MINDFUL EATING is not a diet. It's a conscious way of eating and enjoying food for both good health and pleasure. It uses our internal cues for hunger, appetite, and satiety to guide us in eating. When we slow down and pay attention to how we eat, what we eat, and how we feel, we're more likely to make better decisions that nourish our bodies.
Left unchecked, the constant emotional overload can bring about a wide variety of other health complications. Fortunately, it is possible to restore the body to a state of peace and emotional health can be restored over time. The following are four holistic methods you can use to start bringing your emotional health back into balance.
Opening the windows and enjoying the fresh spring air is a great way to push those winter blues out of your home. Spring is the time to take long walks, enjoy your patio and just enjoy the great outdoors. Unless, of course, you suffer from seasonal allergies.