How to Change Your Relationship with Food
Enjoy every bite. Eat slowly, chew every bite well and take sips of water between bites. Your brain will acknowledge that your food needs have been met faster if your focus is on the meal. Learn to throw away burnt or unappealing portions.
Listen to your body's signals. Usually within about 20 minutes, your blood sugar levels will rise enough to signal your brain that you are full. This is the reason for eating at a slower pace. Make sure you breathe between bites. Your body requires oxygen to not only properly digest the food but also restore your energy levels.
When food no longer has you in bondage, you will feel more in control of your life. You will have a greater amount of energy. You may even lose weight because you made the decision to put food in its rightful place in your life.