All that we as adults do, it must be taught to our children and we must learn what is normal eating.
Talking about normal eating is eating for hungry and stop when we are satisfied, is to listen to our body and our mind is to go to the table hungry and eating until you are satisfied, ie, eat according to hunger-satiety cycle.
It’s the power to choose the food you like and eat enough of it, enjoying it and making us aware of what the body says, that is, stop when I send the body’s satiety signal and not just stop eating because I feel guilt or simply because I think I should.
Normal Food has three meals per day, or four or five. We can leave some cookies on the dish because you know you can have more tomorrow, or you can eat more now because you just love them.
In normal feeding is valid from time to time eating more than usual, feeling very full or uncomfortable. Even it’s understandable when you have desired to eat a little more.
Normal feeding is to trust that your body will amend your mistakes in the diet. Eat normally require a bit of your time and attention, but always keep in place each of the important areas of your life.
In short, normal eating is flexible, responds to your hunger and satiety, your schedule, your proximity to food and is not affected by your feelings.
Blog entry is a colaboration: L.N. Claudia Ramírez González
I am a Nutritionist about to graduate from the UAM-X DF. I am currently Co-founder and Director of the Department of Clinical Nutrition ABC of Eating Disorders Food, my specialty is weight control and care for eating disorders in children, adolescents and adults.
My mission is to teach that you can eat well without many restrictions or obsessions that end up hurting our health, it is very easy to fall into problems of obesity, anorexia and bulimia.
You can contact me on ABC Foundation of the TCA phones, which are 5276-9591 or 5273-6092 or mail email@example.com
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