Experiential Eating – The Feelings About Food

Have you ever felt that food has these mystical or emotional properties which connect us to a higher power beyond mere science? I have been buffeted by such feelings myself. It is only when I began to deeply incorporate the feelings into my diet that I began to see results. It is not by drinking Elixian water that I have been feeling so high. It is when I have deep fried some foodstuff, such as chicken, and then tasted it after it had been fried, that the magic began to happen. I soon felt this food had my whole body systems operating in a near instant. My pains disappeared and within a short time I was able to run without pain, walk without pain, stand firm for long periods of time, and work out without pain. It was as if a switch was thrown into the body’s system and it began to work in a near instant.

This feeling of having access to a extra-dimensional world of healing may be a feeling that many scientists share. Specialized healers often claim to see things that regular seeing does not. The science may be showing some tie-up to events that may be revelatory to the healer.

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This is an ever-changing science, and it continues to be worked out by hands-on treatments. Today, it is clear that some tie-ups do indeed happen in modern medicine. It is a fascinating field of science, and I am currently researching it closely for a book on my 1st Betterment Health Books. Please check back in the future for my continued progress in this exciting field of health!

A nutrient dense breakfast helps the body release natural digestive juices on a timer basis, making the best use of what is available to give you the nutrients your body demands. As you choose what special breakfast to have, you will find its nutritional composition to be a great foundation for your dietary intake the day prior.


• A choice of either Poached or Free-range Eggs

• 1/2 cup of fresh Crockpot Chicken Chili

• 1/2 cup of fresh Pasta

• 1/2 pound of fresh Fish or other light meat

• 1/2 pound of fresh Brown Rice

• 1/2 cup of Greek Yogurt

• 1 tablespoon of Olive Oil

• 2 teaspoons of Salt

• 1/4 teaspoon of crushed Red Pepper flakes


1. Add the first 4 ingredients to the pan in a little at a time, being careful to stir as often. Bring the temperature to 350 degrees.

2. Cook on low 2 hours.

3. Add the remaining ingredients, including the salt, after about 30 minutes of cooking.

4. Cover the crock pot with a lid or plastic wrap and let it rest overnight.

5. The next day, cook food partially and allow it to cool.

Ardy at 5 am, less than you usually have, so you will have the energy you need to have a well-balanced breakfast. Eating breakfast helps get your blood sugars levels and energy levels moving, and it provides the nutrients needed to assimilate all of the food you eat. Plus, having a good breakfast helps improve your mood – which helps you control your appetite.

Breakfast should not be skipped. If you are one of those people who don’t get out of bed in time, or you have a busy morning, a hearty breakfast might be the thing you need to perk you up! Eat a breakfast that is high in protein, carbohydrates, and vitamins, and lower in calories to keep your body thinking hours and hours.

Watch the carbs. Tips differ depending on why you are eating breakfast, but below are a few tips for low carb breakfast recipes:

A good protein/carb breakfast

predominates pork and eggs. If you use fresh baked bread, you can make a low carb mealluxury.

disregard the advice to ‘avoidohydrates’ and focus more on the vegetables and whole grains

A good fruit/vegetable/carb breakfast

Although included in many diets, these are not considered low carb or low meal. Typically the meal would contain eggs, low-fat milk, nut butter, natural foods, and a non-fat yogurt.

Arn’t buy prepared cereals. Try to make your own with low carb ingredients.

Include fruit, berries, nuts and seeds in your diet, and serve it with a good protein/carb meal at least once a week.

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