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Main eBook: “The Everyday Guide to Mindful Eating – Avoid Overeating, End Your Junk Food Addiction & Banish Cravings”

(3882 words, 19 pages, 7 images)

Mindful Eating PLR Book

 

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Table of Contents for the Gluten Free PLR Ebook:

Introduction: What is Mindful Eating?…………………………………………….. 3

The Dangers of Mindless Eating………………………………………………………. 4

It’s About Being Aware, not Perfect!……………………………………………….. 5

Why Junk Food is So Addictive & Why We Overeat………………………….. 7

How Junk Food Affects Your Brain…………………………………………………… 8

Emotional Reasons for Junk Food Addiction & Overeating……………… 10

The 6 Pillars of Mindful Eating……………………………………………………… 12

Nutritional Principles of a Healthy, Mindful Diet………………………………. 14

The Benefits of Mindful Eating……………………………………………………… 15

Understanding The 7 Different Types of Hunger…………………………….. 16

Discovering How Much Food You Really Need……………………………….. 18

Being Mindful While You Eat………………………………………………………… 19

Dealing with Withdrawal, Cravings and Slip-Ups……………………………. 21

How to Live and Move Mindfully to Complement Your Diet……………. 22

Mindful Living Tips……………………………………………………………………… 23

Take it One Step at a Time…………………………………………………………… 24

 

Sample Content for the Mindful Eating Premium PLR Ebook:

The word “mindfulness” is misunderstood by some people. It is not a word commonly used in everyday conversations, so it’s understandable if you may not be entirely sure about what it means. Mindfulness is simply…

“The quality or state of being conscious or aware of something.”

How many times have you been in a rush when eating, and you just scarfed your food down in a hurry? Have you ever woken up late, rushed around to get ready for work, flying out of the house in a hurry and pulling into a fast food drive-through to grab your breakfast because it was quicker than preparing one at home? Unfortunately, these things happen.

We say unfortunately because this is not a very mindful way to eat.

You are not being conscious or aware of how you are eating, what you are eating, and your mindset and emotions as you eat. You are eating while you are stressed out. Stress leads to inflammation and inflammation can cause your digestive system to work improperly. So when you are stressed out as you are eating, even if you eat healthy food, your body does not process it properly.

The Dangers of Mindless Eating
Research tells us that when you do not consciously pay attention to your entire eating experience, and eat “in the moment”, you promote unhealthy conditions such as:

  • Becoming overweight
  • Obesity
  • Dancer
  • Diabetes
  • Heart disease

When you don’t take a conscious approach to nutrition, what you eat and how you eat, and the environment you are eating in, you also raise your risk of developing neurological disorders and health problems from brain fog to Parkinson’s disease, and memory loss to Alzheimer’s.

That’s why it is so important to understand how to eat with mindfulness.

That is exactly what this report is going to help you do. In it, you will learn just exactly why junk food can be so incredibly addictive. You may have tried to put down certain foods you know are unhealthy, but found it nearly impossible to do so. Don’t beat yourself up, this happens because of the intentional way food manufacturers “build” unhealthy food. They want you to be addicted to their products, and they don’t really care that their food is costing you your mental and physical health.

You will also discover the psychological side of overeating and food addiction. You may have a lot of good knowledge about how you should eat for health. Yet you may find yourself turning to “bad food” again and again. Why does this happen if you know what foods and eating behaviors are good and bad for your body? In many cases, poor eating habits are tied to emotional reasons, so we will look at exactly just what emotional eating is, and how you can get a handle on it.

