Mindful Eating

Mindful eating is a practice that involves being in the present moment, with attuned awareness during the act of creating meals and consuming foods and beverages. 

In addition to paying attention, mindful eating includes showing up to the act of sustaining yourself through food with no judgment. 

The providers at Rooted Path utilize mindful eating in their practice to help their clients cultivate a better relationship with food and their body, as well as support other conditions such as chronic stress, digestive upset, and blood sugar regulation. 

Key elements of mindful eating include: 

  • Bringing mindful awareness to the act of eating
  • Being present with your food, non-judgmentally
  • Tuning in with all of your senses
  • Cultivating a connection with your body’s hunger and fullness cues
  • Making conscious food choices
  • Understanding the difference between physical hunger vs. emotional hunger

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