Mindful Eating

“If you aren’t hungry when you start eating, how do you know when to stop?”

~ Michelle May, MD Am I Hungry?® Mindful Moment

This profound question gets to the heart of what it means to eat intuitively using mindfulness. Mindful-Intuitive eating is the practice of using innate hunger and fullness (satiety) cues to guide eating rather than eating or restricting food because of situational or emotional reasons.

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Body Acceptance

To accept your body means to:

(a) appreciate all it’s strength, form, beauty and imperfection

(b) have an awareness of your body’s needs and actively care for those needs, and

(c) protect your body from unrealistic body image ideals that permeate our culture, while undermining body-esteem.

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Mindful Eating & Body Acceptance Skills Coaching

As a Licensed Am I Hungry?® Mindful Eating Workshop Facilitator, Camerin introduces women and men to the freedom of mindful eating. As clients learn and practice with the Am I Hungry?® tools, they build skills that support a new, healthy relationship with food, which can lead to a powerful new relationship with their body!

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