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Things I did when I was hangry : navigating a peaceful relationship with food / Annie Mahon.

Mahon, Annie, author. (Author).
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Noble County Public Library - East Location 613.2 MAH (Text) 38131004169941 NCPLE-Non-fiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781937006983
  • Physical Description: 245 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Publisher: Berkeley, California : Parallax Press, 2015.

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Summary, etc.: After years of struggling with eating disorders and anxiety around food and eating, Annie Mahon figured that having a path, any path, would be helpful. When she read The Miracle of Mindfulness by Thich Nhat Hanh, she found a path that not only changed her (and her family's) relationship with food, but also transformed nearly every aspect of her life. In I Ate the Whole Mango, Annie shares her path to mindful cooking and eating. With humor and I Ate the Whole Mango fits together like a wheel, rather than sequential steps. Readers are invited to just jump in and take what works for them.Each section has a short humorous story about Annie's own journey toward more conscious cooking and eating. She shares practices for developing mindfulness that will support more ease around food, and journal questions to help you look more deeply at the roots of your thinking about food, cooking, and eating. Simple, delicious, vegan recipes compliment each section, demonstrating mindful alternatives for every meal and many eating challenges, including eating at work and school, eating at restaurants and on vacation, and mindfully feeding friends and entertaining.Mindful eating has been shown to improve body acceptance, diminish negative self-talk and support weight loss. Mindful cooking is a mindfulness practice in itself, creating more ease in our day-to-day lives. Annie Mahon's recipes and suggestions are scaffolding anyone can use to build their own mindful kitchen and eating practices.
Subject: Nutrition.
Food habits > Psychological aspects.
Self-care, Health.

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