Remember, “YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT” and “NO DIET IS PERFECT EVER”.
Though nutrition advice in the media can be confusing at times, we are not lacking in science-based information on what to eat to maintain our health. Also, early life nutrition may be the key to successful eating habits later in life. Eating while doing something else increases the chances of a person gaining excess weight, but regardless of how much we weigh, this distracted or mindless eating is an unhealthy habit.
Hence, practising “mindful eating” can help transition from a “good vs. bad” relationship with food to an “all foods fit” mentality.
Eating mindfully is not about perfection, but rather building a healthy relationship with all foods. When you are watchful, you notice how your stomach expands and feels fuller while you are eating. You experience each bite from start to finish. You slow down every aspect of the eating process to feel connected to it. Eating mindfully isn’t just helpful for limiting your food intake. This practice is meant to complement your personal, healthy eating style.
Aim to meet your daily goals for fruits, vegetables, lean protein, whole and enriched grains and dairy, while enjoying each bite more mindfully.
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