Conscious food: rethink what you eat and enjoy eating

 

 

 


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Eating meaningless derives from an increase in unnecessary weight and produces fatigue and laziness. Therefore, Susan Bowerman, senior director of Herbalife Nutrition's Global Nutrition Education and Training, introduces the concept of "conscious food," a way of life that seeks not to stop and thinks what kind of food is consumed, at what time and quantity.

Life is stressful and tests the quietest. Applied to food, there are times of life where you eat less for nutritional reasons and more to comfort and overcome difficult moments. The problem of these intakes is that it is used to foods with empty calories and unhealthy snacks within reach. A bag of chips can know “to glory” or can even momentarily distract from a bad day, but eating meaningless leads to an unnecessary increase in weight, fatigue, laziness and other health consequences.

 

To eat healthy, you also have to do it consciously. Therefore, Herbalife Nutrition explains five ways to be more aware of what is consumed:

Write down what you eat
Anyone who has embarked on an exercise program is usually told to take the account of the steps it takes, the kilometers it runs or the training it does in a week. Why? Because when you realize the progress, you are more aware of the successes, as well as where you can improve. Carrying a food journal is an interesting pedagogical exercise. Remember those excesses and write down what you eat—when and why—it allows you to focus on the habits that need to be worked.

Find healthy alternatives. Eating is not the solution to overcome boredom
“We often find ourselves staring at the fridge or pantry, just listening. We might even wonder why we got into the kitchen. Before you take something to eat, you need to stop and ask yourself: “Why am I eating now?” Most likely we're not in the kitchen for hunger: you can be boring, angry or tired. If you take the time to ask yourself this question, you may discover that eating is not the solution. There are many other ways to overcome boredom, anger or fatigue. Instead of eating, taking a walk, calling a friend or preparing a cup of tea are healthy alternatives.” El Blog de la ginebra y el whisky on the rocks

Just eat.
It usually runs for everything, even for eating. In a world full of distractions, meals are often used as a time to do several things at once: you may watch TV, respond to email or browsing the Internet. These distractions do not help to be aware of what you eat or how much you eat. If you reserve a time to do nothing but eat, alone or with the family, you can be more aware of how much you are eating and enjoying what you eat.

Engaging the Senses
When you eat, it is difficult to be fully concentrated, as you are continually thinking about what you have to do next. Dedicating at least 20 minutes to concentrate on food and paying attention to the food of the dish allows you to use all the senses and become aware of the smells, flavors, colors, textures and sounds of food. If eaten carefully, each bite is more appreciated and one is satisfied with less.

Understand the dirt
Everyone has ever eaten - especially during the holidays - until they leave the stomach so swollen that it is necessary to unbrogate the pants. Although these overeating occasions may be rare, many people have a habit of eating too much, rather than eating just enough to stop being hungry. This process can be a challenge for those who have been educated to clean their dishes or who fear to waste food. The first step is to serve less quantity. “Eat slowly and carefully, and look at how we feel when we eat until we are no longer hungry, instead of eating until we get tired, it is the right way to understand satiety.”

In an ever-active world like the East, it may be difficult to take the time needed to pay attention to how, when, where and why it is eaten, rather than considering it an element more than the task list. Conscious feeding allows you to stop and think about what kind of food is being consumed and how much. Being aware of when and why it is stingy and taking the time to sit without distractions to eat allows you to enjoy food, learn about food patterns and reap the benefits of healthier and nutritious meals.

Conscious food: rethink what you eat and enjoy eating

Conscious food: rethink what you eat and enjoy eating

Eating meaningless derives from an increase in unnecessary weight and produces fatigue and laziness. Therefore, Susan Bowerman, senior director of Herbalife Nu

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2024-05-20

 

Conscious food: rethink what you eat and enjoy eating
Conscious food: rethink what you eat and enjoy eating

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