Yes, one can lose weight without strenuous exercise, calorie counting, drugs or expensive devices that don’t work We’ve all faced the challenges of weight loss, failing over and over again for the same reason: because we do not properly address the mind. The Meditation Diet aids in weight loss by harnessing the power of mindfulness and eating. This isn’t another cult diet. Mindful eating it is a common-sense tactic, based on proven logical ideologies, to help you lose weight. The Meditation Diet offers long-lasting results through a trouble-free method. Just forget about timeworn diet techniques that never worked.
Do anything 3 times a day, on a daily basis for the rest of your life and you are certain to get bored. Eating is the same. We, nevertheless, are ‘masters of distraction’ … this is why our screens became our faithful dining companions. However, they can get in our way of a healthy-diet and a healthy-weight in ways that we might not realize. Research have shown how simple changes in our eating habits can be significant in weight loss.
The Meditation Diet Technique
Mentioned below are some of the techniques:
- Do one thing at a time. When you are eating just eat. Do not multitask eating with working or watching or reading or driving. Make some space for the eating-meditation.
- Place your food in front of you, smell it and observe at it – Notice its texture, color, flaws. It doesn’t matter what you choose to eat – it can be a carrot, fistful of berries, some raw walnuts or almonds, or the food you eat on regular basis.
- Eat your food one bite at a time and relish its texture and taste. Is it soft, chewy, crunchy? Is it sweet, salty, spicy? Think about what ingredients has been used in the food — chemicals, fat, salt, sugar? How does it make you feel? Think through how nutritious it is for you and how it is beneficial you.
- Consider the background. Take a minute to meditate about the food’s origin: did it come from someplace in your region or another continent? Who produced it, selected it, and transported it? Be grateful for what you have.
- Observe your heart. How do you feel when you are eating? Are you stressed, sad, hungry, happy, bored or impatient?
- Give break between bites. Do not hurry up for the next bite while you are still chewing. Just take one bite and swallow. Take in air. Enjoy the gap. Repeat the procedure for the next bite.
- Rehearse this one time a day until becomes a steady habit. Then try it two times a day. Finally, do it each and every time you eat or drink.
This is a slow but effective process. You might lose about half a pound per week and 20 to 30 lbs. in a year. This diet is all about re-learning the eating method, and being mindful about what you put in your body.