Could the foundation of a good diet have less to do with what you eat - and more to do with how you eat it? According to Dr. Susan Albers, a specialist in eating disorders, the key to transforming our relationship with food lies in learning to take charge of our minds-not our forks-through an intimate understanding of the ins and outs of hunger in all its aspects. In The Mindful Appetite, she presents teachings and guided exercises for mastering the art of "conscious eating"- or attending to the constant cues our bodies and minds offer to help us make smart, healthy choices at the table.
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Yes, I enjoyed the book and thought the ideas were good to try. At first, I thought 2 hours was a very short book to use my credit on, but I plan to re-listen to this book as I found it very fun. The author uses stories from her personal life, examples from clients and some activities to try while listening. I found it all very useful, the content complemented itself.
I really liked the fact that the author narrated the book. She was very non-judgmental and had a calming voice which made listening to the audiobook enjoyable.
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