In “Mindful Eating”, you’ll discover the way junk food affects the brain & how to avoid all that!
Have you seen the graphic that says…
“There’s NO SUCH THING as junk food.
And there’s food.”
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MINDFUL EATING is the way to avoid over-eating, end your junk food addiction and banish cravings.
MINDFUL EATING is the opposite of mind-less eating. And who hasnt done that?
In this helpful report, you’ll learn about…
- The 7 types of hunger
- How to be a mindful eater
- Discover how junk food affects your brain
- Nutritional Principles of a Healthy, Mindful Diet
- Understanding The 7 Different Types of Hunger
- … and more
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Crash Dieting Didnt Work For You?
If crash diets don’t work for you, then there’s a reason. You need to learn WHY you are overeating, WHY you are addicted to junk foods, and when you are truly hungry. Mindful Eating will teach you how. LINK
Mindfulness is all the rage right now for reducing stress and clearing your mind, but did you know that these principles can also be applied to the way we eat? Mindful eating could just be the healthy eating method you’ve been searching for.
Losing weight and having a healthy relationship with food is less about crash dieting and more about training your brain to react to foods the right way. Pop your name and email into the form above and we’ll share how to understand your body and your emotions for a healthier way of eating.
What is Mindfulness? and How Can You Apply It to the Way You Eat?
Eating is something we all do, and eating the right foods is very important. Not only do you feel better physically when you eat the right foods, but you’ll also feel better mentally. In order to have a healthy diet and give yourself the nutrients you need while also eating the right amounts of food, you must be mindful of what you’re putting into your body.
So… what is mindfulness? and why bother?
- Mindfulness is being aware of what you are doing, whether this is your performance at work, consciously trying to live a healthier lifestyle or watching what you’re eating.
- Being mindful of day-to-day things can help you to focus better, stress out less and become a better person overall. It might take a little bit of time to get used to thinking more about the decisions you make in the kitchen and at restaurants, but it will pay off and you’ll feel much better for it.
How can you be mindful when you eat?
Being mindful when we’re eating has a lot of different elements to it.
One aspect involves thinking about the type of foods and drinks we are putting into your body. In order to feel better and live better, we shouldn’t consume foods which are high in stodgy carbs or sugars and bad fats. Consciously trying to avoid these types of foods will help us on our journey to a healthier lifestyle.
As well as the type of foods we eat, we should also be mindful of the quantities of food we eat. Many of us struggle with weight issues and other health problems not necessarily because of what we’re eating, but how much we are eating. Brown rice and other whole wheat carbs aren’t bad for your body, but when consumed in large quantities, they can cause issues. Likewise, fruits like figs and bananas are great for giving your body the nutrients it needs, but too much of it can create problems for you.
How can being mindful of what you eat help you?
You’ll find that being more AWARE of what you eat, when you eat and how much you eat can help you in many ways.
- You will feel more in control of yourself, particularly your weight and how you feel from day to day
- You’ll wake up feeling better and…
- You’ll feel generally good about yourself after making the right choices when it comes to food and drink.
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