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Magazine References

Sep – Oct 2019

Pg 18/19

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Pg 20

  1. v1. Susan Albers, Mindful Eating,
  2. Warren, J., Smith, N., Ashwell, M. (2017) A structured literature review on the role of mindfulness, mindful eating and intuitive eating in changing eating behaviours: effectiveness and associated potential mechanisms, Nutr Res Rev, 30(2):272-283.
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