Weekly Challenge: Mindful Eating

Happy Monday! I hope you all had a great weekend.

HERE”S YOUR 🔥 WEEKLY CHALLENGE! 🔥

Welcome to your MINDFUL EATING challenge.

Your challenge this week is to EAT MINDFULLY at least 1 meal each day

You may never go back. 

The whole idea of mindful eating is to PAY ATTENTION to how you feel before, during, and after your meals …

From how full you get while you’re eating … to how the food tastes and feels in your mouth … and even how you feel afterward.

This helps you tune in to your body so you can recognize when you’re feeling satisfied and good … 

Versus eating out of habit or because you’re stressed, happy, or for entertainment.

Plus, you’ll likely develop a newfound appreciation for the food you eat.

Here’s how to get started:

When it’s time to eat …

  • Turn off the TV and put your phone out of reach.
  • Eat slowly, taking time to thoroughly chew and taste each bite. It takes your body about 20 minutes to recognize that it’s full.
  • Focus on how each bite of food makes you feel.
  • Stop eating when you’re full.
  • And also, before and after you eat, note – without judgment – whether you are truly hungry, and whether the food you chose is of benefit to your health, goals, and well-being.

At first, this might feel a little frustrating but hang with it … it’s just ONE meal a day.

When you start to tune in, you’ll probably find your habits and food preferences begin to change.

💡What do you think? Are you in? Let me know in the comments. Join my private Facebook group.

Love and Light,

Shaline

About Me

I’m Shaline Miller and I’m a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Precision Nutrition Certified Nutrition Coach, Blogger, Author, and Yogi.

I graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Administration with a major in Human Resources Management from California State University Long Beach.

It is my health issues with acid reflux that led me to study holistic nutrition and become a Health Coach.  I took several acid reflux medications but found that none of them alleviated my acid reflux. One day, I decided that I needed to stop taking medication and make some changes. I naturally alleviated my acid reflux symptoms by changing my diet and making some lifestyle changes. 

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