Rohkost und Zuckersucht. Sind süße Früchte gefährlich? Über natürliche Ernährung, moderne Früchte, den Unterschied zwischen süßen Früchten und isoliertem Zucker, und wie dir dein Instinkt bei der Auswahl der für dich optimalen Ernährung hilft.
“Your deepest desire [is] intimacy because, in truth, you are open as love–but you assume yourself to be a separate, isolated individual. So you scheme and dream to experience in your relationship what, in truth, you already are.
You want to enjoy financial security because, in truth, you are abundance, although you assume only effort will provide a feeling of ease…. You want to eat chocolate because, deep in your heart, you are blissful fullness, though you often close to its pleasure and so seek its taste”.
von David Deida
The universe is LOVE, and you are a part of it, you are all.
Be aware of your love, your abundance, your perfection – and you won’t need food anymore to nourish your soul. To compensate. Enjoy food only when your body is asking for it.
Each wild animal living in nature will choose their food following their instinct; they know without doubt, what food is best for their body. We, as humans, also have this instinct, body’s wisdom, this inner knowledge – but it may be buried deeply after years of conditioning in the modern, “civilized” (= seperated from nature) society with processed and artificial so-called food, and our food choices are quite often based upon addictions and/or emotional stuff: eating for stimulation, comfort, boredom, as reward, or for whatever reason but the one: our body being hungry, in need for food.
Added the fact, that we are surrounded by non-natural food, we were taught to accept as “good” for us.
Good news is: we can find back to a natural relationship with food!
… your microwave oven has been converted into a sprout and herb garden.
… you can’t remember the last time you visited the “other side” of the grocery store.
… you measure the time since your last illness in decades.
… you spend more time thinking about digestion than sex.
… you consume your own body weight in less than a month.
… you believe that $5 is a fair price for a 3-oz piece of chocolate.
… you feel confident that you could survive on Gilligan’s Island — and you know you can make a better coconut cream pie than Mary Ann.
… your diet is a combination of the diets of bonobos, cows, and plankton.
… you can identify every item in the produce section.
… the grocery checker has to look up the codes for half of your items; the other half she must ask you to identify.
… you gladly offer to “help out” any friends with fertility problems; they decline because they just want one baby, not a litter.
… you fantasize about a raw foods version of Costco.
… you store produce in your oven.
… you’ve turned down lunch invites for logistical reasons.
… your blender costs more than your car (and has a better warranty).
… you own functional kitchen equipment made of bamboo.
… you weight train by grocery shopping.
… your last remaining addiction is a bean.
… you spell juice fasting with an extra e.
… you don’t believe in pre-detox sex.
… you can make a salad from your backyard, even if you don’t have a garden.
… you know how to cure cancer, heart disease, and diabetes… but no one believes you.
… something in your kitchen is currently underwater.
… you know the difference between raw and really raw when it comes to foods like almonds, tahini, and agave nectar.
… it disturbs you when people start talking about really, really raw.
… you want to try solar gazing soon.
… you refer to the Food Network as the Horror Channel.
… your diet helps restore the hearing you lost from using your blender.
… you call yourself a chef and/or coach even though you’ve never been to school for either.
… you know what Cassandra felt like.
… your first name is an emotion, an adjective, or an insect.
… you shop for clothes in the children’s section.
… your bathroom is devoid of reading material.
… vegans ask you, “But where do you get your protein?” (Some things never change.)
… you qualify potential dating partners based on their level of toxicity.
… your job title begins with the words raw, eco, or alternative.
… your health care practitioner’s job title ends in -path or -ist.
… your crackers cost more than $1 per ounce.
… you meet a breatharian and have to ask, “But where do you get your protein?”
… your breakfast smoothies contain items from six continents, four oceans, and a volcano.
(By Steve Pavlina: Source)