Welcome to Eating for You. Our philosophy promotes mindful eating and living. It provides the answer to your question:
Eating for You
Strengthens your CLARITY about your eating habits and health
Builds your CONFIDENCE in personalising your way of eating
Provides CHOICE for transforming your health and wellbeing
Enjoy more energy, healthier digestion and better overall health. Most importantly establish a more wholesome relationship with food.
Eating for You book
At my recent book talks I heard many stories about how confusing healthy eating has become—there is always new research and new ‘diets’ promising all sorts of cures and results. Mindful eating and living focusses your attention of why, what, how and when you eat, and helps you to identify choices that will improve your health and wellbeing. The Eating for You book strengthens your clarity and confidence in choosing what is best for you. The book was recently reviewed by well-known nutritionist and author, Catherine Saxelby. You might like to read Catherine’s review.
Mindful Eating and Living
For centuries these Eastern approaches have recognised nutritious food and a balanced life, as essential for healing. An abundance of processed foods coupled with busy lifestyles means eating has become an overly complex activity. Often our food choices increase our risk of illness, rather than improve our health.
My blog posts provide guidance and support on how to introduce meaningful change. Topics include what, when and how to eat and creating a lifestyle that improves your health and wellbeing. I encourage you to join up for the monthly Nourishment e-publication too.
“Mindfulness puts you in the driver’s seat of your health and wellbeing.”
What is mindfulness?
Mindfulness is a technique that is often associated with meditation but ideally it becomes our natural way of being. I like to simply explain it as a way to know yourself as it uncovers the links between your mind, body and environment. Without an understanding of these connections you may choose solutions that fail to produce the desired result, such as increased energy, better health or weight loss.