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.
When it comes to snacking, people often choose chocolate bars and soda to curb hunger and feel better. These foods give you an energy boost that does not last long. In fact, they send your blood sugar levels on a roller coaster ride and leave you feeling more hungry and tired than ever. Here are few healthy snacks you should eat instead.