Simple Steps for Eating Mindfully

Some great advice from Eric at Make it Ultra. Definitely worth following this guide to healthier eating… I spent far too many days skipping meals or rushing to finish so I could continue working… Result = Diabetes. I now follow Eric’s suggestions wherever possible each day, prioritising a healthier diet and taking time to enjoy the healthier food and this has enabled me to put my Diabetes into remission!

Dr. Eric Perry

mindfuleating.jpgWritten by Eric C., MA., PhD Candidate (USA)

Founder of: MakeItUltra™

“Mindful eating means simply eating or drinking while being aware of each bite or sip.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh

In our fast paced society and ever present need to multi-task, many of us have forgotten the joys of eating. I personally know what it’s like to be so busy I forget to stop and smell the spaghetti :). This was written as a reminder to myself. Here are 5 tips on how to eat more mindfully.

1. Recognize if you are truly hungry
Learn to recognize the physical cues of hunger and when you are full. By paying attention you will avoid overeating and eating for other reasons other than hunger. Some of us are emotional eaters and eat in response to certain emotions such as sadness, loneliness and boredom. Others might eat in response to external cues such sight or smell. Our sense…

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Truth Moment Monday!

Sparky Jen always gives me some food for thought with her posts and this weeks ‘Truth Moment Monday’ post resonated perfectly with my Law Of Attraction post. Jen illustrates why sometimes we need to experience a ‘struggle’ in life, with a brilliant story about a butterfly… Well worth a read and pop across to Jen’s blog as her posts are always inspiring!

Sparky Jen "No Beating Around the Bush Allowed!"

What thing(s) in your life are you wishing could be easier right now?

When was the last time you actually heard yourself say: “If this struggle doesn’t get easier, I’m going to quit.”

Today is a good day to take a short minute and read: “The Story of the Butterfly.”

Then see how you feel.


Struggles are not bad things. Infact, many can be good, especially if we view them as tests.

Think of them as preparation for something wonderful life has in store for you.

Let go of those scissors. Don’t you or let anyone else cut a hole in your life just yet.

Embrace the struggle!!!


Can you do that???

What If the Easy Way

Isn’t What It Appears To Be???

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