How we eat can be as important as what we eat.
As a society, we are placing less and less emphasis on the timeless tradition of enjoying a good meal with good company. We eat while driving, watching TV, or staring at our phones.
But how does this affect our health, our weight, and our relationships?
My guest this week is a clinical psychologist who has dedicated her career to encouraging the practice of eating mindfully. She’s found in her practice that mindless eating is a major cause of anxiety, weight gain, relationship issues, and even hanger- the combination of hunger and anger that we’ve all experienced at one time or another.
So if you have issues with food, aren’t happy with your family’s mealtime practices, or maybe you’re just tired of being hangry all the time, then this episode is for you.
Please join me and Dr. Susan Albers as we discuss Eating Mindfully and Hanger Management.