Eating is often rushed, squeezed in, multi-tasked, and on-the-run. While pursuing to what may seem like more important demands (work, family, etc.), we eat when we can, often quickly, and without knowing what we are eating.
How can we apply mindfulness to eating? once you understand the “what you eat” and “how you eat”, outcomes can be very promising. You can improve not only your body weight, blood sugar levels, cholesterol etc. but also emotional states including stress, anxiety, fatigue, sense of well being and daily functioning.
In this session Tarun will talk about his journey. He is still in the process of learning but just by being mindful was able to enjoy food without guilt and improve overall wellness.