I’m glad I asked! And the winner is…

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Selecting a cover for Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat for Students required some thought and input from our Facebook community. And the winner is...

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The Hole in the Street: How Mindfulness Helps in the Workplace

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The poem, Autobiography in Five Short Chapters, describes how mindfulness helps in the workplace by teaching us how to avoid a hole in the street - and eventually change streets!

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How Do I Eat Enough Protein after WLS?

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Eating enough protein after WLS may be particularly challenging because the capacity of your stomach is much smaller and you may not feel very hungry.

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In Charge vs. In Control

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There are subtle but meaningful differences between being In Charge vs. In Control. Instead of willpower, being in charge implies conscious decision-making.

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Getting in the Zone: Discovering the Intrinsic Benefits of Physical Activity

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Being “in the zone” is the state of complete absorption in an activity, resulting in full engagement. It is incredibly energizing and a powerful way to recharge your psychological batteries.

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Mindful Relationships Part 2: Assertive Communication

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Do you use food to stuff, express, or deal with difficult or uncomfortable emotions? Assertive communication is one key to resolving this overeating trigger.

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Transforming Your Relationship with Food

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I recently had the privilege of interviewing three women who attended three different Am I Hungry? mindful eating retreats over the last year. While each is different, there are several powerful threads running through their stories. And each of them has transformed her relationship with food. Re...

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Motivation By Donuts: Using food to motivate employees

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Using food to motivate employees and donuts to lure people get to meetings on time is counterproductive and doesn't encourage workplace wellness.

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Diabetes cannot be cured, but it can be managed!

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Diabetes is a chronic disease, and despite what you read on the Internet, there is no cure. Although that sounds scary, it isn’t meant to be discouraging! It simply means that instead of hoping it will go away, diabetes must be managed by you.

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7 Tips for a Guilt-Free Holiday – the Mindful Way!

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Tired of all those "tips for a guilt-free holiday"? Here are 7 tips for eliminating guilt the mindful way!

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