfect for your:

  • Health, nutrition, and fitness e-zines, blogs, and websites
  • Online or print newspapers, magazines, and company newsletters
  • Patient education or healthy lifestyle handouts

Download this sample article: Hunger is the Best Seasoning. Fill out the form on the right and we’ll deliver these articles right to your inbox.


What-is-Mindful-EatingPowerPoint: What is Mindful Eating?

This brief PowerPoint is for use by health professionals who wish to offer a basic introduction to mindful eating. The deck includes a definition and goals for mindful eating, a summary of the evidence-based benefits, an explanation of how mindful eating helps, who benefits from the practice, and resources for additional information.

Fill out the form on the right and we’ll deliver a link to this PowerPoint right to your inbox.


General Weight to Wellbeing 150Mindful Eating White Papers

By reading our white papers, you’ll gain new insights and information on mindful eating and learn about the evidence behind the need for a paradigm shift in the medical and wellness industries. You’ll also understand how a non-diet, weight-neutral, mindfulness-based approach to well-being can create lasting change that empowers individuals to invest fully in their lives and work.

Click here to access our complimentary white papers.


Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating E-Newsletter

Receive a monthly eye-opening and inspiring article by founder Michelle May, M.D.

Subscribe to our complimentary motivational e-newsletter and you’ll also receive “101 Things to Do Besides Eat.” Simply start your monthly subscription or browse through our previous issues here.


large stack of papers 150Mindful Eating Research

A growing body of data supports the ineffectiveness of diets and weight-focused programs, and the effectiveness of mindfulness, mindful eating, and weight-neutral interventions.

Click here for a list of references.

 


Train CroppedMindful Eating Training for Facilitators, Coaches, Therapists, and Instructors

Am I Hungry? Training is available so you can offer mindful eating programs in your community, clinical office, workplace, or university. The Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Program will help your clients, patients, employees, or students establish a healthy, balanced lifestyle that supports optimal well-being. We also offer mindful eating programs and training for binge eating, bariatric surgery, and diabetes. Read more…


shutterstock_65139496 croppedContinuing Education Credits

Continuing Education Credits (CEs, CEUs) are available for psychologists, dietitians, nurses, coaches, and other health and wellness professionals from respected organizations such as the American Psychological Association (APA), Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR), Arizona Nurses’ Association, and Wellcoaches. Read more…


Video: Shifting the Focus from Weight to Well-being

Watch (and share!) this 4-minute video to learn why traditional restrictive, weight-focused programs don’t work – and how the Am I Hungry? approach fosters optimal eating and health, regardless of size.


Other Resources for Health and Wellness Professionals

Choose the resources that are most helpful to you and your clients or patients.

Mindful Eating Program

Mindful Eating and Prediabetes and Diabetes

Mindful Eating Program for Bariatric Surgery

Mindful Eating for Binge Eating

Mindful Eating for Students