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So many people fall into a trap of temptation with food.  It is impossible to overfeed a baby because we are born with an inbuilt mechanism that tells us to stop eating when we are full.  Sadly this does not last from our earliest years society and our parents tell us to clear our plates and eat up, even if we are not hungry.  As we grow up we stop listening to our bodies signals and no longer understand when it tells us that we have had more than enough to eat.   

Inevitably this means that many of us grow up to have a poor relationship with food that causes us to end up unhappy and overweight.  Mindfulness, the art of learning to listen to our bodies, allows us to re-learn our bodies’ signals and control how much we eat, naturally and without fuss.  

In this book you will learn:

  • How to use mindfulness to understand your motives for eating less;

  • How to use mindfulness to understand the reasons that you overeat;

  • How to use mindfulness to conquer those temptations;

  • How to be mindful of the food you eat and appreciate a healthy diet;

  • How to use mindfulness to train your body to be satisfied with less food;

  • How to be mindful of your physical health and use it to complement your healthy eating regime;

  • And much, much more.

The mindful approach to healthy eating will help you to address the vicious downward spiral of diet and binge and allow you the opportunity to develop new and healthy habits for a long and happy life.

Mindful Eating

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