Woman eating healthyWelcome, 2020! To celebrate the new decade, has created a yearly theme to improve your understanding of disordered eating behaviors, or DEB, in diabetes care. In 2020, we will cover four themes each quarter, including:

  • What is DEB and T2D? This will be the focus of the Winter issue of the Thought Compass.
  • How Does DEB Typically Escalate?
  • How is DEB unintentionally reinforced?
  • What are the Benefits of Reducing DEB in T2D Clients?

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 About Megrette

Megrette Fletcher M.Ed., RD, CDE. is a pioneer in the field of Mindful Eating, and has developed the Mindful Eating Map. This five-step guide offers a clear way out of the dieting dead end that so many people find themselves trapped in. Craving-More is based on the book, The Core Concepts of Mindful Eating, and the 3-Steps to Mindful Eating Retreat.