Diets come and go regularly as you are probably aware, but is each diet really new? You might be surprised to learn the things that all diets have in common.
Knowing what to eat isn’t enough to change eating habits. Agree?
And this is why I am sharing the missing pieces of the eating jigsaw puzzle in this post.
Two of the most popular questions that arise when I talk with women in our Eating Habit Profile calls are, “When is the best time to eat?”, often followed by “Does intermittent fasting work?” In this post, I briefly answer these two questions.
Eating mindfully to overcome emotional eating habits, including stress and boredom eating is supported by scientific research.
Let’s take a look at emotions and how they impact on our enjoyment of food. This post concludes our three-part Eat Mindfully series.
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.
Love to eat healthier, feel healthier, and be healthier? But just can’t get started? You are in the right place to find the motivation to change eating habits.