Emotional Awareness Promotes Healthier Eating

Emotional Awareness Promotes Healthier Eating



"Consumers are often mindless," write authors Blair Kidwell (Ohio State University), Jonathan Hasford (Florida International University) and David M. Hardesty (University of Kentucky). "We not only demonstrate that emotional ability is trainable and that food choices can be enhanced, but also that emotional ability training improves food choices beyond a nutrition knowledge training program."

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Emotional Awareness Promotes Healthier Eating

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