Shortcuts! Action! Your 6th sense is awesome!
Shortcuts and simple action steps are part of intuitive eating.
Because short-cuts and simple action steps are a natural part of intuitive eating, people who eat intuitively make it look easy.
Easy is a good thing.
Shortcut # 6 Don't eat while multi-tasking.
Don't stand up or multi-task when you eat because it leads to overeating.
Multi-tasking and eating at the same time is unconscious eating, which is the opposite of being aware or intuitive.
When you multi-task, you don't taste your food or relate to your body while you eat.
Sitting down and focusing on the taste of what you're eating is the way to be sure you're enjoying it. Otherwise you will not know when you're satisfied.
Also sitting down when you eat lets your body relax, which helps you get more nourishment from your food.
Why it works :
When you give what you're eating your undivided attention, you eat less.
Focusing on enjoying food means you get more nourishment and are less likely to abuse your body by over stuffing it.
Stay connected with your intuition and you will stay in touch with your dream body.
Intuitive eating is being in sync with your body. It is not ignoring it, fighting it or depriving yourself.
Intuitive eating requires keeping an open honest connection with yourself. This connection is a way honoring who you are.
You deserve it.
Am I Really Hungry
gives you tools so that you can recognize physical cues from your body that keep you clear about your priorities and personal boundaries.
The more you use the intuitive tools, the better you know yourself.
Ultimately intuitive eating becomes automatic.
and the comfort of self-control are all part of intuitive eating.
# 2 Tune in to your body image.
# 3 Only eat when you're hungry.
# 4 Only eat what you want.
# 5 Stop eating when you're satisfied.