On February 16th, Beth and I interviewed Dr. Michelle May about her mission to help people break free from the bondage of restrictive diets so we may live more mindful, abundant lives. She shared simple, powerful strategies for knowing when, what, and how much to eat–without restrictive rules. (Did you know that WHY we eat affects WHAT we eat, HOW we eat, and HOW MUCH we eat???) Michelle also discussed the importance of balancing eating for nourishment with eating for enjoyment (“Take a break and savor every morsel!”), and she encouraged us to stop using exercise to punish ourselves for what we eat.
This interview is chock full of tips, tools, and techniques for eating mindfully and joyfully. If you or someone you love has ever struggled with body image and poor eating habits, I strongly encourage you to listen to Michelle’s interview and visit her website at http://www.AmIHungry.com.
Michelle’s Coaching Suggestions
What are your body’s signals that you are hungry?
Can you identify times you eat for reasons other than hunger?
What would happen if you ate what you really wanted? What would happen if you ate what you wanted and didn’t feel guilty about it?
What distracts you when you eat?
What happens when you eat mindlessly?
What else are you mindless about in your life? How could mindfulness improve the quality of your life?
Michelle’s Quote for the Day
“One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating.” ~Luciano Pavarotti and William Wright, Pavarotti, My Own Story
Now go enjoy a yummy piece of chocolate!
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