In my last article, I shared ideas about the specific foods I eat in order to support a sound body, mind, and spirit. This week, I’d like to switch the focus from what I eat to how I eat.
Most Americans do not know how to eat. Well let me rephrase that. Most Americans eat a certain way: fast, efficiently, and based on sustenance. This is definitely one way to eat. It is easy on the wallet, fitted for lives set to fast-forward, and satisfies hunger. With all that said, I would argue most elephant readers don’t aspire to follow or continue this trend.
As I have come to understand my personal diet, I recognize the importance of its extension beyond specific foods and into the realm of practice. A lot of my dietary evolutions have included techniques and philosophies that guide what I eat, how I eat, and how I do not eat. I’ve compiled a list of 5 different ideas that have helped me obtain a healthier lifestyle and greater appreciation of food.
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