Mindful eating is a different way of relating to food—it’s about being in the present moment as you eat and really savoring your food. It’s also about listening intuitively to your body’s cues about hunger and satiety, and your likes and dislikes, without judgment. When you eat mindfully, you slow down, choose foods that are satisfying, and use all your senses to smell, taste, and feel food as you eat it.
Slowing down helps you become more aware of feelings of hunger, fullness, and other sensations. Mindful eating also prompts greater awareness of what you eat—where it comes from, how it affects your body, and how your food choices affect the planet.
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