Understanding Overeating

Over-estimating the under-rated rollercoaster of diets can lead to fatigue and hopelessness.

How much of our daily thoughts do we put into feeling overweight? Is it something we focus on too often?

Yet how much of our daily bread goes into our mouths and doesn’t quite make it to the first swallow before we fear how much this is going to cost the waist?

Eating, and it’s effects consume almost all senses:

  • smell started it
  • taste gets us wanting more
  • feel and texture  confirms that eating is a delightfully enjoyable experience

Yet it’s the senses that can become powerful instruments in developing a healthier relationship with food.

Healthy eating begins with a healthy and nurturing attitude towards out body – consistently.

About Suzanne

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Suzanne is the owner of Food, Mood and Attitude. Suzanne is passionate about sharing healthy messages about how we relate to food and our bodies. Life is too short too worry about big bums and diets that don't work.

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Suzanne is the owner of Food, Mood and Attitude. Suzanne is passionate about sharing healthy messages about how we relate to food and our bodies. Life is too short too worry about big bums and diets that don't work.

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