Mindful Eating Quotes

Quotes tagged as "mindful-eating" (showing 1-13 of 13)
Amit Ray
“Every moment nature is serving fresh dishes with the items of happiness. It is our choice to recognize and taste it.”
Amit Ray, Mindfulness Living in the Moment - Living in the Breath

Nataša Nuit Pantović
“We do food every single day! Conscious Eating is a big step toward Conscious Living. Quality and Quantity of Food is directly related to our Health and state of mind. We can use food to help us recover from Stress and Disease. Not taking food seriously will eventually lead to Stress or/and Disease.”
Nataša Nuit Pantović, Mindful Eating

Nataša Nuit Pantović
“Lot of us have problems with over-eating, eating too often, eating too little, eating junk food, food allergies, etc. This Guide the Conscious Eating is designed is such a way to empower you in your relationship to food, helping you become more aware and conscious of your body / mind connection to food.”
Nataša Nuit Pantović, Mindful Eating

Nataša Nuit Pantović
“The path to healthy body, and happy soul is based upon self-study, mindfulness, love and awareness.

Understanding our relationship to eating cultivates a lot of insights and help us start living our highest potential.”
Nataša Nuit Pantović, Mindful Eating

Milton Bevington
“Understanding myself should not be confused with changing myself”
Milton Bevington

Mary DeTurris Poust
“So often, even when we stop to say a blessing before a meal, we’re mentally preparing to spoon some pasta or potatoes onto our plates. We’re not usually focused on the present moment, simply placing ourselves before our food and entering into the still, slow space where eating is done for eating’s sake and not something we do simply to get to the next thing on our list.”
Mary DeTurris Poust, Cravings: A Catholic Wrestles with Food, Self-Image, and God

Mary DeTurris Poust
“By becoming aware of God’s Spirit, by slowing down and paying attention to the tastes and sounds and smells of the food we make and eat, we infuse our meals—and by extension our hearts—with a sense of awe, a depth of prayer that cannot help but transform our mindless eating into moving meditations.”
Mary DeTurris Poust, Cravings: A Catholic Wrestles with Food, Self-Image, and God

Mary DeTurris Poust
“Taken slowly, or mindfully, even eating an orange or a bowl of soup, or a small piece of dark chocolate for that matter, can take on the flavor or prayer.”
Mary DeTurris Poust, Cravings: A Catholic Wrestles with Food, Self-Image, and God

Mary DeTurris Poust
“When we infuse our actions with a focus on God and on the many blessings we receive in even the most mundane moments of our lives, we create sacred rituals that bring a sense of holiness, a sense of wholeness, to what we do and who we are. Like the Eucharistic feast that nourishes our heart and soul, every meal we eat with mindfulness[,] each bite we take with gratitude, has the power to transform us inside and out, for all time.”
Mary DeTurris Poust, Cravings: A Catholic Wrestles with Food, Self-Image, and God

Mary DeTurris Poust
“Even if you can’t be totally mindful at every meal, if you can say a blessing, silently if necessary, or offer up a prayer for someone, something beyond yourself and your food, the prayer helps to transform eating into something that affects not only our hunger at that moment but the greater world.”
Mary DeTurris Poust, Cravings: A Catholic Wrestles with Food, Self-Image, and God

Mary DeTurris Poust
“We can’t go from zero to sixty in a day or even a week when it comes to shifting our food-habit gears. We have to take baby steps, starting with an increasing awareness of our habits and a willingness to chip away at the ones that aren’t doing us any good. Slowly, with time and commitment, we move away from the rat-race, multitasking mentality to a place where we want to give our meals and ourselves the time and attention we deserve.”
Mary DeTurris Poust, Cravings: A Catholic Wrestles with Food, Self-Image, and God

Mary DeTurris Poust
“How we prepare our food, how we consume our food really makes a difference in how our food satisfies us and shapes the role we give food in our lives. Is it something we stuff in to satisfy an urge or something we savor to feed us physically and sustain us spiritually?”
Mary DeTurris Poust, Cravings: A Catholic Wrestles with Food, Self-Image, and God

John M. Poothullil MD
“It is not logical that millions of modern adults and children around the world are suddenly becoming insulin resistant”
John M. Poothullil MD, Eat, Chew, Live: 4 Revolutionary Ideas to Prevent Diabetes, Lose Weight and Enjoy Food