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Debanjali Ghosh, MA

Debanjali (Deb) is a Research Study Coordinator at Boston Heart Diagnostics. She is a Certified Clinical Research Professional (Society of Clinical Research Associates), and has worked in clinical research for over five years. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with Distinction in Research from the University in Rochester, followed by her Master's degree in Psychology from Boston University. During her research internship at the BU Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, she became increasingly interested in the application of mindfulness-based approaches to various facets of behavior change. She is currently working toward her certification as a Holistic Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and looks forward to helping people reach their wellness goals through a mindful and integrative approach. She loves to write, cook, and explore all aspects of motivation and well-being.

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6 Ways to Eat Mindfully

Posted by Debanjali Ghosh, MA on Jun 16, 2016 11:30:00 AM

Food is our primary life source. It’s delicious, powerful, has the ability to prevent and cause disease, and can make us simultaneously feel in and out of control.  Unfortunately, over time, we have cultivated dysfunctional relationships with food. These relationships, however, do not have to be permanent. Incorporating mindful practices into your eating provides you with opportunities to learn, grow, and love the way that you eat on a daily basis! Eating mindfully can help you find what works for you as an individual and encourage you to embrace a sustainable lifestyle. 

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Topics: Food and Nutrition, Men's Health, Empowerment, Women's Health