... (square foot garden), buy your food from your local producers and suppliers, buy food from the people who are still proud of their products (Slow Food), and enjoy every bite and every sip (a free lesson in mindfulness too).
Decadent hot-fudge brownie sundaes, greasy chili cheese fries, and ooey-gooey pizza — sometimes it's hard to resist the temptation of these delicious, high-calorie, sodium- and sugar-laden foods.
Getting the hang of our cravings can be a bit tricky. We have to learn to listen to our bodies, but at the same time manage that we find healthy alternatives to what we crave. It's a little known fact that our cravings is actually our bodies telling us we lack certain nutrients to balance our metabolism. This is a helpful article to help us from giving into our cravings (the unhealthy ones).
The Active Learning Elementary School in Queens is believed to be one of the first offering an all-vegetarian menu.
Sometimes the option to go all vegetarian is all it takes for us to do go vegetarian. If vegetarian meals are made available to us in places where we frequent, it is much more likely for most of us to have the consciousness to pick leaner meals. And giving access to this for people at a very young age, is really a very HAPI development. Kids are made aware of the importance of alternatives to the usual meals served in not as healthy (or health conscious) environment.
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This outlines one way we can get ourselves to pay attention to our food while we are eating. This is important since not only will it allow you to lessen your food intake to a healthier level but it will let you focus more on the experience of eating (which we forget when we're rushing through everything). There are technologies available that can help with this (time yourself with a timer) or better yet, use a more focused technology like the HAPIfork, a fork that vibrates when you're eating too fast to alert you to slow down and enjoy your meal.
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