Shifting to mindfulness-based eating

Last Modified: 2/24/2021

Before and during the pandemic, our distracted population has developed a tendency to rush through meals, consume but not savor, and eat to calm emotions rather than quell hunger. In an effort to offer tactics for slowing down at the dining table, Dave Johnson, PhD, CNS, BC, LMFT, employee assistance specialist, Parkview Health, spoke with Laura Oyer, PhD, HSSP, psychologist, Park Center. Her approach to meals is focused on tuning into your body through a thoughtful pause or journaling. Slowing down can be a delicious way to consume less and enjoy more.

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