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“More and more research points to mindfulness—not certain foods—for weight loss,” ran the Washington Post headline in March.
“Mindful eating means that you tune in to hunger signals so you only eat when you’re hungry and stop eating when you’re satisfied,” says Evan Forman, professor of psychology at Drexel University. “It also teaches people to slow down and to not eat out of boredom or in an automatic, mindless way. And research shows that it seems to be helpful for those people who struggle with binge eating.”