Tools and Resources to Share Mindful Eating
Mindful eating resources to make it easy for you to share powerful mindful eating concepts and skills with your clients, patients, and employees.
This series of complimentary, one-page, ready-to-reprint-or-post mindful eating articles and companion graphics are perfect for your:
- Health, nutrition, and fitness newsletters, blogs, and websites
- Online or print newspapers, magazines, and company newsletters
- Patient education or healthy lifestyle handouts
Download a sample article: Hunger is the Best Seasoning.
Click on GET IT NOW button on the right to receive these articles in your inbox AND we’ll deliver the What Is Mindful Eating? Powerpoint bonus.
This brief PowerPoint is for use by health professionals who wish to offer a basic introduction to mindful eating. The deck includes a definition and goals for mindful eating, a summary of the evidence-based benefits, an explanation of how mindful eating helps, who benefits from the practice, and resources for additional information.
Click on GET IT NOW button on the right to receive ready-to-reprint Mindful Eating Articles and the What is Mindful Eating PowerPoint slides.
Mindful Eating Mini-Series for Health and Wellness Professionals
Join us for this special mini-series for health and wellness professionals who want to increase and clarify their understanding of mindful eating and how it can help those they work with. We’ll send you one email a week with a mini-lesson and bonuses resources.
This complimentary webinar series will deepen your understanding of how to help others transform their relationship with food and develop positive self-care behaviors at any size. Designed to support health and wellness professionals, these webinars cover a range of topics on mindful eating, weight-neutrality, and related subjects.
Our Mindful Eating White Papers will provide you with new insights and evidence behind the need for a paradigm shift in the health and wellness field. You’ll also understand how a non-diet, weight-neutral, mindfulness-based approach to well-being can create lasting change that empowers individuals to invest fully in their lives and work.
Receive eye-opening and inspiring articles by founder Michelle May, M.D. Subscribe to our complimentary e-newsletter and you’ll also receive “101 Things to Do Besides Eat.”
A growing body of data supports the ineffectiveness of diets and weight-focused programs, and the effectiveness of a non-diet, weight-neutral, mindfulness-based approach.
Am I Hungry? Training makes it possible for you to offer mindful eating programs in your community, clinical office, workplace, or university. The Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Program will help your clients, patients, employees, or students establish a mindful, balanced lifestyle that supports optimal well-being. We offer mindful eating programs and training for yo-yo dieting, binge eating, bariatric surgery, diabetes, college students, and yoga practitioners.
Continuing Education Credits (CEs, CEUs) are available for dietitians and coaches from the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) and Wellcoaches.
Chapter 1 Downloads
The best way to introduce your patients or clients to mindful eating is to recommend that they read one of the books in the Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat book series. They may be more likely to take your suggestion when you offer them a free sample chapter first!
You’ll find forms for each of the free chapter 1 downloads here.
Other Resources for Health and Wellness Professionals
Choose the resources that are most helpful to you and your clients or patients.
Mindful Eating Program
Mindful Eating and Prediabetes and Diabetes
Mindful Eating Program for Bariatric Surgery
Mindful Eating for Binge Eating
Mindful Eating for Students
Mindful Eating and Yoga Instructors