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Be honest. Have you ever sat down to watch a movie with a bowl of popcorn and before you know it your hand hits the bottom of the bowl? Yeah. Me too. Have you ever noticed how much you don’t notice eating? … It’s easy to get onto “autopilot” when you’re eating and multi-task away. The challenge with this? When you don’t notice what or how much you’re eating, it’s next to impossible to listen to your internal cues of fullness and satiety. Read: it’s super easy to over-eat! Or over-indulge on foods that while delicious may not be nutrient rich. This leads to an imbalanced plate and very possibly an unhealthy relationship with food. The solution? Mindful eating. But don’t worry – it’s not as “airy fairy” as it sounds! Read on for my 3 Step process for real life!
As a culture we’ve moved so far away from listening to our bodies. We are over-scheduled and generally not present enough to even notice our own cues (myself included at times!). So how can we “tune in?” It’s not always possible to make it to the yoga mat or sit on a meditation cushion. But there is time in your day – if you seek it out.