Mindful Eating Recommended Reading:
by Thich Nhat Hanh and Dr. Lilian Cheung
In Savor, world renowned Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh and Harvard nutritionist Dr. Lilian Cheung will guide you through the practice of uniting your body and mind in the present, in order that you may achieve your health and spiritual goals.
by Thich Nhat Hanh
Encouraging readers to be intelligent and skillful in their practice, this new collection by Thich Nhat Hanh outlines the essential steps by which we can all obtain real and lasting happiness. Each day, we perform the tasks of everyday life without thought or awareness — walking, sitting, working, eating, driving, and much more. But Hanh points out that if we remain truly aware of our actions, no matter the task we’re performing, we can stay engaged in our lives and better our outlook through mindfulness. This key practice is the foundation for this accessible, easy-to-understand volume, and an invaluable tool for change for both seasoned Buddhist practitioners and lay readers interested in bettering their lives through full awareness.
By Susan Albers
In this new edition of Eating Mindfully, Susan Albers gives more advice to those who truly care about what they eat. This book will help the consumer understand that the choices we make each day about what we buy have differing impacts on the world around us and on our own health. If you want to be healthy and care about a healthy planet, this is a book that will help you. -Jane Goodall
Mindful Eating 101
By Susan Albers
In this book, Dr. Susan Albers, brings her unique approach to college students, their parents, and college staff. Using the principles of mindfulness, Dr. Albers presents a guide to healthy eating and self acceptance that will help readers navigate the weight obsessed, diet crazed, high pressured, fast food saturated college environment, establishing patterns of eating that will form the groundwork for a healthier life well beyond college.
By Jan Chozen Bays
The art of mindfulness can transform our struggles with food—and renew our sense of pleasure, appreciation, and satisfaction with eating. Drawing on recent research and integrating her experiences as a physician and meditation teacher, Dr. Jan Bays offers a wonderfully clear presentation of what mindfulness is and how it can help with food issues.
Mindful eating is an approach that involves bringing one’s full attention to the process of eating—to all the tastes, smells, thoughts, and feelings that arise during a meal. Whether you are overweight, suffer from an eating disorder, or just want to get more out of life, this book offers a simple tool that can make a remarkable difference.
By Brian Wansink
In this much-talked-about book, eating behavior expert Brian Wansink revolutionizes our awareness of how much, what, and why we’re eating-often without even realizing it. His findings will astound you. He shows easiest solution to bad Mindless Eating, is not mindful eating, it is in making small changes so we Mindlessly eat less. From bad Mindless Eating to good Mindless Eating.