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!
Video description: Many health and wellness professionals struggle with food PLUS the shame of believing they should know better. My conversation with Jennifer addressed this common question: “What if I still struggle with my eating?” (Listen closely to the part where she talks about craving fros...
There’s a simple phrase I sometimes use—sometimes out loud but usually to myself—that can keep me stuck in an old pattern. (I know I’m not the only one; I’ll introduce you to Jennifer in a moment.)
I recently had a brilliant conversation with Jennifer, a dietitian and relatively new Am I Hungry? licensee. Jennifer shared with me that she initially believed mindful eating was just paying more attention to what you eat and was even teaching that to her clients. I want you to hear, in her word...
Those charts that convert minutes of exercise into calories turn exercise into punishment for eating. Exercise is for health, vitality, and fun, not for earning the right to eat!
Last week I was on the phone with a smart professional who’s really good at what he does. As often happens when people find out what I do, he shared what he’s tried in the past to control his eating, including some of the advice he’d been given by various people.