In this audio you will discover some of the many benefits that mindful eating can bring. Perhaps you have been struggling with the habit of overeating, or would really benefit from eating more healthily, or perhaps you have simply become used to putting too much food on your plate. Learning to eat mindfully offers you an easy and instant way out of this trap. It is an invaluable tool for anyone wanting to diet, or lose weight, and it has the added benefit of being a fantastic stress buster too.
In track one you will discover why being fully present and engaging all of your senses with every single mouthful is so important. Then in track two you will be guided through a short meditation exercise to lead you into a state of effortless mindfulness of every mouthful. For maximum benefit this track should be played regularly and preferably before you eat, to help reinforce your new habit of mindful eating.
Both tracks are designed to help you raise your awareness of how much you need to eat to turn hunger into satisfaction. It might be ten mouthfuls, or more, but the aim here is to make it much less easy to eat mindlessly, or on automatic pilot.
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About the author; Anne Marshall is author of The Health Factor: Coach Yourself to Better Health. She runs seminars in wellbeing and human potential throughout the UK and offers one to one coaching for personal development online and via Skype.
What did you like best about 10 Mouthfuls to Full? What did you like least?
The book has 2 tracks of 14 minutes each. That's all. The book is read like a hypnotist, not sure why but it is very irritating because the the content is not that bad.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
I was relieved
How could the performance have been better?
The book could have been read in a more natural way.
Do you think 10 Mouthfuls to Full needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
No, there are many better books on the subject already.
Any additional comments?
Not a life changer.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I have many small audible recordings that were worth the credit but this one is not one of them.
The voice does not resonate with me as seems too artificial. And the content is absurdly poor.
Would be less misleading if she just said we would meditate together for a few minutes. But then it would not sell would it?