The complete program for mastering your "hanger", from mindful-eating pioneer Dr. Susan Albers - with 45 tips to turn hanger into happiness.
It happens to all of us. One minute, you're happily going about your day, and a few seconds later, you're a snappy, illogical version of yourself. The culprit? Hanger.
We're living busier lives than ever before, and when we forget to eat - or accidentally overeat - hunger can make us angry, unreasonable, and dull, with big impacts on our emotional and psychological well being. And hanger can become a cycle. When we get too hungry, we're more likely to make food decisions we regret, which sets us up for another hanger crash later on.
The good news: when we make better decisions about food, we think more clearly, connect better in our relationships, and improve our performance. Hanger Management is the audiobook that can help you break this cycle and create healthy habits that fuel and empower you.
In Hanger Management, New York Times best-selling author and clinical psychologist Susan Albers sheds light on the causes of hanger, and shares 45 of her best tips for managing it well. By learning to stay on top of your hunger cues, cultivating a better understanding of your appetite, and creating a better overall relationship with food, you'll become happier - and healthier - for life.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
"The demands of our modern world distance us from meaningful connection to our decisions in terms of what, how, and when we eat. And we are clearly seeing the health consequences of this unfortunate separation. Hanger Management graciously welcomes mindfulness back to our eating experience, and this may prove to be the most potent nutrient of all." (David Perlmutter, MD, author of Grain Brain and Brain Wash)
"With practical, easy-to-follow steps, Dr. Susan Albers shows us how to shift from hangry to happy. Hanger Management is a must-read to control emotional eating and restore a positive mood. Highly recommended!" (Steven Masley, MD, FAHA, FACN, FAAFP, CNS, author of The Better Brain Solution)
"As a nutritional psychiatrist I often see people struggling with mood and anxiety due to how they eat, but here Dr. Albers asks the earlier question about understanding hanger, where it comes from in each person, and how to tackle it. Her mindfulness-based behavioral techniques are clear, concise, entertaining to follow, and offer an amazingly practical approach that will help many. I salute her leading us in this important direction." (Uma Naidoo, MD, Nutritional Psychiatrist at Harvard)