More and more I’ve been changing how I think about eating.
You’ve heard it should be organic and as close to the earth as possible (not so processed), but have you heard that it depends on the combination of foods, the time you eat it, your body type, and your activity.
My niece is a nutritionist and she is vegan. Her mom is vegan and a natural health promoter. I learn a great deal from them.
Here are two tips:
1. Add lemon to your lentils (or anything high in iron). The lemon allows the body to absorb the iron. Otherwise, the iron leaves the body without being used.🤔
2. It’s better not to eat after 6, but if you do, the foods should not be high in sugar. Tangerines or bread in the middle of the day affect your body differently than in the evening. It has to do with your circadian rhythms (physical, mental and behavioral changes) which respond to light and darkness in your daily cycles.🤔
So, life is not so much about how much you know, but about the decisions you make with the new information that comes to you.
Today I invite you to look at any new information that comes your way, analyze it to see if it’s worth keeping, and if it is, decide when and how to apply it.