Intentional Eating

An Easy, Mindful Approach to Dietary Wellness for Increased Vitality, Weight Control, Chronic Disease Management and Stress Reduction

by Cyndy Hess deBruler RPh CHT

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/26/2017

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 122
ISBN : 9781504388450
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 122
ISBN : 9781504388436
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 122
ISBN : 9781504388443

About the Book

This book will help you come into harmony with food and your body by learning to eat with intention and mindfulness. The result will be blissful enjoyment of healthy real foods that will nourish your body, heart and soul. ‘Dis-ease’ starts with emotional, spiritual and physical imbalance. Often that imbalance is sparked by eating the wrong foods and falling pry to common food addictions including sugar, too many carbs, salty flavorings, and bad fats. The first step in regaining your health and living the vital life you want is to break these addictions. This book provides the tools needed to easily break food addictions in 10 days and then identify the foods that are right for your body. You will learn how, when and what to eat. Following the guidelines provided, in 10 days your body will experience a revolutionary shift in how you feel. More energy, mental clarity, freedom from digestive problems and prevention and healing of chronic diseases are all possible by changing your diet and practicing intentional eating.

About the Author

Cyndy graduated with a Masters in Pharmacy from the University of Washington in 1972. After working in a community pharmacy for several years, she came to believe that if she was going to achieve her goal of making a real difference in people’s lives, conventional medicine and pharmaceuticals might not offer the best solutions. Her first “Integrative” certification was in hypnotherapy, building a large private practice in Hood River, Oregon. Cyndy developed a special passion for dietary wellness counseling and various forms of energy healing work, in addition to the use of hypnotherapy developing a unique program based on ‘feeding a hungry heart’. The inspiration for this book came after a serious auto accident which left her unable to do the things she loved. Hiking, swimming and gardening were lost to her because of neck and back injuries. A debilitating TBI (concussive injury) caused memory loss and loss of basic skills in cognitive processing, verbal communication and social skills. The effects on her life were profound and compounded by PTSD and frequent severe anxiety attacks. She set out on a path of self healing. Along the way, she decided to put her life-long acquired knowledge about healthy eating and its importance into a book. Recently she served on staff at the GARM (Global Alliance for Regenerative Medicine) clinic in Roatan, Honduras as dietary counselor and coach, hypnotherapist, and Tai Chi instructor. She is now living in Palm Springs and works with Mo’tus Wellness Center, offering classes and individual session work on dietary wellness and hypnotherapy. Her web site is