"Miggi Matters” by Dr. Selena Bartlett
"Miggi Matters” by Dr. Selena Bartlett

MiGGi Matters

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How to train your brain to manage stress and trim your body.

She wrote MiGGi Matters as an interactive guide to engage and educate you about the brain, tools to show you how to become aware of MiGGi moments and how to train the brain to respond instead of react to them.

She tells you about the five simple principles she developed to manage stress, reduce sugar and alcohol intake, improve cardiovascular fitness, and trim the body—the why as well as the what to do instead.

Written for the average person, specifically around issues concerning addiction, diet, and exercise.

The book reflects what she learned in her own quest for a healthier life, and from interviewing real people.

This book is not about dieting. As we all know, diets can make us fatter and more stressed.

 

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How to train your brain to manage stress and trim your body.

She wrote MiGGi Matters as an interactive guide to engage and educate you about the brain, tools to show you how to become aware of MiGGi moments and how to train the brain to respond instead of react to them.

She tells you about the five simple principles she developed to manage stress, reduce sugar and alcohol intake, improve cardiovascular fitness, and trim the body—the why as well as the what to do instead.

Written for the average person, specifically around issues concerning addiction, diet, and exercise.

The book reflects what she learned in her own quest for a healthier life, and from interviewing real people.

This book is not about dieting. As we all know, diets can make us fatter and more stressed.

 

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Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 9 x 6 x 2 in
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MiGGi Matters

She wrote MiGGi Matters as an interactive guide to engage and educate you about the brain, tools to show you how to become aware of MiGGi moments and how to train the brain to respond instead of react to them.

She tells you about the five simple principles she developed to manage stress, reduce sugar and alcohol intake, improve cardiovascular fitness, and trim the body—the why as well as the what to do instead.

Written for the average person, specifically around issues concerning addiction, diet, and exercise.

The book reflects what she learned in her own quest for a healthier life, and from interviewing real people.

This book is not about dieting. As we all know, diets can make us fatter and more stressed.

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Beat stress to loose kilos: neuroscientist

Retraining the brain to beat stress is the key to losing weight and keeping it off, a leading Australian neuroscientist says. There’s overwhelming evidence that many people who lose weight through dieting quickly regain it.

Feeling stressed out?

I call this Having a MiGGi Moment

MiGGi moments can be intense or mild, but they all affect your brain.

When neuroscientist Dr. Selena Bartlett had this light-bulb moment, she realized MiGGi moments happen because the more primitive parts of the brain (MiGGi) – overwhelm the rational part (Thinker). MiGGi moments lead to reactions rather than rational responses to stress.

“Like most people, I was not dealing well with the low levels of continual stress in my life. Stress had me turning to comfort foods, which tend to be high in fat and sugar, and sometimes to alcohol. It was stress-induced overeating and underexercising that was wreaking havoc on my body. And my brain was driving it all.”

Because it is not about WILLPOWER. 

It is about BRAINPOWER.

Get to know your brain to manage stress and trim the body

She realized that if your brain can be changed by unhealthy habits, so to can you change your brain to get healthy habits.

Selena Bartlett, Ph.D., is a Professor of Neuroscience at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. Dr. Bartlett has delivered a TEDx Talk on brain fitness and the neuroplasticity revolution and many lectures on stress and its effects on the brain.

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