Eat Well

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Paying attention to the cues your body sends you is something we have seemingly forgotten how to do. Instead we have become reliant on others to tell us what to eat and in what quantities, ignoring the prompts our bodies give us every day about what it needs and how much.

Finding an approach to food and eating that helps you refocus your attention on the body can not only be liberating but much more healthful in the long run.

When it comes to connecting to the body, Eastern traditions often provide good examples of how you can tune in to and align the body and the mind. Tai chi, yoga and meditation arecan provide us with a centuries-old place to start.

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