March is National Nutrition Month


National Nutrition Month® is a nutrition education and information campaign created annually in March by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The campaign focuses on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. 







No More Food labels! Coaching Clients Towards Non-judgment

February 1, 2016 | Megrette Fletcher, M.Ed, RD, CDE

How can clients learn to coach themselves away from fear, blame and shame? Explore the benefits of nonjudgment and mindful eating to promote improved food and eating choices. Join Megrette Fletcher, M.Ed, RD, CDE, 2013-2016 Center for Mindful Eating President, as she explores how mindful eating training can decrease the cycle of self-judgment and shame. 

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More FREE Teleconferences on Mindful Eating

Eating for Nutrition AND Pleasure

November 14, 2012 - Jean L. Kristeller, PhD
Can I eat both for pleasure and health? Yes – because eating for quality, rather than quantity, is good for both the body and the ‘soul’. This program will explore how to choose foods and amounts of food to keep a balance of energy, health and well-being.


Mindful Eating: For The Health Of It!

May 14, 2013 - Megrette Fletcher M.Ed., RD. CDE
Can mindful eating promote health and well being? Join Megrette Fletcher as she reviews 6 key concepts about how mindful eating can help us break down barriers and reconnect with our direct experience.

Eating for Quality, Not Quantity: The Magic of Our Sense of Taste

July 23, 2014 - Jean Kristeller, PhD
Our taste buds provide us powerful feedback of how much we are enjoying our food. However, when we are eating mindlessly, often we engage the memory of these foods, rather than savoring our immediate experience. Mindfulness is powerful not only in helping individuals better discern their preferences for certain foods, but as a powerful component to decide when to stop eating. This program will review the basic physiological and psychological processes involved in taste awareness and satiety, and review ways to help individuals cultivate their “inner gourmet”.




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