By Marco Christiansen | Jun 21, 2021
Recognize the grower and chef. Distraction-free eating enhances the experience.
Notice the food's sounds, colors, smells, tastes, textures, and how it makes you feel. Engage your senses by pausing.
This prevents overeating and food waste. Fill a 9-inch dinner plate once.
These methods can help you savor your meal.
Eating slowly helps you know when you're satisfied or 80% full and can stop eating.
Hunger may cause you to choose the fastest and unhealthiest food. Eating regularly and slowly reduces these risks.
Eat plants for health and the environment. Food's long-term effects. Saturated fat and processed meat increase heart and colon cancer risk. Plant-based foods are greener than animal products.