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This book is written so well, very good information.
World famous Buddhist author Thich Nhat Hanh teams up with Harvard's Dr. Lilian Cheung in this book which is sure to make you stop and think about your eating habits.
The book illustrates the way bringing the skills of Mindfulness to our eating habits can help us make choices that lead to greater health and happiness.
I learned to eat when sated. I no longer eat until I'm full, and can't stand the feeling of gluttony- on a physical level.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
sensible and holistic view on mindful eating and positive life style practices, very good teachings.Published 1 month ago by Edwin L. Lopez
This is very thoughtful, deep writing. It seems something new pops out when I reread sections. I'm putting to practice the instruction just a little at a time without effort. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robin
One of the most thoughtful books on eating - ever. I really appreciate the expertise and clarity as well as the spiritual focus. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marcia V. Ormsby
Good for those just starting with mindfulness training. Love the writing style and content, but those attempting to lose weight will probably need other support than this book.Published 2 months ago by Rose in Redding
The information in this book makes a lot of sense, and does help one to slow down, even if just for a meal. I liked this book.Published 3 months ago by MissM