Is mindful eating practically possible? In our real, fast-paced, crunch-craving lives?
Did you know that mindful eating, in Ayurveda, is not just about balancing calorie intake. It is about so much more than just what you eat.
Ayurveda says eating fast, eating while distracted, emotionally or physically can all lead to poor health.
And yet, especially, in our modern lives when eating is more of a chore, or a medium of entertainment, rather than the act of nutrition-giving to the body, and when snacking has become the need of the hour, how do you eat 'mindfully', really?
How can you improve your eating habits to help you reach your fitness goals faster?
No, not skipping your meals, not opting for smaller portion size, but making choices that doesn't make you choose between snacking and eating right for the moment.
While there are tons of healthy snacks in the market with over-flowing nutrition labels, half of which requires a nutrition expert to decode, what mindful snacking really require are consumables that can keep up with our fast-paced lives, deal with indigestion, bloating and fluctuating energy levels and bring an overall balance to our bodies rather than cause depletion, all together, in just a few little crunches.
Made with the same flavorful spice that your pizzas, pastas and other Mediterranean cuisines consist of - CUMIN, Ayuttva's Cumin Thins go beyond just a healthy choice of snacking.