Mindful BitesGuiding you from mindless munching and emotional eating to peace with food and mindful habits
Being aware of your emotional state is valuable in determining if you are truly hungry, physically hungry that is, or just want to eat.
If mindfulness is about awareness then everything you are unaware of can be deemed mindlessness. How much eating do you do mindlessly?
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.”
If you are a bride (or know one) who is having a hard time coping with all the wedding prep, here are 3 mindful tips to ground you.
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.
This Father’s Day, offer gratitude and appreciation to your loved one. The greatest gift we can bestow upon to someone is our full attention.
Have you ever attended a meditation retreat? you don’t have to go on an expensive or lengthy one to enjoy its benefits.
When you approach all of life in a mindful way (i.e., while washing dishes, exercising, cooking or doing chores around the house), you increase your overall wellness and happiness.
Sheila Forman, PhD
Sheila Forman, creator of the TAME Your Appetite program, has been a practicing psychologist for over 20 years. She’s written a number of books on dieting, eating disorders, food management and mindfulness.