The Life Cycle of Food

Mindful eating has many meanings. Sometimes it is perceived as the opposite of distracted eating or as merely a technique to eat with awareness and all the 5 senses. Most often ‘mindful eating’ refers to an intervention for individuals with eating issues. Indeed, all...

Eating with equanimity

Does a mindfulness meditation practice will help us to feel less reactive and more at ease with food? For most people, eating is not a neutral experience. Often meal times give rise to many thoughts around food (do’s and don’ts) and emotions ranging from...

Mindful eating and anorexia. Part 2

Emotional fullness and stomach satiety In the previous blog post I’ve addressed different steps when working with people with anorexia. Intrinsic motivation and readiness to change destructive eating habits is essential. If the behavior itself is not perceived as...

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