Three very good reasons to eat mindfully are, you want to feel and be healthier, and stop overeating as you are aware that you are eating for non-hunger reasons, due to stress boredom and emotions.
This post is the first in our series exploring the top three reasons Eating for You clients choose to eat mindfully.
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It is officially springtime in September! From an Eastern medicine perspective, this season supports new beginnings. Perhaps you are ready for a new way of springtime eating that doesn’t involve a diet?
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The warmth of summer can be either invigorating or draining. We have to take care not to overheat during this season. The good news is that we can choose foods that are cooling and nourishing to keep us in balance during this bountiful time.
Wake early in the morning and take nourishment from the morning sun.
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It is not by chance that mandarins ripen in winter. They are a great example of how seasonal foods best support our health and wellbeing. So what gives a mandarin its winter magic?
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Do you sometimes feel tired, frazzled, or disheartened? You are not alone. Rituals help us maintain a sense of balance and direction in our lives. But I believe that the real importance of rituals is their ability to evolve with us.
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“What is healthy digestion?” The answer to this question is slightly different for each of us, but there are some common things to look for. Eastern medicine views our digestive function as the foundation of good health and wellbeing. Western research into gut microbiota supports this principle too.
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