Mindful eating for college and university campuses!

Mindful eating is an ancient practice with profound applications for preventing and resolving common eating challenges in a modern food-abundant environment. Introducing young adults to mindful eating as they establish independence and/or begin their careers in health and wellness professions has a huge impact on their personal lives and the lives of those they interact with in the future!

The Mindful Eating for Students course, adapted from the Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Program, provides students with a flexible, non-diet, mindfulness-based approach to eating, physical activity, and self-care. During the class students explore the six crucial decision points in the mindful eating cycle and develop sustainable skills for effective lifestyle management that they can apply personally and professionally.

Mindful Eating for Students courses

This course is offered at various colleges and universities. New courses added all the time!

Arizona State University

Fall 2017
Special Topics: Mindful Eating
Instructor: Michelle May MD
Tuesdays, 4:30-6:15 pm (2 credits)
PSY 294 (#90817), HCR 294(#90826), EXW 294(#90844), NTR 294(#91069)

Mindful Eating for Students Instructor Training

Mindful Eating for Students Instructor Training provides a flexible course curriculum, detailed Instructor Guide, materials, training, and support to enable faculty at colleges and universities (and in some cases, high schools) to offer a comprehensive Mindful Eating course.

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Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat for Students

A Mindful Eating Program to Fuel the Life You Crave

Michelle May, M.D.
Am I Hungry? Publishing
Now available!
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