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Raising a Mindful Eater in a Mindless Eating World Whether your child is obsessed with sweets, a big (or small) eater, or you simply want to avoid future eating problems, you are in the right place. In How to Raise a Mindful Eater, family nutrition expert Maryann Jacobsen shows you step-by-step how to nurture your child's emerging relationship with food. The book pinpoints Raising a Mindful Eater in a Mindless Eating World Whether your child is obsessed with sweets, a big (or small) eater, or you simply want to avoid future eating problems, you are in the right place. In How to Raise a Mindful Eater, family nutrition expert Maryann Jacobsen shows you step-by-step how to nurture your child's emerging relationship with food. The book pinpoints 8 Powerful Principles that give you the best shot at raising a mindful eater, someone who listens to their body, eats for nourishment and enjoyment, and naturally eats in moderation. The book will teach you how to: Encourage an Internal Approach to Eating: Discover how to structure meals, set limits, help children eat based on internal cues of hunger and fullness, and pay attention while eating. Balance Food for Nourishment and Enjoyment: Find lasting ways to make nutrition rewarding, sweets less desirable, and eating well a pleasurable experience. Teach Body Appreciation and Self Care: Uncover secrets to teaching body appreciation, dealing with weight issues, combating the media's Thin Ideal, and nurturing self care. Ensure Mental and Emotional Happiness: Escape barriers to raising mindful eaters such as stress, poor self-regulation, dealing with difficult feelings, and a lack of connection between parent and child."


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Raising a Mindful Eater in a Mindless Eating World Whether your child is obsessed with sweets, a big (or small) eater, or you simply want to avoid future eating problems, you are in the right place. In How to Raise a Mindful Eater, family nutrition expert Maryann Jacobsen shows you step-by-step how to nurture your child's emerging relationship with food. The book pinpoints Raising a Mindful Eater in a Mindless Eating World Whether your child is obsessed with sweets, a big (or small) eater, or you simply want to avoid future eating problems, you are in the right place. In How to Raise a Mindful Eater, family nutrition expert Maryann Jacobsen shows you step-by-step how to nurture your child's emerging relationship with food. The book pinpoints 8 Powerful Principles that give you the best shot at raising a mindful eater, someone who listens to their body, eats for nourishment and enjoyment, and naturally eats in moderation. The book will teach you how to: Encourage an Internal Approach to Eating: Discover how to structure meals, set limits, help children eat based on internal cues of hunger and fullness, and pay attention while eating. Balance Food for Nourishment and Enjoyment: Find lasting ways to make nutrition rewarding, sweets less desirable, and eating well a pleasurable experience. Teach Body Appreciation and Self Care: Uncover secrets to teaching body appreciation, dealing with weight issues, combating the media's Thin Ideal, and nurturing self care. Ensure Mental and Emotional Happiness: Escape barriers to raising mindful eaters such as stress, poor self-regulation, dealing with difficult feelings, and a lack of connection between parent and child."

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Katharine

    This is a FANTASTIC resource for all parents. I’m an RD (and mom!) and a huge advocate of Ellyn Satter’s division of responsibility with feeding- this book not only supports those principles, but does it in such a relaxed, easy-to-understand manner- and is just as packed with excellent supporting research and sources. I think this book actually does a better job of breaking down difficult topics, like weight stigma and the food-emotion connection, and it’s very compatible with the Intuitive Eati This is a FANTASTIC resource for all parents. I’m an RD (and mom!) and a huge advocate of Ellyn Satter’s division of responsibility with feeding- this book not only supports those principles, but does it in such a relaxed, easy-to-understand manner- and is just as packed with excellent supporting research and sources. I think this book actually does a better job of breaking down difficult topics, like weight stigma and the food-emotion connection, and it’s very compatible with the Intuitive Eating/HAES paradigm. I would recommend it to any parent or RD who works with children/families. I really enjoyed reading it, and I picked up lots of new tidbits to use personally and professionally!

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    Emily

    While we were already doing a lot of the things the book recommended, there were definitely still things I learned. Good principles for both kids and adults.

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