How could my ego affect my eating habits?

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Laura Katleman-Prue
Nutrition & Dietetics
We're in the ego whenever we eat without any conscious connection to food or the body. We eat unconsciously when we're either caught up in thought or in the midst of an emotional upset. Neither is a good time to eat because we can't pay attention to how full we're getting. Before we know it, the body is stuffed, and we haven't fully experienced or enjoyed the experience of eating.

The ego is the voice of the extreme. On one hand, it advocates excess and indulgence and on the other, rigid restriction or deprivation. Whenever eating results in suffering, we know we're in the ego.
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