For many of us, food is a prison, a chain around our waists, a burden, a struggle, and leaves us with a sense of helplessness and dependence.
A definition of mindful eating is “eating with awareness of your body’s needs and preferences.” Let’s focus on the word “awareness.”
While I believe that changing your current eating habits into mindful ones takes time, there is a way to get going quickly. Here’s how to jump-start yourself into mindful eating.
Outer Guidance is essential nutritional and health information that you will use to decide what, where, when, and how much to eat.
For many of us who want to manage our weight, emotions are our enemy. We eat in response to feelings, or as an attempt to avoid them.
Mindful choices means being aware of what you (and your body) might want to eat when you are physically hungry, and choosing accordingly.