Becoming a aware Eater
Yoga studios generally do not have a mirror, which allows individuals to focus their consciousness inward rather than on a cause or the appearance of the individuals around them.Surveys have found that those who practice yoga are more sensitive to their bodies than those who do not. They were also happier and less important than their bodies. For these reasons, yoga has become an integral part of eating disorder treatment and programs that promote positive body image and superficiality.
Yoga practice has been shown to extend attention not only to school, but also to different areas of an individual’s life.
Researchers describe mindful eating as a non-judgmental awareness of the physical and emotional sensations associated with eating. They developed a way to experience a conscious nutritional victimization of these behaviors: eating even after completion (disinhibition), tastes and smellseating in response to environmental cues, such as seeing or smelling food when you are unhappy or stressed (eating emotionally) when distracted by different things yoga applies and several minutes of application per week correlate with scores power more aware. However, food smells, tastes and feels in the mouth.