How To Listen To Your Body To Stop Binge Eating
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Binge eating is mostly accompanied by guilt and shame. 

Mindful eating requires you to simply acknowledge and accept rather than judge the feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations you observe.

It can extend to the process of buying, preparing, and serving your food as well as consuming it. 

 To get to know how your body really reacts to food, you first need to listen mindfully. This includes being aware of what’s happening inside your body, inside your mind, and in the world all around you as you eat. 

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How to Eat Mindfully by Listening to Your Body?

Reboot our food-body connection
This is all about getting in the habit of listening to the messages from our bodies around food and meals. Our bodies are built to let us know when they need to eat and when they’ve had enough

Mindful eating is maintaining an in-the-moment awareness of the food and drink you put into your body.

It involves observing how the food makes you feel and the signals your body sends about taste, satisfaction, and fullness.

Mindful eating requires you to simply acknowledge and accept rather than judge the feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations you observe.

It can extend to the process of buying, preparing, and serving your food as well as consuming it.

What is a food-body connection?

  • It’s to learn how your body reacts to food in terms of
  • when to eat
  • When to stop eating
  • What to eat
  • what changes occur in your body when you eat a particular food
  • How to prepare certain foods.

To get to know how your body really reacts to food, you first need to listen mindfully. This includes being aware of what’s happening inside your body, inside your mind, and in the world all around you as you eat.

When you fully listen to your body’s reactions to food,

  • you pay attention to your five senses—taste, smell, touch, sight, sound
  • you notice the subtler bodily sensations, emotions, and food triggers.
  • By honing this type of awareness, you can discover how different foods impact your body, mind, and day-to-day experiences.

Be curious and make observations about yourself, as well as the food you’re about to eat.

  • Notice your mood
  • Notice your energy levels
  • What is your general posture
  • What are your stress levels
  • How often do you get hungry?

So close your eyes and settle into a comfortable position.

Food and mood journal

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The Food and Mood Journal is the perfect tool to help you tune into the signals your body is sending you. By tracking what you eat and drink, it will help give you insight into how food affects your moods.

It’s an 8-week kick-start to mindful eating to help you identify the triggers that make you want to eat when you are not physically hungry.

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