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Mindful Eating
Tuning In to Your Food

by Megrette Hammond, M.Ed., R.D., C.D.E.

Molly Kellogg, licensed clinical social worker and registered dietitian, notes that an objective viewpoint “may enable you to see where to modify the choices around your diabetes management so it works for you.” She further notes that “when a person does this, it becomes a thought-out decision that feels better, more in control.” And becoming aware of what you can control is a big step toward changing habitual, potentially harmful patterns around food and health.

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