Badger’s Story: Food wasn’t my problem; it was my symptom
After Stephanie (everyone calls her Badger) attended an Am I Hungry? mindful eating retreat, she had a huge aha: Food wasn’t my problem; it was my symptom. You see, Badger was in a difficult marriage, and food was helping her through. It wasn’t until she realized that food was providing comfort and distraction that she
Jennifer’s Story: Breaking down the myths of mindful eating
Jennifer Hnat, RDN, LD, is an experienced dietitian who thought she knew what mindful eating was about and believed she had a healthy relationship with food. As she shares in this deeply personal conversation, “incorporating the mindful eating skills I learned during the Am I Hungry? mindful eating training in my private practice completely changed
Dawn’s Story: Mindful eating and yoga taught her how to listen to her body
In this heartfelt conversation with Dr. Michelle May, Dawn Hopkins talks about her struggle with disordered eating and body image, and how mindful eating and yoga brought her healing, including through a diagnosis of breast cancer.
Judy’s Story: How mindful eating helps with the holidays
Judy had struggled with yo-yo dieting for many years before she was introduced to the Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Program by her family physician. Listen as Judy shares how she uses mindful eating techniques to manage her eating during the holidays – and change her life!
Lisa’s Story: Self Care Coach
With twenty years of coaching experience, Lisa Capehart calls herself a “Self Care Coach.” But it wasn’t always that way. Lisa started dieting at an early age and clearly remembers taking boiled eggs to school in her lunchbox in the fourth grade. She continued to diet off and on until her son was born. She
Jessie’s Story: Putting the pieces together
During this authentic and inspiring interview, Jessie openly discusses her struggle with an eating disorder and her discovery of yoga and mindful eating.
Bernadette’s Story: From a Program to a Process
Like many of us, Bernadette’s journey included body shame, rigid eating, and emotional eating. In this interview, she described this way: Food was something I treated myself to or tortured myself with. While searching for answers after following a very rigid but only temporarily successful diet, she came across the free chapter 1 download of
Cheryl’s Story: Finding joy by showing up
“I always thought that happiness was what happened when you got what you wanted,” Cheryl Harris MPH, RD explains in this interview. Then she learned about finding joy by showing up.