New Book

Eat to Love is a joyful, non-diet approach to mindfulness, intuitive eating, and falling in love with the body you live in.

Eat to Love is not a diet book, not a “clean eating” manual, and not a guide to “being your best self.” Rather, it is a liberating path to sanity and to loving the body you have right now.

 

“Eat to Love is a Buddhist approach to conquering dieting insanity, which has insidiously infiltrated our culture and perpetuated an unnecessary source of suffering, especially for women. This refreshing and compassionate book will help heal your relationship with food, mind, and body.” Evelyn Tribole, MS, RDN, CEDRD-S, co-author of Intuitive Eating

 

 

 

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“No more neglecting the intelligence of our bodies, let Eat To Love bring nourishing ourselves back to our naturally smart, trustworthy, intuitive selves!” Emme, TV host and body image advocate (@supermodelemme)
“Combining spiritual wisdom and practical strategies, Jenna dispels the myth of ‘magical eating’ and offers a deep understanding of how to be at peace with food and one’s body. If you’re ready to consider how meditation practice can help you heal your relationship with food, this book is for you! If you’re already in the arena of spiritual practicesand view mindful eating to be a weight loss methodI implore you to learn from Jenna.” Judith Matz, LCSW; co-author of The Diet Survivor’s Handbook and Beyond a Shadow of a Diet

 

Eat to Love is a must-read for anyone who struggles with emotional eating, food obsession, and body shame while craving peace with food, self-care, and self-love. Meditation teacher and leading authority in Intuitive Eating, Jenna Hollenstein transfers the Buddhist and scientifically supported principles of mindfulness and self-compassion into an easy to understand and follow guide that promotes readers’ journeys on their Eat to Love path. Readers emerge with a rediscovery of joy inherent in eating and being in their bodies, which ultimately enhances the lives they lead.” Tracy L. Tylka, PhD, FAED; professor of psychology, The Ohio State University; editor-in-chief, Body Image: An International Journal of Research

 

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