I recently spoke to Refinery29 about the practice of mindful eating and it's importance in our current culture. If you would like to read more you can find the full article here.
“We are in a culture where dramatic headlines and quick fixes tend to gain the most attention,” Nutritional Therapist Antonia Magor tells Refinery29. “Our relationship with food can often become complicated unconsciously. As women, there has historically been a lot of pressure to look a certain way, and now it seems there is a lot of pressure to eat a certain way.” Almost the antithesis of conventional dieting, mindful eating is about regaining control of what you want to eat, not what you’ve been told to eat by glossy mags and self-proclaimed food gurus.