We will introduce you to the amazing benefits of mindful eating, and you will find out that there are actually several different types of hunger. Determining what type of hunger you experience allows you to win and if you should be eating. You will additionally learn how to spot triggers that lead to bad eating behaviors, and the exact processes, tips and tricks that allow you to be mindful before and during your meals.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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Mindful Eating Tips Checklists :

(406 words, 3 pages) 

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Short Report: “Train Your Brain to Hate Junk Foods”
(1,948 words, 9 pages)

Train Your Brain to Hate Junk Food PLR Report

 

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Overeating Questions Checklists :

(406 words, 3 pages) 

Overeating Questions Checklist

 

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Short Report: “7 Healthy Alternatives to Your Favorite Junk Foods”

(2095 words, 10 pages, 7 images)

7 Healthy Alternatives for Your Favorite Junk Foods Short Report

 

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7 Healthy Alternatives for Your Favorite Junk Foods Short Report Inside Look

 

Shopping List: Foods to Avoid and Foods to Choose Instead

Email Product Presell Series: “Do You Have an Unhealthy Relationship With Food?”

Email 1 – Is There Any Difference between Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating
Email 2 – Do You Obsess About Food
Email 3 – Why You Should Never Think of Food as Good or Bad
Email 4 – Are You a Dieting Butterfly Flitting from One to the Next
Email 5 – If You Avoid Eating Socially That May Be a Bad Thing

Mindful Eating PLR Emails Total Word Count: 1451 Words

Mindful Eating Email Content Sample:

Is There Any Difference between Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating?

Hi,

All unhealthy eating issues are basically the same, right?

Actually, that is incorrect. Not all issues with eating, such as having an unhealthy relationship with food, are clinically diagnosed as eating disorders. For instance, disordered eating can cause severe health problems, mental and physical, but it is not recognized as an eating disorder.

An eating disorder and disordered eating are close cousins, but they are not the same thing.

Disordered eating can be defined as “… a wide range of regular eating behaviors that do not warrant a diagnosis of a specific eating disorder.” That is the exact definition in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th edition.

Eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are much more narrowly defined. A true eating disorder is diagnosed according to very specific symptomology. Unless certain behaviors are present, an eating disorder is not the diagnosis.

In the case of disordered eating, that is more of a description of what is happening, rather than a diagnosis of symptoms. If a person consistently jumps from one diet to another, has frequent changes in body weight and is preoccupied with exercise and his or her physical body, these are symptoms of disordered eating.

However, while the harm caused by these behaviors and others can be very serious, this does not qualify for an eating disorder diagnosis. Disordered eating symptoms include a strict and unwavering as well as unhealthy approach to exercise and food, and feeling full of shame, guilt and low self-esteem when unable to stick to rigid expectations.

The bottom line is this. If your idea and behaviors surrounding eating are causing problems in your life, it doesn’t matter what you call them. Seek professional help immediately.

To your success,

YOUR NAME

 

Mindful Eating Articles:

4 Ways to Fight Binge Eating – 411 words
5 Tips for Sticking to a Healthy Diet – 427 words
6 Addictive Foods You Should Try to Cut Out of Your Diet – 416 words
6 Tips for Reducing Temptation to Eat Junk Food – 423 words
Are Your Emotions Tied to Your Eating Habits? – 444 words
Eating Disorders vs. Disordered Eating – 405 words
How to Enjoy Fruits and Vegetables More – 412 words
What is Intuitive Eating? – 408 words
What is Mindfulness and How Can You Apply It to the Way You Eat? – 408 words
What is the Definition of Mindless Eating? – 412 words
Why Crash Diets Don’t Work – 397 words

Mindful Eating PLR Article Sample:

4 Ways to Fight Binge Eating

Binge eating is a common problem with many people around the world, and there are many reasons why people decide to overeat or feel they are entitled to eating large quantities of food during a short space of time. Here are some of the main ways you can fight binge eating and get onto the path of eating better and healthier.

1. Don’t restrict yourself

Binge eating normally happens when you have restricted yourself for a period of time. If you’re on a strict diet, for example, you might spend a week craving something sugary, but not allowing yourself to have it. When these cravings build up, they turn into one huge craving that you then feel the need to satisfy. Since you haven’t eaten any bad foods in a few days, it’s easy to feel like you deserve to overeat in order to compensate for the lack of food you’ve allowed yourself.

