Mindful Eating?

The Eating Coach Program is based on the principles of Mindful Eating

We eat and work. 

We eat and drive. 

We eat because we are bored.

We grab a stale doughnut on the way through the break room and don't remember doing it by the time we hit the hallway.

Learning to recognize when you are eating and why you are eating is the key to understanding how to change those behaviors.  If you change a few behaviors, you don't have to give up the foods you love to lose weight.  You will naturally eat less of them and enjoy the experience of eating more.  (Plus, you won't be wracked with guilt!  How great would that be??)

If you reduce your intake by 9 bites a day, you will lose one half to one pound per week.  It doesn't matter if you cut back on the pizza or cut back on the salad -- just 9 bites is all it takes.

How do you find those 9 bites?  Click here to head to the blog and find out.

I coach clients to omit needless food. You know...the stuff that you don't really want in the first place! Whether you get too full or graze so you are never hungry and never full -- there are calories there you can leave uneaten (without feeling deprived!) so you can lose weight.

It's not about giving up the foods you love! I encourage you to eat those foods!

Coaching can take place individually or in small groups, in person or over the phone.

Much like having a financial planner help you develop a road map to retirement even though you can balance your checkbook, having an Eating Coach gives you a fresh set of eyes to look at your behaviors, helps you set realistic goals, and keeps you on track with knowledge, accountability and encouragement.


  1. I've been trying to go gluten free on the basic foods like cereal, breads and desserts. It's been 2 weeks since I've started and feeling good results! My large intestine is happier as well as the scale! It's been fun finding new recipes and preparing foods that are gluten free. Looks like I've found a new hobby! :-)

  2. Love it, Bernie! You are the second person in two days that has made the comment they are having FUN working on making changes to their eating behaviors! I think fun/adventure/experimentation are great motivators!

    If it's not a matter of life and death (and most of the time, it is not), approaching eating behaviors with a sense of exploration is a great approach to help you celebrate your successes and move past the experiments that just didn't work out the way you thought they would :)