[E-Book] Ï Nourishing Wisdom: A Mind-Body Approach to Nutrition and Well-Being | by ☆ Marc David #2020

  • Title: Nourishing Wisdom: A Mind-Body Approach to Nutrition and Well-Being
  • Author: Marc David
  • ISBN: 9780517881293
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback

  • Nourishing Wisdom: A Mind-Body Approach to Nutrition and Well-Being By Marc David Marc David eloquently describes the importance of addressing the emotional and spiritual aspects of our lives in order to truly nourish ourselves Dean Ornish, M.D Combining the principles of nutritional awareness, personal growth, and body psychology, Nourishing Wisdom provides practical methods for redefining the role food plays in our lives Line drawings.
    Marc David
    Marc David is the Founder and Director of The Institute for the Psychology of Eating and the author of The Slow Down Diet Eating for Pleasure, Energy, and Weight Loss, and Nourishing Wisdom A Mind Body Approach to Nutrition and Well Being A nationally recognized teacher, speaker and corporate consultant, Marc presents his expertise in nutritional medicine, the psychology of eating, and the science of yoga in a fresh and innovative way His humorous, engaging, and informative speaking style have made him a popular and well loved presenter and his non dogmatic approach to nutrition appeals to a wide audience of eaters who are looking for positive, inspiring, and innovative messages about food and metabolism.Marc earned his M.A at Sonoma State University specializing in the Psychology of Eating and trained at the Harvard Mind Body Medical Institute and SUNY Upstate Medical School He was a long time nutritionist and presenter with Canyon Ranch Resorts, the 1 health spa in the world, and the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health Marc has presented in numerous professional settings including Harvard, The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine, The Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and has been featured on CNN and NBC He also serves on the editorial staff of Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, the most respected peer reviewed journal for complimentary and alternative medicine.Marc was a senior consultant to the Johnson Johnson Corporation in natural health ventures and consulted to the Disney Company in health related program and product development Articles, interviews and special mention of his work have appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times, Chicago Times, New York Daily News, McCalls, Glamour, Eating Well, Utne Reader, The Sun, Yoga Journal, Bon Appetit, and Grace Woman Marc resides in Boulder, Colorado.

    Nourishing Wisdom: A Mind-Body Approach to Nutrition and Well-Being By Marc David


    I would give it 3.5 stars if I could The first part of the book was a turn off Apparently, David thinks that the missing element from eating is our relationship with God and our recognition of ourselves as manifestations of the divine.Yeah So helpful Thanks.Anyway, he does have some helpful information in this book Some of what I found helpful By telling you to avoid meat, for example, some vegetarian proponents are not only asking you to eliminate it because it is harmful to health, they are te [...]

    Jeanine Mills
    It took a very long time 2 months to read this less than 200 page book by Marc David, a nutritional psychologist The beginning was difficult to get through, but the second half I found well worth the read From the chapter 9 titled The Nature of Habits is when the book came together and started to offer some really interesting and useful perspectives in addressing relationships to food The author is definitely a proponent of mindful or conscious eating He also does a good job of remaining nonjudg [...]

    Carol Cottrill
    Marc David s book, Nourishing Wisdom changed the way I a practicing nutritional consultant look at nutrition A must read for anyone interested in embracing a truly holistic approach to nutrition and overall health of mind and body.

    Kazik Czubernat
    Best book on nutrition I ve read in my life Also the only one so far All jokes aside thoughGot the book cheap on my e reader and was pleasantly satisfied There is no preaching about what works best for nutrition and no claims of the perfect this, you must do this It reinforces that everyone has to find what works for them and that your body s requirements are always changing The tie in with our emotions and what might be going on in our lives was also a very new aspect for me, and it seems to ma [...]

    William Ingram
    Purposeful eating This book is perfect for anyone serious about learning the mind and body connection with food The author educates with insight and humor about how and why our eating habits control our lives and vice versa The spiritual and psychological insights espoused are pitch perfect and should be taught to all children Stop dieting Learn who you are and why you eat what you do This book will show you ways to improve your entire well being with awareness.

    Each of us uses food or other popular substances to play out our hunger for the spiritual source Alcoholics booze, eating disordered food, addict drugs Diet will vary fro m person to person, from one week to the next, and no matter what happens, nothing will stay the same for long Tolerance and respect for the food preferences of others is a crucial ingredient of eating When food ceases to nourish, a deeper source of nourishment must be found Health comes not only from eating good foods, but fro [...]

