Mindful Eating Articles
Small New Year's resolutions practiced consistently are far more powerful than a huge temporary overhaul! Make small New Year's Resolutions for big changes!
“If I’m wearing clothes, the laundry isn’t done!” This statement perfectly illustrates the futility of perfectionism, one of the accelerating forces in the eat-repent-repeat cycle.
"Overeating" implies that there is a "normal" amount of eating you have exceeded. Let's redefine it relative to your stomach's capacity, as evidenced by your personal perception of comfort.
Diets temporarily treat symptoms, not causes; diets temporarily change behaviors, not the source of those behaviors. The "treatment" paradigm is flawed, yet so pervasive that millions of people are trapped in outdated beliefs and behaviors, despite all of the evidence that it's not moving the majority toward healthier, happier, more vibrant lives.
We all hold beliefs about eating that are so deeply embedded that we don’t question—or even recognize—them! These beliefs may be driving your eating decisions.
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