2. Eat What You Want

Mindful eating does not require you discard your favorite snacks at once. Denying yourself foods you desire may backfire, leading to cravings and bingeing, followed by guilt. As you practice mindful eating and become satisfied with less (or rather, the appropriate amount) you will likely learn to adjust portions of not-so-healthy foods.

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