Eating Mindfully: Healthy Food Relationships

Present Awareness: When eating mindfully, one must be totally present and involved in all aspects of the sensory experience, paying particular attention to scent, taste, and texture.

Savoring Every Bite: Don't rush or eat while preoccupied; instead, take your time and enjoy every bite, noticing the flavors and textures of the meal.

Eating When Truly Hungry and Stopping When Satisfied: To prevent overindulging, pay attention to your body's indications of hunger and fullness.

No Distractions: To truly enjoy and appreciate eating, try to keep distractions like screens and work to a minimum when dining.

Eating with Intention: Make conscious and deliberate eating choices that support general health and nourishment of the body.

Emotional Awareness: Recognize your emotional eating triggers and know the difference between emotional eating and physical hunger.

Food Gratitude: Practice being grateful for the food that is on your plate by acknowledging its source and the labor-intensive process that went into its preparation.

Portion management: Maintain a healthy diet, avoid overindulging, and be aware of serving sizes while practicing portion management.

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