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Conscious Eating Tip of the Day

Friday, September 25, 2009

Slow down.



One way to lengthen and slow your eating experience (which will help you digest) is to see eating as a process. Really feel your jaw muscles engaging, your throat moving, as the food travels from mouth to stomach. Visualize the food delivering energy to all parts of your body, bathing your internal organs in nutrients.

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  • no profile photo CD2063988
    Living in the moment...being aware....I love it.

    Hugs,
    Wanda
    4173 days ago
  • FREDDY1232
    I need to slow down my eating. When I do. I feel full faster..Great blog
    4174 days ago
  • no profile photo HOKU-ALOHI
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    Dear Evelyn, I really really love this blog. My entire life I have been a very slow eater and my husband DJ is so wonderfully supportive. However other people including parents, siblings, in-laws, etcetera are always on my case.
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    Now I have someone other than DJ telling me it's okay to be me. I will continue to relish the nourishment to body and soul.
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    Aloha ~~ Maya
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    4174 days ago
  • CANNOTFATHOM
    Thanks for sharing!

    Penny
    4174 days ago
  • no profile photo CD5178852
    Why does my brain want to try this exercise with a chunk of darkest chocolate. Slow, smooth....

    Great blog, once again!

    K in BC
    4174 days ago
  • NJMATTICE
    Changing from mindless eating to mindful, meditative eating takes practice and positive reinforcement for change. Thanks for the reminder.
    -Nancy
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    4175 days ago
  • NIXFROMTHEBLOC
    what a great way to look at eating
    4175 days ago
  • CHIBIKARATE
    this is great and very awesome LOL emoticon
    4175 days ago
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