Mindful BitesGuiding you from mindless munching and emotional eating to peace with food and mindful habits
The form of meditation that I teach is mindfulness-based meditation which focuses attention on the breath. There are other forms of meditation that have been around for a long time which you might also like to try.
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A regular meditation practice can do wonders for your body, mind and spirit. Here are three tips to improve your practice.
have you ever considered meditating with others? Meditating with friends can be powerful and inspiring.
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.
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.
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.