Free Online Talk about Mindless Eating


This series has already started, but I wanted to make you aware of the opportunity. The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM) has a weekly teleseminar series.

I try to tune in to these when I can. It’s free to listen to the interviews at their time of broadcast every Wednesday at 5pm EDT (this one runs Aug 3rd – Sept 7th) if you sign up on through this NICABM page. Go to this page to see the speaker list, or if you want a subscription that allows you to listen to archived sessions or read transcripts. I like these offerings because as someone interested in integrated health care, I get a no-risk introduction to some interesting ideas and experts, and their books, for further investigation. This week’s speaker sounds like a good one!

Aug 10: Brian Wansink, PhD

John Dyson Endowed Chair in the Applied Economics and Management Department at Cornell University and Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab 

Mindless Eating: How Environmental Cues Affect Our Food Choices

  • We Make 200 Food Choices a Day: How to Make the Right Ones
  • Food Psychology: Why We Eat What We Eat
  • The Mindless Margin: How to Lose Weight Mindlessly
  • Devious Experiments that Shed Light on Our Most Surprising Habits
  • How to Re-program Habits to Eat Healthier

Enjoy the show and comment below. Do you think it’s worthwhile content? What was the most interesting fact you heard?

About Cynthia Clingan

Cynthia Clingan is a personal coach and licensed professional clinical counselor in Columbus, Ohio who teaches mindfulness meditation for beginners.
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