Mindfulness-based eating awareness helps adolescents eat healthier foods, be more active
from Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University via ScienceDaily
Some of the simplest, safest lessons to help adolescents combat obesity may be raising their awareness of what they are eating and whether they are even hungry, researchers say. A pilot study of 40 adolescents in Richmond County, Georgia, showed that mindfulness-based eating awareness training encouraged adolescents to eat healthier and exercise more and marginalized their tendency to gain weight.
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