No more excuses - All you need to be Mindful is 6 minutes of your time.
According to new research mindfulness can sharpen a person’s ability to recognize internal cues that signal hunger and fullness.
In a 2016 study, researchers taught people a short body scan meditation that primes them to become more aware of their own body. They found that practicing mindfulness and specifically paying mindful attention to body sensations is related to a more constant body weight in a sample of the general population.
Try out the above guided meditation, courtesy of Time.com and Nick Velkov, to see what it’s like.
(It's on my phone and I listen to it on commutes, in waiting rooms, in bed before sleep).
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