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Using Mindfulness to Enjoy Eating More: Living with Diabetes
12 Mar 2014
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
FREE Teleconference Open to Everyone
Registration is closed
How can someone enjoy eating – and still manage their diabetes in a healthy way? This teleconference, led by both
, will explore ways to help individuals become more relaxed and comfortable with their food choices, while moving toward healthier and more flexible eating.
Jean Kristeller, Ph.D., developed the Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT) program, and has adapted it, in collaboration with Carla Miller, Ph.D., RD, a professor at Ohio State University, to working with diabetes (MB-EAT-D), evaluated in an NIH-funded clinical trial.
Be able to state two ways in which mindless eating is particularly dangerous for people with diabetes.
Be able to identify three ways in which mindful eating can assist with balancing eating patterns.
Understand three exercises that can be used in individuals sessions to cultivate mindful eating.
This teleconference is free and open to everyone interested in mindful eating, including professionals from all disciplines.
The Conference Access Number is: (559)726-1300
Your Conference Passcode is: 858168 #
or Skype: freeconferencecallhd.5597261300
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