Mindful eating means taking the time to honor your food by choosing high quality, organic food, preparing it with care and eating it slowly and mindfully using your five senses to really enjoy it.
It means allocating quiet time to prepare and enjoy eating your meal without rushing or multitasking at the same time.
Mindful eating is a way of saying to yourself: "I respect my body enough to be mindful of what I put into it and of the way I eat."
My clients find that eating mindfully helps to...
- Sense intuitively when you are full
- Gain way more satisfaction from eating
- Develop a healthy relationship with food
- See food as medicine
- Discover new tastes and textures
- Improve digestion (less gas and bloating)
- Regulate bowel movements
- Discover food sensitivities
- Create healthy habits that enliven you
How will you know if it's time to learn to eat mindfully?
Glad you asked!
Click on the link below to see a 4 minute video of how you can incorporate this into your life RIGHT NOW! Below the video, in the description area, are a list of questions. If you answer "yes" to any of those questions, it's time for you to practice mindful eating...
In my health coaching practice, I help clients discover what triggers them to overeat or binge eat. Then I lead them through a step-by-step process to learn how to eat mindfully and to learn what to eat for their unique body.
To schedule a time to talk with me about how you can learn to eat mindfully, simply respond to this email. I'll help you understand what's blocking you from eating mindfully and I'll show you how to get started.
To your health,