Eating slowly and mindfully gives your brain the chance to get the signal that you’re full, so you’re less likely to overeat. And if you take it slow, you’re more likely to think about what you’re eating and make sensible, healthy choices.
Eating mindfully gives me the opportunity to be grateful for every person who played a part in bringing the food to my table.
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