Mindful Eating
The Buddhist Center - Thubten Norbu Ling

Mindful Eating Using Buddhist Wisdom

The initial taste of a meal is often the most enjoyable—the tantalizing aroma, the unfamiliar flavor, and the satisfaction of a craving—but have you noticed how quickly that pleasure fades? After a few bites, your attention has likely shifted to other things such as chores, unfinished tasks, or the television.

When it comes to discussing dietary habits, the focus is usually on physical . However, mindful eating takes into account the spiritual, emotional, and mental aspects of nourishment as well. Eating is an important part of our lives, but it’s often overshadowed by stress, diet , and multitasking.

Mindful eating is an easy and cost-free way to avoid overeating. It may take some practice, self-control, and commitment, but the rewards are worth it.

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