Healthy eating and sustainable nutrition through mindfulness? Mixed method results of a controlled intervention study

@article{Stanszus2019HealthyEA,
  title={Healthy eating and sustainable nutrition through mindfulness? Mixed method results of a controlled intervention study},
  author={L. Stanszus and P. Frank and S. M. Geiger},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2019},
  volume={141}
}
  • L. Stanszus, P. Frank, S. M. Geiger
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Appetite
  • Mindless eating is at the core of many ecological and social problems associated with modern nutritional behavior. Mindfulness training has been proven to be an efficient means for improving healthy nutrition. First, it enables reconnection with internal hunger and satiety cues, instead of external cues. Second, it supports making deliberate choices against unconscious eating patterns. It is less clear whether training in mindfulness can be similarly effective for sustainable nutritional habits… CONTINUE READING
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