Mindful Eating - How to Eat Less
With the revolution in cooking ingredients and networking, where we can easily share and make recipes of different states, countries, and continents just to satisfy our taste buds and have variety, there is no doubt we crave for something different every day. More
Table of Contents
Chapter #1: What is Mindful Eating and What are the Benefits
Chapter #2: Types of Overeaters
Chapter #3: Food Preferences for Different Overeaters
Food Transit Time
Chapter #4: Food Transit Time
Chapter #5: Improving Your Food Transit Time
Learning Tips and Tricks for Controlled Eating
Chapter #6: Tips for Eating Mindfully
Chapter #7: Five Tricks to Keep Your Stomach Happy for Hours
Trick #1: Eat foods with a high water content
Tip #2: Eat foods with high fiber content
Tip #3: Add more proteins than starches to your diet
Trick #4: Use smaller plates and bowls for eating and large glasses for drinking water
Trick #5: End with tea
Chapter #8: Techniques/Exercises for Practicing a Mindful Workout
With the revolution in cooking ingredients and networking, where we can easily share and make recipes of different states, countries, and continents just to satisfy our taste buds and have variety, there is no doubt we crave for something different every day. A new recipe, a new spice, or a new taste not only makes us crave for more, but results in mindless eating without even thinking how much harm the food will do to us and to our digestive system. The result of which has been obesity and a number of diseases.
Beyond this, the researchers and nutritionists have been following some simple tips and tricks and exercises, which not only help us enjoy all the flavors of the food, but also help us in controlling our portion size and motivating us to eat in a proper manner.
The following eBook helps us understand the concept of mindful eating, its benefits, simple tips, and exercises for eating mindfully. It also gives us an insight into the food transit time, type of over eater we are, and helps us to work towards eating less and appropriate food, as per our needs and habits.
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