2. Ease your stresses

Some of us binge eat when we’re feeling stressed, and if you’re so worried and anxious that you don’t even care about the results of overeating, this can become dangerous. Make a list of the things that you’re worried or stressed about and try to get rid of these anxieties in various ways. You can do this by exercising to let off some steam, hanging out with some friends or chatting to somebody close to you about your problems.

3. Don’t have cheat days

Most of the binge eating we do while we’re ‘dieting’ comes from cheat days – days during which we allow ourselves to step out of line. However, the problem with cheat days is that we’re allowing ourselves an entire day to ‘cheat’ and step away from our otherwise healthy way of eating. Rather than having whole days where you allow yourself to binge, let yourself have a treat every couple of days to keep the cravings at bay and help you feel like you’re not being restricted all the time.

4. Don’t celebrate weight loss by eating

We’ve all done it – we lose a couple of pounds and celebrate by giving ourselves that cake we’ve had our eye on for a while or that extra cookie after dinner. Even going out for an unhealthy meal with friends at the weekend can damage your progress for the week, so reward yourself in other ways, such as buying clothes and makeup or going on a date night to the cinema with your partner.

 

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Social Media Posts and Images:

 

10 Shareable Social Media Graphics (PLR)

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21 Social Media Posts with hashtags (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)

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21 Royalty Free Images

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Bonuses:

5 Curbing Food Cravings PLR Articles

Curbing Food Cravings PLR Article Sample:

7 Ways to Curb Your Food Cravings

Food cravings are the bane of most people’s existence when they’re trying to clean up their diet and lose weight. They may feel hungry all the time, or suddenly crave for specific foods in the middle of the night.
If they’re trying to avoid sweet snacks, their minds may be constantly thinking about doughnuts or ice cream. It’s like you’re fighting a battle with yourself.

For those who are used to emotional eating and need junk food to feel good, food cravings are a very real struggle.

1. Eat small meals

Rather than eating 3 large meals a day, you may wish to eat 5 or 6 small meals spaced throughout the day. By ‘grazing’ every 2 or 3 hours, you never get a chance to feel extremely hungry where you end up overeating during dinner.

It goes without saying that your 6 meals should be wholesome and nutritious. You want to be on as clean a diet as possible. The goal here is to stave off hunger.

2. Indulge occasionally

When you’re trying to clean up your diet, trying to do too much too soon can be counterproductive. We’re all creatures of habit. By indulging occasionally in the foods you love, you not only give yourself an emotional break, but it also motivates you to keep going.

For example, if you’re used to eating 3 scoops of ice cream every night, reduce the portion size to one or two scoops. That’s not a big difference, but it’s still a difference… and you’ll not be craving for ice cream daily, as you would if you cut it out completely.

Over time you can drop it to one scoop and finally you’ll reach a stage where you only indulge in ice cream once every 3 or 4 days, and you’re still happy.

3. Avoid highly restrictive diets

Restrictive diets can be very demanding on your mental and emotional state. If you’re used to eating whatever you want whenever you want, getting on a restrictive diet will cause food cravings that will be extremely difficult to battle.

Slow and steady change is what you’re aiming for.

4. Drink water often

Sometimes, thirst can be mistaken for hunger. Drink 8 glasses of water a day. The water will help keep you full and you’ll be less likely to develop food cravings.

5. Reduce sugar consumption

Sugar is a highly addictive substance. If you find it extremely difficult to give up your sweet snacks and simple carbohydrate foods, that’s usually because you’re addicted to sugar and the blood glucose spikes that come from consuming it.

Seek to gradually reduce your sugar consumption until you’re consuming the bare minimum daily. You’ll soon discover that you no longer crave the processed foods that you couldn’t live without before. Congrats! You’re no longer a sugar addict.

