Many of us have internalized outdated scarcity beliefs that drive us to over-consume even when food is plentiful. This is the Abundance Paradox.
MyPlate for diabetes: We designed this Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat with Diabetes Plate to help people with diabetes apply MyPlate tools.
Do you use food to stuff, express, or deal with difficult or uncomfortable emotions? Assertive communication is one key to resolving this overeating trigger.
Your personal boundaries have an important impact on your eating. Are your boundaries rigid, permeable, or flexible?
Experiment with eating speed bumps that slow you down and interrupt mindless, automatic eating so you can think and respond mindfully.
A fear of eating carbs with diabetes can undermine your ability to make mindful decisions based on self-care. Learn how to overcome a fear of carbohydrates.
Many people eat when they're stressed. Although eating is always an option (really!), here are five steps for what to do instead of stress eating.
Seemingly permissive advice like "It's OK to indulge yourself once in awhile with a treat" is loaded with restrictive messages. Consider the implications...
Do you feel hungry all the time? Do you want to eat constantly? Here's a mental checklist of 10 questions to ask yourself to figure out why.
If you are not able to identify hunger, you'll have difficulty identifying hypoglycemia when you're on diabetes medication. Mindful eating helps!