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Mindful Eating For Health
Mindful eating can help you enjoy food more.
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Mindful Eating For Health

Mindful Eating Can Aid In Weight Loss and Stress Managem

What Is Mindful Eating?

Mindful eating is a form of mindfulness (a great stress management technique, by the way) that incorporates the practice of being fully present and non-judgmentally aware, with the act of eating. Because many people—especially stressed people—can overeat without even realizing what they’re doing, mindful eating is an excellent strategy for stopping the pattern of mindless eating and really enjoying food.

Benefits of Mindful Eating

Because mindful eating can enable you to become more fully aware of every bite you take, mindful eating can lead to a significant decrease in mindless eating—where you just ‘nosh’ on snacks and aren’t even fully aware of what and how much you’re taking in. Mindful eating can also help you really savor your food, enjoying it more fully so you require less of it to feel satisfies, and, paradoxically, enjoy your smaller portions more. Overall, mindful eating can be an effective strategy for eating less, enjoying food more, and even reducing stress in the whole process (which can lead to less emotional eating as well). Great strategy, huh?

Mindful Eating in Practice

Mindful eating has been used successfully as an approach to weight loss as well as for a meditation and stress relief technique. Mindful eating is regularly recommended by weight loss coaches, diet books and others. It’s a simple and effective technique that can be easily put into practice. The first—and simplest—step you can take to develop a mindful eating approach to your regular meals is to stop eating while you engage in other activities. Most importantly , that means not eating in front of the television. Studies show that adults who eat in front of the television tend to eat more and enjoy their food less; research also shows that children who eat in front of the television are at a higher risk for obesity.

Mindful Eating: How It’s Done

While removing distractions can go a long way in reducing mindless eating, the practice of mindful eating goes a step further. When practicing mindful eating, focus deeply on each sensation you experience, both inside and out. Some specific things to pay attention to include:
  • The taste of the food.
    Specifically, focus on each individual flavor, how it feels on your tongue, how long the flavor lasts and how it fades.
  • The texture of the food.
    How does it feel to eat it? Is it satisfyingly crunchy? Smooth and creamy? Juicy? Celebrate each sensation.
  • The thoughts you experience as you eat.
    If other thoughts come into your head, notice them, but then gently redirect your attention to your mindful eating.
  • Physical sensations in your body.
    Notice how your hunger gradually moves into satisfaction. Try to pinpoint specific moments when you no longer feel hungry, and no longer need more food to feel satisfied. Often when people eat mindlessly, they’re left with a ‘stuffed’ feeling afterward because they didn’t notice when they were full.
  • Tension in your body.
    If you feel tense from a stressful day, try to relax your muscles. Let your shoulders drop and relax, let your breathing switch to deep breathing, and just relax and enjoy your food. This should all give you a good start in mindful eating, requiring only practice.

Mindful Eating Resources

Taking away distractions will help by automatically help create more mindful eating, and being ‘in the now’ and noticing each sensation will bring even more mindful eating benefits. There are also exercises you can practice to deepen your success with mindful eating. You don’t need to eat every meal with the deepest level of mindfulness, but practicing exercises that require deeply mindful eating can enable you to be more effective at mindful eating when you think of it. Other exercises that require a more relaxed level of mindful eating can be used at every meal. Here are some to try: Mindful Eating Exercises
Elizabeth Scott, M.S.
Stress Management Guide

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De acuerdo al título y la imagen, ¿cuál cree usted que es el tópico que está a punto de leer?
Debemos estar consciente que la seleccion adecuada de los alimentos ayuda a conservar la salud.
¿Cuál es la idea general del texto?
 Debemos tomar conciencia de que comer es una forma de atención (una practica del stres grande), debemos estar atentos del acto de alimentarnos sin prejuicios. Por que la gente puede comer en exceso sin darse cuenta, por lo que estar atento de lo que comemos de lo que comemos es una excelente estratregia para deterne el patrón de comer sin sentido y disfrutar la comida.
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  • Stress
  • technique
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  • attention
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Benefits of Mindful Eating

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Habla la importancia de estar conciente de lo que comemos, esto nos ayudara a disfrutar mejor la comida sin prejuicio, y que es recomendable algunos realizar algunos beneficios para el acto de comer.
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Giorgi Kadagidze

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Giorgi Kadagidze
Governor of the National Bank of Georgia
Assumed office
February 2009
Head of the Georgian Financial Supervisory Agency
In office
April 2008 – February 2009
Personal details
Born10 April 1980 (1980-04-10) (age 31)
Giorgi Kadagidze (born 1980) is the Governor and Chairman of the Board of the National Bank of Georgia.
In 2001 he graduated European School of Management – ESM, Speciality of Business Administration; at the same time he got Bachelor’s Degree of Preston University; In 2005 he graduated Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA) and got Master’s degree in Public Administration; In different years he was working for Audit and Consulting Firm - “UBC International”, as an Auditor, Senior Auditor, Audit Manager. In People’s bank as a Head of Credit Department; In Tbilisi Municipality, as a Head of Financial Division, Head of Financial Service, Head of Municipal Financial Service; In General Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia, as a Head of Economic Department; In recent years he was a Head of the Financial Monitoring Service of Georgia and Head of the Georgian Financial Supervisory Agency; Since 2009 Giorgi Kadagidze is a Chairman of the Board of the National Bank of Georgia and Governor of the National Bank of Georgia.

1.- Fecha de nacimiento?
     Born 10 april 1980. (Nacio en 1980)

2. Que edad tiene?
    31 años.

3. En que año se graduo y cuales titulos obtuvo?
         En 2001 se graduó de la Escuela Europea de Administración - ESM, Especialidad en Administración de Empresas, al mismo tiempo, se btuvopuso Licenciatura de Preston University, en 2005 se graduó del Instituto Georgiano de Asuntos Públicos (MPPS) y tiene Maestría en Administración Pública.

4. Algunos cargos asumidos?

Gobernador del Banco Nacional de Georgia, desde 02 2009
Jefe de la Agencia de Supervisión Financiera de Georgia En la oficina  Abril 2008-febrero 2009

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