Eating for the whole body

Eating for the whole body

Eating food to have a “party in our mouth’ may not be helpful to the health of our body. Do we consider our whole body, or do we go for instant gratification?

Tanya Curtis, a behaviour specialist, talks about the relationship between eating and our body as a whole.

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NutritionVitalityBody awarenessHealthy dietOvereating

  • By Tanya Curtis, Author, Behavioural Specialist, Assoc Dip Ed. (Child Care), BHlthSci. (BehMgt), MBehMgt, MCoun

    Tanya is dedicated to supporting people to understand and change their unwanted behaviours and live their full potential. Tanya’s deep care and love of people shines through all of the initiative she dedicates herself to.

  • Photography: Clayton Lloyd