    Parker Loesch
    It a good read for people who are interested in the holistic approach to food and self transformation Although it lack is conversations around food and the environment, and the holistic nature of simply talking about where our food comes from, who picked our food, and were they paid fairly I was, in addition, craving how an individuals relationship to food can transform, not only the self image and self love through our relationship to food, but also the ethical implication that come with eating [...]

    A welcome salve to the food rule craziness of our modern culture The book aims to dispel all of the unhealthy ways we approach food, following strict rules, breaking down food into nutrients, and confusing self worth with the food we eat I certainly identified with some of the unhealthy and damaging cycles we can fall into around food A great book, it s only detraction is that it feels a little too self helpy, with key points and reflection questions at the end of each chapter.A quick read, and [...]

    I read this book after reading The Slow Down Diet also by Marc David and would actually recommend reading Nourishing Wisdom first I believe this is the order they were written Both have incredible material This book is packed with information but also light and simple Marc shows us how our relationship with food is far beyond the general scope we commonly know Each chapter is a simple read and he follows each chapter with the key points and then a series of reflections to ponder, self assess and [...]

    After reading his Slow Down Diet, I wanted to read from him, so picked up this book.I liked it but not quite as much What I think was valuable about this book was that it was broader in its focus and concepts Not just about eating mindfully, it s about broader food nutrition lifestyle His writing is good, concepts are both scientifically sourced and intuitively sound, and I enjoyed it a lot It was a nice follow up and helped round out my recent interest in this reading category.

    This book really did offer quite a bit of mind body eating wisdom Far from being a specific approach, it s of a paradigm for viewing oneself and one s relationship with the body and food I appreciated how balanced and grounded I felt after reading it In my efforts to heal and nourish my body, I ve come across a lot of books that promise the best way or the only way to eat live heal This book helped me identify with my own body and my own experience to determine the best ways to calmly nourish m [...]

    This is a psychology of eating book It doesn t have any specific eating suggestions but I am including it in the cooking shelf because it has to do with food I thought the book was interesting It talks about why we eat, how food nourishes us, and how to overcome negative habits with regard to eating.

    This is about food This is also about what it is to be a physical form in this world, and the factors involved in our nourishment and growth His viewpoint on nutrition is pointing at the Truth imo As eaters everyone should read or at least skim this book Bringing awareness to our eating can be transformative on many levels.

    Kasey Jueds
    Maybe not quite as wonderfully amazing as The Slow Down Diet, but still wonderful and amazing I love the way Marc David writes about food and nutrition he definitely seems to understand, in a deep way, the food as spiritual practice idea, and the way he talks about our relationship with what we eat is moving and thoughtful and often surprising.

    kind to yourselfy to give your body what it wantsrategies for dealing with cravings and not judging them.elines for ordered eating Each chapter has exercises, or experiments, to do, plus bullet list of key points to takeaway from the chapter.

    An insightful, engaging little book on emotional, psychological, physical and spiritual aspects of eating It s really blowing open the idea of whole body mind spirit nourishment for me I wish I d read this when I was eighteen I would honestly recommend this book to everyone who eats.

    I ve struggled with finding a sane, holistic approach to food for ages I love the mind body connection and the spiritual and yet practical way Marc talks about this am interested in his next book, too to read

    Interesting read about the mind body connection when we eat food, and our psychological relationship to food How our bodies make use of food when we slow down and become mindful of what we are eating, as opposed to eating too quickly as we multi task, without thinking about the eating.

    This book was required reading for a training and I m so happy it was It is an insightful, enlightening look at food and our complicated way of interacting with it The book is non judgmental and does not promote any specific diet.

    I was highlighting whole pages.

    Rebecca Erlewein
    The best food on nutrition the act of nourishing ourselves And without saying a single food is good or bad.I wish I d written this

    I love this book Not your typical nutrition book It s not about what you should or shouldn t eat but rather how to have a healthy relationship with food I highly recommend this one.

    Jennifer Paloulian
    Interesting not in line with what I believe, but a different perspective.

    A thought provoking look at how we view food and diet This is one of those books anyone in the nutrition health coach diet field should read.

    Liked how David emphasized the individuality of diet Made me rethink how I interact with food.

    makes a lot of sense to me.

    Annie Mahon
    excellent book on eating with an emphasis on mindful eating.

    For Yoga of Nutrition class

    great holistic overview on food, thought, and eating really appreciated the workbook feel of the chapters.

    Highly recommended for anyone interested in reflecting upon their relationship with food.

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