We are a mobile society and whether traveling for leisure or work, eating on the road presents myriad challenges. Some examples:
Any of these challenges can lead to choices about when, what, and how much to eat that leave you feeling stuffed, tired, and regretful. Mindful eating provides a simple approach that’s flexible enough to withstand the challenges of eating while traveling.
Let’s start with the basics. Mindfulness is simply paying attention to the present moment, on purpose, without judgment. It is an ancient practice with profound and practical applications in modern society. Mindfulness is finding its way into many aspects of our work and personal lives. At Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Programs and Training, we’ve used mindful eating principles for the last seventeen years to help clients and employees resolve reactive, habitual, and mindless eating patterns that lead to short and long term problems.
Nine Mindful Eating Tips for Travelers
Michelle May, M.D. is a recovered yoyo dieter and the founder of Am I Hungry?® Mindful Eating Programs and Training that guides individuals to resolve mindless and emotional eating and senseless yo-yo dieting to live the vibrant life they crave. Over 600 health professionals have been trained to facilitate Am I Hungry? Programs worldwide. Dr. May is also the award-winning author of the book series, Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat.
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Michelle Meyers, a well-know physician, author, and professor of physical therapy at the University of Kentucky, published analysis for both the layperson and for educational on fat loss nutrition topics, including gluten-free, low-carb and paleo.