Mindful Eating: Stop the Overeating Cycle!

Date:February 12,2013
Time:07:00 PM
Cost:$20

Description:

Have you ever finished a candy bar and wished you had another bite? Have you ever looked down and noticed you just finished the entire snack bag without realizing it? Did you feel completely miserable and stuffed after the Thanksgiving meal? These are all symptoms of mindless eating. We've all hear that we should eat more mindfully, but what exactly does that mean… and how do we do it? This webinar will discuss what mindful (and mindless!) eating is and how eating with more awareness can help prevent you from unconsciously overeating - and wrecking all that hard work you do in training and on the Core Diet!

What You Will Learn:

(1)What mindful eating is and how to practice it;

(2) What mindless eating is and how to avoid it;

(3)10 tips on how to change your environment to help prevent overeating;

(4) We will be doing "The Raisin Exercise." You will need a dried fruit, such as a raisin, apricot, or date. Be prepared!

Registration:

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About the presenter:

Rachel Gargano is a Registered Dietitian, board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, and Wellness Coach. She holds an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science, masters in Nutrition Communications, and completed her dietetic internship at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA. Rachel believes that nutrition fuels our bodies both physically and mentally. That ultimate performance both in the office and on the field is based on what we choose to put in our mouth. Her philosophy is that nutrition is not a one-size-fits all; every person has unique goals, abilities, and lifestyle that deserve a personalized approach. Our bodies are made to function in wholeness and wellness; and healthy eating shouldn't be a chore, but natural and intuitive. As a life-long athlete and ultimate love of sports, Rachel has been involved in many athletic disciplines; from competitive gymnastics and all-around track and field to triathlons and running. She has completed a 70.3 ironman, many triathlons, marathons, fistfulls of shorter distance races, as well as team long-distance relay races.