Love this article, I ate horrible most of my life, not to anyones fault really, when I was young, it seems like Frozen and Processed foods were the norm.
Then I ate label healthy for a while “fat free” “healthy” “low carb” … and all those fun buzzwords..
Until finally came to my senses… I started cooking and living off a whole food diet.
It wasn’t until that point I could really FEEL what my body was trying to say. Until we try something different, I think it’s really hard to gauge what is wrong and what is right to feel in our very own body. It’s hard to listen when you don’t know what you’re listening for.
What we wrote off as “just another stomach ache” or “midday crash” was a direct result of the garbage we put in us.
Although I wouldn’t have it any other way, nowadays the few times I don’t eat perfectly clean, my body is pretty mad, and it’s so much more noticeable now.
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Listen to your body.
Listen. . . . to your BODY.
I hear (i.e. read/see) this command often. To be perfectly honest, I’ve been hearing it for years, but didn’t really pay much attention to it. I used to think it was just a silly expression. Something that felt good and wise to say – easy advice for all sorts of circumstances. What did it mean, really??
Of all of the many things I have learned in the last couple of years, the value of this advice is one…
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