Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

One step in mindful eating is to admire the look and presentation of the food you are about to enjoy. In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, we often forget to see what is right in front of us. Sometime today, take a moment to look at something. Really look at it....
Sit. Breathe. Eat. Repeat.

Sit. Breathe. Eat. Repeat.

These four words are mindful eating in a nutshell. (Pun intended!) SIT — set a place for yourself at a table and dine. Try to stop eating standing up, on the go, in the car, etc. You and your body deserve better than that. BREATHE — before you eat or drink anything...
The Belly Bellows, or How To Know You Are Hungry…

The Belly Bellows, or How To Know You Are Hungry…

Through mindfulness-based eating awareness, you will learn about different kinds of hunger. One such hunger is stomach hunger and how our bellies tell us it is time to eat. To become familiar with how your stomach beckons you to eat pay attention to these signals:...
The Body wants what it wants

The Body wants what it wants

A wonderful gift from mindful eating is a closer relationship with your body. As you practice mindful eating skills, you will become more in tune with your body’s needs and wants. You will actually be able to tell what you are hungry for. One way to start building...