Eating for health vs. eating for taste

April 17, 2012 — 1 Comment
Eating healthy can be tasty. That's what I'm here for.

Eating healthy can be tasty. That’s what I’m here for.

Here’s a thought. Have you ever considered eating for what your body needs, rather than taste or what you “feel like”?

Most people are out of sync with their body and excesses can cause cravings of the wrong sort.

Once your body is in harmony, and you are attuned to it, only then is it possible to go with your gut. So to speak.

It’s not uncommon for Spleen deficient types to crave sweet food, further harming the energetics of this key digestive organ. Similarly, those with Liver constraint may crave fried foods more often. I know I do!

Spend some time getting to know your body, it knows what’s best for you better than you do.

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