6. Eliminate temptations

Only have healthy food in your home and refrigerator. Keep some fruit in your fridge to satisfy any cravings for sweet foods. Other than that, it’s best not to keep foods that you shouldn’t be eating in your home.

You’ll constantly be battling your wills and your mind will find itself constantly thinking about eating these treats. No temptations = no choice = no struggle.

7. De-stress daily

Spend time de-stressing daily. Do whatever helps you to have a laugh, relax and/or feel more light hearted. This can vary from person to person. But as long as you feel less stressed, what you’re doing is working.

When you’re more relaxed, you’ll be less likely to have food cravings. You won’t be struggling with emotional eating because you’re feeling good with yourself.

These 7 tips are highly effective for curbing food cravings. Give them a try today and you’ll never look back.

 

5 Overcoming Stress Eating PLR Articles

Overcoming Stress Eating PLR Article Sample:

Eat These Foods to Reduce Stress

You may have heard of ‘fat burning foods’ and foods that fight cancer, etc. However, most people are unaware that there are foods that help to fight and reduce your stress levels.

While they may not be as obvious as other stress relief techniques such as meditation, these foods will lower the stress in your body. Subsequently, your body will feel better, more energetic and a sense of ‘lightness’ that makes you feel more at peace.

* Why reduce stress?

Besides the obvious reason of not ending up in a mental institution, relieving stress also helps to combat obesity, ward off diseases and curbs emotional eating.

Millions of people turn to the refrigerator when they’re stressed out. They gobble up sweet foods and junk food in an attempt to ‘medicate’ themselves.

The sugar high they get from these foods makes them feel good temporarily, but wreaks havoc on their health in the long run. So, it’s best to eat/drink foods that will calm your body, mind and soul.

* Stress-reducing foods
*Green tea

This is probably one of the best drinks you could drink to relieve stress. There’s an almost calming effect to it that cannot be described. While it’s best to drink it unsweetened, you may add some sugar to it and even refrigerate the tea and sip on it when you’re tired.

The tea is rich in antioxidants and ‘light’. You’ll feel immensely better.

*Dark chocolate

While you should not over indulge in it, dark chocolate is a much better option than milk chocolate. It’s rich in antioxidants and positively affects the serotonin levels in your brain, thereby making you feel better.

*Avocados

This is one of those foods that you either love or hate. Millions love it, and just as many dislike the taste. If you dislike it, do not force yourself to consume it. The goal here is to reduce stress and not create more.

Avocados are rich in vitamin B and E. They also help to boost production of serotonin. This will help you feel better and also calm any anxiety you may have.

*Fatty fish

Salmon, mackerel, sardines, etc. are fantastic foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids that your body craves. These healthy fats will help to reduce inflammation in the body and de-stress it.

Our diets are often overly rich in omega-6 fatty acids and low in omega-3s. By eating fatty fish, you can help restore balance and health in your body and lower the stress it’s facing.
If you dislike eating fish, you can always consume a fish oil supplement that’s just as good.

*Turmeric

Used in Indian cooking for centuries, only recently it has gained popularity in the US as being a very powerful antioxidant. Turmeric reduces inflammation and has pain relieving properties. It also reduces anxiety and stress.

You may mix some with a glass of milk and drink up or consume a curcumin supplement to get the benefits of this powerful herb.

*Blueberries

Add a few blueberries into your favorite smoothie and you can enjoy the sweetness and stress-relieving properties of this cute blue fruit.

These 6 foods are just some of the many out there. Generally, if a food has antioxidant properties, it will reduce the damage done by free radicals in your body. Consume these types of foods and your health will improve remarkably.

Other foods such as bananas, chamomile extract, eggs, seeds, nuts, leafy greens, etc. have all been shown to effect different degrees of stress relief on your body. Include them in your diet and reap the rewards of these miracle foods.

10 Mindful Eating PLR Articles and Tweets

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How to Eat Something Mindfully

One of the reasons so many people are overweight is that people tend to eat mindlessly. In other words, they do not think about what they are eating, when they are eating, or why they are eating – much less how.

