Mindful choices means being aware of what you (and your body) might want to eat when you are physically hungry, and choosing accordingly.
An extremely enjoyable part of mindful eating is learning to truly taste the food you are eating. I call this Mindful Taste.
Being mindfully full means that your body has received the right amount of food it needs from the meal or snack you have eaten.
The primary tool in mindful eating is meditation. By meditating, you cultivate attention and awareness, which increases your ability to stay focused.