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Developing your Inner Wisdom is a key component to becoming a mindful eater. The more you are attuned with your body the better choices you make. Here’s some really good news – your body is fully equipped to help you. You have heard of the central nervous system, I am sure. You probably have also heard of the Autonomic Nervous System. But, have you ever heard of the Enteric Nervous System (ENS)? Located within the esophagus, stomach and small and long intestines, this nervous system is sometimes referred to as the “belly brain.” The ENS is responsible for sensing and controlling your digestive tract. This system communicates with your brain to inform you what, when and how much to eat. When you pay seek your body’s signals for hunger and fullness, when you listen for input on what to eat, and when you feel satisfied, that’s your ENS is guiding you. Next time you seek Inner wisdom, ask your belly brain. It’s right there with ready answers. Adapted from Mindful Bites – Joyful Life: 365 Days of Mindful Eating. Available in bookstores everywhere.

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