Mindful Eating Articles and Vibrant Living Tips Right at Your Fingertips!
When people hear the title of my books, they often respond with something like, "I can't eat what I love without overeating!" In this short video, I explain why and how mindful eating helps.
With all the diet-hype, it is difficult to cultivate your attention and maintain your intention to make healing your relationship with food the priority over temporarily losing a few pounds.
In our weight-focused culture, the topic of mindful eating and weight loss comes up frequently. Although it is a big (and sticky) topic to write about, I strongly feel that learning to eat mindfully for the purpose of weight loss is problematic.
If you eat for emotional reasons, you probably eat in order to feel better. Eating works! Temporarily. Unfortunately, you usually feel worse afterward—emotionally and physically.
"Eat what you love" may sound like a scary idea but if one of your goals is to “eat better,” here are seven Am I Hungry? mindful eating strategies that will help.
For seventeen years, I've been saying "diets don't work" and gradually, the chorus has grown louder. But a recent study of The Biggest Loser contestants provides important new evidence about one of the many reasons that diets fail. Read on for my top ten reasons to stop dieting (and/or to stop recommending diets for your patients and clients).