I thought this was an interesting article on weight loss and wanted to share it with my readers.

Mindful eating may not be a mainstream weight-loss tactic (yet), but that doesn’t mean it’s unsupported by science. In a 2013 Kent State University study, researchers found that mindfulness strategies — for example, paying close attention to the taste and smell of food, and attending to hunger and fullness — significantly increased people’s satiety after a meal. Another study showed that dieters who still practiced mindfulness techniques after completing a weight-loss program continued dropping weight. So how can you bring these skills to the table to drop pounds? Start with these secrets to success, gleaned from the new book 20 Pounds Younger. Read more.

Kelly

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