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FOOD for THOUGHT: What is Mindful Eating?

By Cheryl Wasserman, MA, LPC, NCC
Spring 2014

Mindful eating is a way of eating that can create a whole new relationship with food. It provides us with an opportunity to pay close attention to the wisdom of our bodies as opposed to the judgmental, harsh and simultaneously demanding, insatiable voice in our head. It grants us space to calm ourselves as we prepare a meal and again before we begin to eat so we can be totally present for the experience. When we are aware of the process of eating, we might notice that we are satisfied with much less food.

Mindless Eating Can Eat Away At Your Relationship with Yourself

By Cheryl Wasserman, MA, LPC, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor

How do you feel about yourself after you discover that you polished off a bag of potato chips when your intention was just to “have a couple”?  What do you say to yourself when you try on the jeans that fit great just a few months ago and the zipper won’t proceed upward due to excess flesh?

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Mindful Eating brings awareness of the present moment which is the only time change can begin.

Put a positive spin on your life! Through the process of Mindful Eating, you will be able to develop a healthier relationship with food and eating. From over eaters to binge eaters and yo-yo dieters to bariatric surgery patients, diabetics, & those transitioning off  restrictive liquid diets, mindfulness practices can help! You will learn to...

  • Feel your hunger - get in touch with hunger and fullness cues.

  • Trust your taste buds - gain more control over what, when and how much you eat.

  • Become deeply satisfied with quality of food - rather than quantity of food.

  • Slow your mind - so that you can make wise choices.

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