Did you know that there is a strong connection between the kinds of foods that you eat, how you eat them, and how you feel afterwards?
Especially at this time of the year, when food is in an abundant supply, it is even more important to focus and pay attention to the food that we consume.
Your relationship with food is an intimate one. And, just like any kind of important relationship in your life, the more conscious that you can become of it, the more joy and happiness it can bring.
At the height of adrenal fatigue, hormonal imbalance, and other chronic health problems, when I was sleeping for up to 20 hours a day and 60 pounds overweight, I became aware that I had been stuck in a chronic pattern of unconscious eating.
Due to my busy schedule and tendency to cram too much into my day, I would habitually override my body’s natural desire for proper nutrition by skipping meals. To compensate for this, I would unconsciously eat food on the run, during meetings or while I was working.
Here are the seven ideas I employed to transform my own eating habits. I hope that they can inspire you to eat consciously