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Book Review: Mindful Eating

In today’s society, it can be easy to lose track of your eating habits and even the fact that you had consumed a meal recently. The book Mindful Eating, by Jan Chozen Bays, discusses how to develop a healthier relationship surrounding food, in order for one to take steps towards a healthier life. The author utilizes a wide range of research to support claims, and summarizes the steps you can take to consume in a healthier fashion.

Key Takeaways:

  • This is a book about numerous different bad eating habits.
  • The reviewer seems to mostly agree with the book and enjoyed reading it.
  • This book seems relevant to many people even those who don’t typically care about dieting.

“When we become aware of any automatic behavior and begin paying attention to what we do, this is the first step toward mindfulness and toward change.”

Read more: https://psychcentral.com/lib/book-review-mindful-eating/

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