If you struggle with mindful eating – this podcast episode will be a GAME CHANGER for you!
Chances are, if you’ve been on the dieting train for years, then everything you learned about mindful eating is wrong!
In fact, your attempt to eat mindfully might actually be fueling MORE food chaos.
In this episode you’ll understand what true mindful eating should look and feel like and how to achieve mindfulness with your meals to eat ways that feel good to your body – without the food rules and stress!
I’ll also be sharing with you my #1 tip to eat mindfully if the whole idea of becoming a mindful eater feels overwhelming or too much work for you – especially if you’re leading a busy life and the idea of having every meal be mindful, let’s be honest, feels unrealistic (as a mom of 4 I feel youuuu!)
I share this tip with my clients and it always results in breakthroughs and more mindful eating during meals, which in turn helps them eat in ways that serve them and their body better.
In this episode we cover:
- Diet culture’s definition of mindful eating vs the true definition of mindful eating
- How to assess if you’re truly trying to eat mindfully or if its restriction in disguise (that is making your eating habits worse!!)
- My #1 tip to eat mindfully when you feel like you’re not a ‘mindful person’ or the idea of mindful eating feels like an overwhelming goal
As always, once you give it a listen, I’d love to hear your takeaways and feedback! And if you found this episode helpful, I’d so appreciate your support of this podcast by leaving a review.
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