We’re in unusual times. It’s more important to focus on health than
ever before. Stress can lead to poor eating habits.
It’s no secret that many people turn to food during times of
high anxiety. This can result in overeating & poor food choices.
Food can be enjoyable & a promoter of good health at the same time.
The idea of mindfulness has been circulating for thousands of years but has only become a popular topic in the Western world recently.
What is mindfulness?
It’s simply using your attention in an intentional way.
If you’re awake, your attention is on something. It might be a TV show,
something outside your window, your thoughts, your dog, the pain in your foot, the temperature of the room, or folding your laundry.
You can’t help but have your attention on something. Even when you’re meditating, you’re focused on something. However, if you’re having a conversation, but thinking about your weekend plans, you’re not being mindful. Mindfulness involves paying attention to the present moment. So, if you’re having a conversation, you’re paying attention to the conversation. You’re also noticing when your attention wanders.
What does mindfulness have to do with eating?
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