Eating mindfully requires planning and thought. The great thing is that when you do it, you tend to eat higher-quality food that contains more nutrients, but less of it, so you consume fewer calories and end up losing weight or maintaining weight loss.

Let’s look at some of the best tips on how to eat mindfully.

* Eat Only When Hungry – This seems simple enough, but we’ve been trained since birth to eat during meal times. Meal times are arbitrary times that are designed for people who had to go work in the plant or the office and could only eat at these certain times. However, if you plan to eat only when truly hungry, you’ll be a lot more mindful about your meals.

* Make Eating an Event – Even if you eat in the living room around the coffee table, you can make eating an event by always planning what you’ll eat, where you’ll eat it, and how you’ll eat it. Plus, you should know why you are eating something too. It tastes good is a fine reason.

* Plan Your Meals – Take the time to plan healthy and good-tasting meals that you know you can prepare easily. If you can’t take the time to do that and can afford it, hire a personal chef or sign up for one of the meal plan boxes that have either done all the prep work or that allow you to just heat it up. Don’t put roadblocks in your way.

* Set the Table – Put some flowers on the table, your nice plates, and add some ambiance to your meals. It doesn’t take long to just add a few little touches to make the meal feel special. After all, it is special to be able to eat so well.

* Turn Off Distractions – When you eat a fine meal, you don’t want to be distracted by television and other outside influences. Instead, try turning on some good music low enough that conversation will not be stopped.

* Prepare Only the Best Food – Don’t pick food that just stops hunger. It should taste delicious and be healthy. Most people think this is impossible but it’s not. Good food tastes good and yours should be no different.

* Enjoy the Food – Don’t bother preparing food that you don’t like. You want to take the time to enjoy every single bite. Notice the way it looks, the vibrant colors. Notice the way it smells, the fragrant spices. Notice how it feels in your mouth; the texture is divine. The more you can enjoy all those aspects, the better.

* Eat and Chew Slowly – When you are eating, don’t rush through your meals. Instead, enjoy each bite on its own and chew and eat slowly. It should take you at least 20 to 30 minutes to eat a normal meal.

If you want to practice mindful eating, start with trying to eat only when you are truly hungry, then eating high-quality food to curb the hunger. As you move along making eating a real event, you’ll find that you truly enjoy mindful eating more than thoughtlessly shoving tasteless fast food in your mouth.

 

Healthy Eating PLR Newsletter eCourse

Message # 1 Subject line: Your First Healthy Eating – A Change For Good Issue

Hello “autoresponder code here”,

Welcome to the first  Healthy Eating – A Change For Good .

In each issue of Healthy Eating – A Change For Good you will learn

valuable information on how you can successfully start eating

healthier, change your bad eating habits, and improve your overall

health for good!

In this first issue we are going to talk a little bit about what it means to

become a healthy eater.

Being a healthy eater requires you to become both educated and smart

about what healthy eating actually is.  Being food smart isn’t about

learning to calculate fat grams, or about studying labels and counting

calories.

Healthy eating is all about balanced and moderate eating, consisting of

healthy meals at least  three times per day. Healthy eaters eat many

different types of foods, not limiting themselves to one specific food

type or food group.

In the beginning eating healthy requires quite a bit of leeway. You might

eat too much or not enough, consume foods that are sometimes more

or less nutritious. However, you should always fuel your body and your

brain regularly with enough food to keep both your mind and body

strong and alert.

A healthy eater is a good problem solver. Healthy eaters have learned

to take care of themselves and their eating with sound judgement and

making wise decisions.  Healthy eaters are always aware of what they

eat, and know the effect that it will have on their bodies.

When someone is unable to take control of their eating, they are also

likely to get out of control with other aspects of life as well. They could

end up spending too much, talking too much, even going to bed later

and later.

