This book looks at how we can improve our eating habits just by thinking about them a little more. Pickung u on the ‘living in the moment’ concept, and generally taking some time to enjoy what you have and appreciate what you’ve got, you can get a grip on bad eating habits by just slowing down… this book can help you do it.
Savour; Mindful eating, Mindful life is by Thich Nhat Hanh and Dr. Lillian Cheung. Thich Nhat Hanh is part of the “engaged Buddhism” movement. His life has been dedicated to the work of inner transformation for the benefit of individuals and society. Exiled from Vietnam, he founded Plum Village, a Buddhist community in exile, in France in 1982. From here he continues his work to alleviate suffering of Vietnamese refugees but also teaches Buddhism and meditation.
Dr. Cheung is a Lecturer, Director of Health Promotion & Communication, and Editorial Director of The Nutrition Source website (www.thenutritionsource.org) at the Harvard School of Public Health’s Department of Nutrition. Her work focuses on translating nutrition science into multimedia resources and community programs that help children, adults, and families lead healthier lives.