Praise for mind to mouth
Mind to Mouth is the perfect, non-judgmental guide to getting in touch with all of your gastronomic senses.
Great book! I hadn’t considered mindfulness in eating before. As someone who rarely visits a grocery store and uses a delivery meal-cooking service, I know what it’s like to want to enjoy food more but not have the time to invest in it! Now, when I’m grabbing a quick lunch with friends, dining out, or cooking at home, I taste the spices and appreciate the origin of the meal — and I’ve become more open to trying new foods.Whitney Bailer
Mind to Mouth is that rare find in the self-help genre.
Full of practical tips that are easy to integrate into your life – no matter how busy your schedule is.
Funny enough I was just eating a poke bowl while nursing my 4 week old and trying not to spill on her head and thinking about this book. Luckily because of my mindfulness practice I stopped, took a deep breath and realized I’d enjoy my $15 poke bowl if I ate it after finishing nursing when I could savor it a little more.
Co-founder, Mindfulness Based Achievement, best-selling author of The Wise Mama Guide to Maternity Leave: Avoid Burnout, “Bad Mom Syndrome,” and Other Common Pitfalls of Motherhood, TEDx Speaker, mother of two.