Research shows people tend eat more when standing, which is why you should sit at a table to pay greater attention to your food.
2. Chew slowly
The longer you take to chew, the more you’ll taste and enjoy food. This will also naturally slow your eating. Harvard University research suggests that eating with your non-dominant hand helps to slow down.
3. Use your senses
Take time to feel the texture, taste and smell of your food, something most people don’t do. By doing this, you’ll gain awareness to the your food choices.
4. Declutter the environment
Research shows that a clean environment encourages mindful eating and better digestion.
Don’t be distrated by phones or other electrical devices. Concentrate on your breathing instead.