Am I Hungry? Blog
When Halloween night is over, many parents are wondering, "How do I allow my kids enjoy their Halloween candy without eating too much?" The "food police" might have a very different answer for you, but here's a fearless approach to kids and Halloween candy.
Eating for emotional reasons is normal—we all do it! Food can be calming, comforting, and add pleasure to our lives, but your triggers for emotional eating can give you clues about how to meet your true needs.
We are celebrating 20 years of sharing mindful eating! Please share your response to this question: How has Am I Hungry? changed the way YOU think about eating?
I blamed myself for not being able to stick to a restrictive diet, but the diet itself was increasing my focus on food, cravings, overeating, and guilt - which just led to more overeating.
This mindful eating training presentation is for health and wellness professionals who are considering bringing mindful eating into their practices. This presentation was short but packed with mindful eating training information!
Jennifer, a smart dietitian, shares what she would tell health and wellness professionals on the fence about bringing mindful eating into their practice. As usual, she didn’t mince words!
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