As an alternative to doomed diet regimens, some weight-loss experts recommend tuning in to our own instincts and trying intuitive eating. But are our bodies’ cravings always a good guide?
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Tips for using your senses and instincts to eat healthy.
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Instead of following complicated, unsatisfying diet regimens, tune in to your own senses and instincts.
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Approaching meals mindfully isn’t just about upgrading your awareness—it can enhance your digestion, satisfaction and metabolism, too.