Mindful eating

Mindfulness is the deliberate process of being present in the moment, being attentive and maintaining a non-judgmental stance. It is a physical and emotional process that promotes balance, choice and acceptance. Mindful eating integrates these principles and applies them to eating and food. It incorporates learning to be aware of physical hunger and satiety cues as well as food likes and dislikes while withholding judgment of self, food and eating patterns. More information.

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