Eat Right Now App – A Tool for Creating a Better Relationship with Eating

At Nova Physician Wellness Center, one of our goals is to help you develop long-lasting changes in your relationship with food and eating so that your healthier lifestyle feels more livable and sustainable. For those interested in focusing more on this issue on their own, we wanted to offer information about a program that combines mindful awareness with an evidence-based, step-by-step approach to help rewire your brain in order to develop a healthier approach to eating.

The scientifically based Eat Right Now program provides app-based daily lessons to help you improve your eating habits. It has been developed based on more than 10 years of research by neuroscientist and addiction psychiatrist Dr. Judson Brewer, and this approach has been shown in clinical trials to reduce craving-related eating by 40%.

The Eat Right Now app helps you learn how to: identify your emotional triggers and recognize craving; stop negative habits and build positive ones; and develop the emotional resilience to stick with healthier eating habits over time.

In addition to the daily exercises to overcome emotional eating, the app includes craving-specific tools to use when cravings happen as well as a supportive online community. The short daily video-based lessons help build your awareness and give you simple and effective tools to identify your cravings, improve your relationship with food, and reach your goals.

The Eat Right Now app is not free, but it does offer a trial period with a 28-day money-back guarantee. Prices vary according to the subscription plan chosen.

Disclaimer: Nova Physician Wellness Center has no affiliation with the Eat Right Now app. We offer this information solely as a tool for you to consider for your personal use.

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