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...
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Changing your initial thoughts changes everything that follows. Now I want to circle back and explain what this has to do with your resolutions and how you can make real change this year.
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