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What does “mindful eating” mean? What is the difference between mindful eating and healthy eating? How to eat mindfully?
The root of these questions is not that specific diet plan—it’s our mind. The difference in the mindset will drastically improve the quality of your life! Now, the question is how to achieve this mindset? That is where The Mindful Eating for Beginners comes in! The authors share a specific plan to build healthy eating habits, improve digestion, and strengthen the immune system.
Every recipe of this book offers a delectable, easy-to-prepare dishes using familiar ingredients to help anyone find their way to better health.
Beautiful and instructive full-color photographs throughout the book reveal key preparation details that make every dish inviting and accessible. For your convenience, degrees indicated in both Celsius and Fahrenheit in all recipes. This cookbook delivers 55 (+3 bonus) recipes straight from Anka’s collection:
* Appetizers—14 recipes;
* Main courses—19 recipes;
* Desserts—22 recipes;
* Bonus—3 recipes (it will be a pleasant surprise).
During a reading, you will discover step-by-step guidelines and tips which help you feel the real taste of every moment.
Full of personal stories, this inspiring book proposes a new approach to life. Here’s a small sampling of things you will find in this book:
* 10 Steps to mindful eating;
* 3 Main questions you need to ask yourself before eating;
* 3 Steps to do while eating;
* 2 Key tips for developing mindful eating from other people;
* 6 Tips for mindful eating to normalize body weight;
* 3 Steps to optimal body weight using the power of thought;
* 10 Tips on how to strengthen your immune system;
* …and much more.
After reading this book, you will know how to achieve optimal health and enjoy satisfying meals in the process.
So what are you waiting for?
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Targeted Age Group:: General
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
It is straightforward and, at the same time, an essential goal—to focus on benefiting people. This book is designed to change your understanding of the eating process and bring new dishes into your life to apply the knowledge gained in practice.
What Does “Mindful Eating” Mean?
Mindfulness is one of the main qualities of a person. If a person does not lives mindful (now we are talking not only about mindful eating), then, believe me, he loses a lot. After all, mindfulness is people’s ability to physically and mentally feel the present moment of life. To feel body and understand its needs and eat not when there is nothing to do, boring or when you are in nervous tension, but only when you really feel hungry. Also, mindfulness is the ability to focus on doing or creating something and understand the degree of importance of the matter and not switch from the primary to the secondary.
Mindful eating is a way of life that allows you to normalize your attitude to food, create a comfortable eating pattern for yourself, and maintain optimal weight. And most importantly, this can be done without exhausting fasting, intense exertion, and endless diets!
Mindful eating teaches us to carefully answer questions such as:
“Why am I eating?”
“What am I eating?”
“When do I eat?”
“How much do I eat?”
“How do I eat?”
Mindful eating helps us deal not only with food but, of course, with our lives. With their desires, needs, feelings, relationships, thoughts, and life problems. It is the opposite of automatic food consumption—I’m sure you realize that situations, where a person absorbs food immensely, are unacceptable. Moreover, mindful eating does not mean that a person should eat exclusively healthy foods. The categories “harmful,” “useful,” “right,” “wrong” are absent from this approach. The bottom line is that by consuming food mindfully, we teach the body to independently recognize what, when, and what quantities it needs. Even if a person strictly follows the principles of healthy eating, but does it so to speak “on the automation” or forcibly stuffs food into himself that he does not like (although it is considered useful), then he is unlikely to achieve a positive effect from such a “healthy” diet.
And yet, the main advantage of mindful eating is that this approach cultivates a respectful attitude towards food and a respectful attitude towards yourself and your body. Agree, when a person overeats, he feels heaviness, he feels terrible, and he blames himself for it. But sometimes this is repeated from day to day, and everything turns into a vicious circle, which inevitably closes. However, when we begin to hear our needs and pay attention to our desires, our attitude towards ourselves changes. The quality of life is changing. We begin to feel ourselves in a new way. We gain freedom through mindfulness in nutrition. It is also worth noting that mindful eating is very closely related to the very process of cooking, as we call it in our family—“mindful cooking.” (We will single out a separate book for this topic, and if you are reading this book, let’s say so in the year 2021, it means rather in total, the book on mindful cooking has already been published). The connection between mindful eating and mindful cooking is one reason why we rarely go to restaurants and cafes and rarely buy convenience foods. We do often not buy even the dough needed to bake cookies, but we cook ourselves. Try and cook something according to our recipes, and I am sure that you will be satisfied.
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