Mindful Eating: An Interview with Dr. Lynn Rossy

What are you really hungry for? Is it food, happiness, or something else? Dr. Lynn Rossy is a clinical psychologist, expert in mindful eating, and author of the audiobook The Mindfulness Based Eating Solution. Dr. Rossy has discovered a few simple truths: diets don’t work, and mindfulness is the secret weapon that will help to revolutionize your relationship with food.

Today we’re sharing an exclusive interview with Dr. Rossy, founder of the groundbreaking program “Eat for Life.” She is the author of the acclaimed audiobook The Mindfulness-Based Eating Solution: Proven Strategies to End Overeating, Satisfy Your Hunger, and Savor Your Life. Her audiobook offers meditations you can return to again and again as well as hard science on weight loss and food. This audiobook is a must-listen for those of us who want to savor our food—and our lives.

What’s in this episode?

In this interview, Dr. Rossy offers her insights on mindfulness and specifically, mindful eating, which helps create healthy eating patterns. She talks about one of the most freeing and radical ideas in her audiobook: there are no forbidden foods. She offers some actionable tips that will help set you on the road to a healthy, nourishing relationship with food. If you’re ready to say goodbye to confusion, shame and despair, and open the door to peace, enjoyment and self-acceptance, then you’ll appreciate this lively and information-packed interview.

Lynn Rossy, PhDLynn Rossy, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist at the University of Missouri’s wellness program for faculty and staff. She developed Eat for Life, a mindfulness-based intuitive eating program that successfully helps people overcome eating issues, improve body image, and enhance weight loss. She is on the board of directors of The Center for Mindful Eating.



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This…is like talking to a wise and warmhearted friend who has the knowledge and experience to help you reclaim the natural pleasure inherent in eating. As an added bonus, it’s filled with helpful exercises and tips based on scientific studies, including the author’s own research.
Jan Chozen Bays, MD

author of "Mindful Eating"

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