Mindful eating is the practice of thinking about what we eat and making the choices that will make us feel good, rather than eating on autopilot. It is so different than all of the other nutrition advice out there, and that’s what makes it so powerful. Give this episode a listen to learn more about mindful eating and how to apply it to your life.
Ever wonder why it’s so hard to change your eating habits? It seems like no matter the reason, no matter the solution, that you always end up back where you started.
All of the conflicting information out there about “how to do it” just makes it harder!
In this episode of the podcast I’m welcoming dietitian Sallyanne Pisk to talk about her revolutionary way of eating in the way that will be just right for you.
We’ll talk about all of the reasons why we eat, and how the reasons we eat play a role in whether or not you succeed in changing your habits.
We will give you a way to eat mindfully in a way that feels good.
I learned so much in this episode and I hope you do too!
Let’s dig into mindful eating
Getting started with mindful eating
In this episode you’ll learn:
What mindful eating is
The mindset shift that will help you overcome emotional eating
How to transform mindless eating into mindful eating
Success stories from the many women Sallyanne has worked with
Sallyanne Pisk has worked in health for 30 years as a practitioner, researcher and manager. She is an Accredited Practising Dietitian, mindfulness practitioner and author. For the past 10 years she has been devoted to helping women transform their eating mindset and relationship with food.
Over her career, she has presented at health conferences and participated in over 200 radio interviews, including talkback. She is a health and wellbeing presenter for the new Feisty, Fabulous & 50+ community radio program and podcast.
Sallyanne founded Eating for You, an online business, to help women reclaim themselves and their lives through mindful eating and living. The Eating for You approach is based on scientific research, Eastern nutrition and Sallyanne’s own experiences of transitioning from dieting to mindful eating herself, as she realised that healthy eating wasn’t meant to be so hard. Sallyanne has a private community of over 2000 members.
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