Sensual Eating Fuels Good Health

Use every meal to maintain quality of life. Intuitive eating is a lifestyle of finding pleasure in eating without the stress of dieting.

Attitudes towards food and eating are mirrored in every relationship you have. If you are tense with the intimate act of eating, you’re tense with other intimate acts. Instead of pleasure and sharing together, personal resentment and self doubt build.

Intuitive values are attitudes that work like tools for losing weight. Make life easier. Be an intuitive eater. Your life will change in more ways than losing weight. The best  is, by using sensual thinking guidelines to eat smarter, good decisions spill over, enhancing every relationship – personal and business. Life gets easier.

It’s important to  stay in sync with your body’s needs. Your senses are natural guides towards healthy priorities and personal satisfaction. Intuitive eating is an easy balance of taste, scent, personal and physical satisfaction.

Eating updates your energy. Honor yourself by tuning into how your body feels when you eat. Staying open and curious about your options is smart, uplifting, empowering and fun.

We already use our senses to focus as we text, write and speak, which tunes us in to what we feel with our minds. As a result, we relate to our bodies differently. We have become obsessed with our bodies, fitness, and image, because we are making this sensory connection. We feel with our mind, and connect with what we sense in a whole different way. Sensual living is relaxing because by feeling with our minds, we have good timing.

Be curious. Notice your health and tune-in to how you feel when you eat. Be dignified. Respect and allow what you physically experience by acknowledging it. Tuning into you body is natural. Make life easier. Let your next meal be sensual fuel.

Stay in sync with your body.  Talk less, sense more. Like the way you look.

 

#janebernard

 

 

 

 

 

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