You should always remember that restricting food in any way is always

a bad thing. Healthy eating is a way of life, something that you can do to

enhance your body and your lifestyle. If you’ve thought about making

your life better, healthy eating is the place to start. While it will take time

and may not always be easy it will ultimately make life better and easier

for you and your family.

Make sure you look for your next issue soon. We will be talking about

some common myths that could lead you off the path to eating healthier.

Thank you again for joining,

“your name here”

“your email address”

“your URL here”

 

Natural Eating PLR Report

Natural Eating: How Eating Organically Can Improve Your Health

You’ve likely noticed by watching the news, or just hanging out at the park, that humans are fatter and unhealthier than ever before in our history. It’s relatively easy to figure out what the problem is. We are all eating too much fake food, void of any nutrition whatsoever. Throughout this report you’ll read about fake food. For the purposes of this report fake food is anything we call food that is completely void of nutrition. Things like chicken nuggets, pizza pockets, pop tarts, and incorrectly farmed meat products.

What’s interesting about this time in history is that we, in the first world, are overfed but undernourished. Many people are suffering from the same problems third world countries face in terms of nutritional deficiencies. In addition, we’re fat, so we’re suffering illnesses that the rich only used to suffer from; high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, gout, and all the things that come with over indulgence.

The great thing is that there is an answer to not only our weight issues, but our nutritional deficiencies, which are both responsible for poor health. And it’s not a diet. It’s not restricting what you eat; it’s all about eating an abundance of natural food in a way that respects your body and the environment.

You’ve likely noticed that some people have managed to stay thin eating all of the fake food they want, but still develop illnesses that used to be a lot rarer such as adult onset diabetes, heart disease, autoimmune disease and other health issues. This is how we know it’s not just about being overweight and a diet isn’t really the answer. There’s something else in the environment that is causing people to be sick. Thin people who eat poor diets are just as unhealthy as fat people who eat unhealthy diets. They just don’t show it on the outside. In many ways this can be more dangerous, because they might be the picture of health and have no warning of things to come.

The important thing to note here is that whether or not you’re overweight you can benefit from eating a natural diet. Not only will you benefit, but the environment will benefit due to better more sustainable farming practices and less pollution into the environment due to the waste created when not only making fake food, but disposing of the packing of fake food. Don’t be fooled into thinking one person doesn’t make a huge difference.

Finally, food is there to enjoy; it shouldn’t be a stressful thing. In this report you’re going to learn that the closer you can eat to nature, the healthier you’ll be. If you are overweight your weight will normalize. If you have illnesses caused by fake food, you’ll heal yourself. Even if you do not struggle with weight issues, your health will drastically improve with natural eating. Plus, eating natural and organic actually tastes better. It’s just that your taste buds have been desensitized to what real food tastes like due to all the additives.

 

 

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5 High Quality Emotional Eating PLR Articles

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Here are the titles of the 5 Emotional Eating Articles:

  1. What is Emotional Eating? (665 words)
  2. 5 Ways to Stop Emotional Eating (605 words)
  3. Adopting a Proactive Mindset to Curb Emotional Eating (539 words)
  4. Understanding Why Ending Emotional Eating is a Battle – and How You Can WIN It! (628 words)
  5. How to Discern Physical Hunger from Emotional Hunger (581 words)

 

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10 Top Quality Emotional Overeating PLR Articles

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  1. Emotional Overeating: Knowing Where to Turn
  2. Alternative Therapies for Emotional Overeating
  3. Could You Have an Eating Disorder?
  4. How to Eat to Stop Emotional Overeating
  5. Lifestyle Choices: Learn to Overcome Emotional Overeating
  6. Nutritional Treatments for Emotional Overeating
  7. Tips on Overcoming Emotional Overeating
  8. Could Your Weight Gain Be the Result of Emotional Overeating?
  9. Weight Loss Surgery: Can It Help with Emotional Overeating?
  10. What Causes Emotional Overeating Disorder?

 

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