Tag Archives: taste

Keep Produce at Eye Level

Vegetables happen to be one food group that virtually every health expert agrees is beneficial for heart and digestive health. Store whatever produce you have on hand at eye level in the fridge or on the counter in order to keep it top-of-mind … Continue reading

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Mindfulness Eating

Slow down! It can take up to 20 minutes for your stomach to signal to your brain that it’s full. Try putting your fork down after every couple of bites, an be sure yo actually chew your food (aim for … Continue reading

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Beautiful Produce

I go to the local famers market and nerd out looking at beautiful produce. I especially love it when a new season takes over and beautiful blossoming sugar snap peas, tender asparagus and ramps replace winter root vegetables, or when … Continue reading

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Mindful Eating

Engage all five senses when you eat. Experts say the practice of mindfulness – being fully aware of your thoughts and feeling in a nonjudgmental way- can help lower your stress response, improve focus and cognition and fight pain. And … Continue reading

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Sensory

Make eating more sensory: think about experience texture and aroma as well as taste. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new … Continue reading

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