HOW TO EAT MINDFULLY THIS THANKSGIVING

  • ABC News
  • November 20, 2018

“Thanksgiving is a holiday with so much emotion around food attached,” said Dr. Alexis Conason, a clinical psychologist and the founder of The Anti-Diet Plan. “It’s like there is this expectation to overeat on this day.”

“Then the dam is let loose, and we often eat in ways that feel out of control or don’t feel good in our body,” she said.

Taking a few simple steps to be mindful before, during and after the Thanksgiving meal can help with not just enjoying the meal, but enjoying the holiday too, Conason said.

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