Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat
Discover how mindful eating can help you live the full, vibrant life you crave - without dieting!
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Break free from diet-obsessed culture and finally learn how to manage your eating without deprivation or guilt.
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Live the full, vibrant life you crave!
Yes! You can learn to eat the foods you love without guilt or fear of losing control.
Stop obsessing about food and weight—and free your energy to create the big life you crave.
Mindful eating means no more measuring, counting, logging, deprivation, or guilt. You’ll discover a simple yet powerful approach for deciding when, what, and how much to eat—and never diet again!
Mindful Eating is for Everyone
No matter where you are on your journey, mindful eating can help. Choose an option below to learn more.
Replace restrictive eating plans with intuitive decision-making
Is it really possible to live the big, vibrant life you crave? Yes! You can learn to eat what you love and love what you eat.
The Mindful Eating Cycle is a simple model to increase your awareness of the hundred of eating decisions you make every day.
Instead of following restrictive eating plans that aren’t sustainable (and therefore don’t work), the Mindful Eating Cycle prompts you to ask questions to tune in to your physical sensations, thoughts, and feelings to help you respond and meet your needs.
The Mindful Eating Cycle consists of the following six questions:
Why do I eat? What is driving my eating cycle at any given time?
When do I feel like eating? When do I think about food? When do I decide to eat?
What do I eat? What do I choose from all the available options?
How do I eat? Specifically, how do I get the food I’ve chosen into my body?
How much do I eat? In other words, when do I stop?
Where do I invest the energy I’ve consumed? Do I use it to practice self- care for my body, mind, heart, and spirit?
Meet Dr. Michelle May
Michelle May, M.D., CSP, a physician, mindful eating speaker, and recovered yo-yo dieter empowers others to take charge of their lives and end chronic dieting and overeating without deprivation and guilt. Her authenticity and passion for mindful eating stems from her own personal struggle with food and body image. After years of ineffective yo-yo dieting, she developed a mindful, non-diet approach to food, movement, and self-care.