Tag Archive: Eating

Emotional Eating

How to Curb Emotional Eating
3 Questions to Ask Yourself

Our relationship to food is inextricably connected to our cultural and family traditions, our social lives and our daily routines. Whether fueled by boredom, anger, or sadness, it is all too easy to eat for reasons other than hunger — “emotional eating”— which can lead to weight gain, sugar addiction, digestive distress, and other problems.

Meditation at Work

4 Easy Ways To Build Meditation Into Your Day

“You don’t need to be a Buddhist monk to reap the benefits of mindfulness,” says Andy Puddicombe, founder ofGetSomeHeadSpace.com. He says mini meditation breaks throughout the day can clear your mind and help you feel less stress and more control. Commit yourself to giving it a shot tomorrow. Here’s how.

Mindful Eating

5 Ways To Eat More Mindfully

When I first learned about mindful eating, I was a bit intimidated - being someone who loved to eat and typically ravaged my meals, I was a little scared of actually sitting down with my food and taking my time to eat it. But as I began incorporating small steps like chewing and deep breathing, my relationship with food quickly began to change. Not only was I choosing whole, healthy foods, but I was actually learning HOW I should be eating them, which helped me create an awareness that allowed me to tune into the needs of my body and listen to which foods and portion sizes made me feel best.