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  • Published: 27 November 2017
  • ISBN: 9781611804652
  • Imprint: Shambhala
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 208
  • RRP: $27.99
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Mindful Eating

A Guide to Rediscovering a Healthy and Joyful Relationship with Food (Revised Edition)




How mindfulness can restore the healthy relationship with food we were meant to have--with striking effects on disorders such as overeating, anorexia, and bulimia--an extensively revised edition of this bestseller that includes important new data.

Food. It should be one of life’s great pleasures, yet many of us have such a conflicted relationship with it that we miss out on that most basic of satisfactions. But it is possible—and not really all that difficult—to reclaim the joy of eating, according to Dr. Jan Bays, and mindfulness is the key. Her approach involves bringing one’s full attention to the process of eating—to all the tastes, smells, thoughts, and feelings that arise during a meal. She shows how to:

· Tune into your body’s own wisdom about what, when, and how much to eat
· Eat less while feeling fully satisfied
· Identify your habits and patterns with food
· Develop a more compassionate attitude toward your struggles with eating
· Discover what you’re really hungry for

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 transform your relationship with food into one of ease and delight.

This new edition, updated throughout, contains a new chapter on how to provide children with a foundation in mindful eating that will serve them well all the rest of their lives. It also includes a link to a 75-minute on-line audio program of mindful eating exercises led by the author.

  • Pub date: 27 November 2017
  • ISBN: 9781611804652
  • Imprint: Shambhala
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 208
  • RRP: $27.99

About the Author

Jan Chozen Bays

A practicing Buddhist for more than thirty years, Jan Chozen Bays is a Zen master in the White Plum lineage of the late Japanese master Taizan Maexumi Roshi. She serves as priest and teacher at the Jizo Mountain-Great Vow Zen Monastery in Clatskanie, Oregon. She is also a practicing pediatrician who specializes in the evaluation of children for abuse and neglect.

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