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 M Clingan

Cynthia Clingan is a licensed professional clinical counselor in Columbus, Ohio who offers somatic psychotherapy, spiritual coaching, and meditation and mindfulness instruction.
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