January is World Mindful Eating Month. While a dedicated month is a great way to call attention to this specific type of mindfulness practice, the reality is that mindful eating has benefits 365 days a year.

I just finished creating an Audible Original course on mindful eating (via Wondrium, formerly known as The Great Courses), which I’m excited about. I’m also excited about re-sharing a mindful eating blog series I wrote in 2019, which feels like an alternate lifetime ago.

Coming soon!

To continue the mindful eating train, next week I’ll write about a subject that’s been bouncing around my brain for a while: Why mindful eating isn’t the same as “careful” eating.

Carrie Dennett, MPH, RDN, is a Pacific Northwest-based registered dietitian nutritionist, freelance writer, intuitive eating counselor, author, and speaker. Her superpowers include busting nutrition myths and empowering women to feel better in their bodies and make food choices that support pleasure, nutrition and health. This post is for informational purposes only and does not constitute individualized nutrition or medical advice.

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