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Nutritional Necessities: Adaptation to the Context

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As humanity evolves, eating habits are transformed. Milk and meat have been necessary, especially for people who have lived as nomads (usually blood type B) and for people who have been hunters, either due to lack of knowledge to work the land or the Infertility of the soil they inhabit (usually blood type O), but, are dairy and meat products really necessary for our nutrition? The answer is NO. The only reason why these foods are still relevant is because of the presence of vitamin B12 that can easily be found in the consumption of boiled eggs. In addition, vitamin B12 is preserved in the liver.

Currently, we have a greater stability that allows us to develop agriculture in our fertile soils and transport the natural products to several places, making possible the consumption of the nutrients that we really need. For this reason it is possible to adapt to the context so we can really give our body what it needs to nourish our cells and bring more energy to maintain our health (click here to read about micronutrients for cell regeneration), this way, and associating nutrition with healthy habits such as learning how to breathe, how to allow emotions to flow, how to get enough sleep and doing physical exercises (click here to buy the ebook 7 Levels for Personal Empowerment, which brings practical exercises to integrate and create a more integral and healthy life), we increase our energy levels and we learn to relate in a more conscious way with our own body.

Now that we have the option of acquiring habits that construct our nutrition, it is important to begin to seek knowledge, to experiment with our own body (click here to read about expanding nutritional consciousness) and to find the most appropriate way to nourish ourselves. By doing this, we are supporting the construction of a more conscious and peaceful consumption (our bodies, the animals and the planet are grateful for it). These are some actions we can take to perceive the response of our body:

  1. RESTRICTION TEST: Choosing a food to suspend for a week, first beef, then pork, then chicken, then fish (according to each case) and then milk, cheeses, prepared meat products, etc. . This same test is good for all the food we eat, since each organism reacts differently and the idea is to find the foods that really give us energy because they nourish ourselves.

  2. SMELL AND TASTE TEST: The taste of food varies a lot, especially when there is a tendency to mix food with other foods, which is very common. The proposal is to take each of the foods separately, without salt, to feel if we really like the smell and the taste of them alone, raw and cooked.

By understanding how our body works and learning to give what it needs, we perceive that we can maintain a high level of energy during the day eating less (click here to read about eating less nourishing more) and restore our organs health and integrity from the cell (click here to read about the importance of proteins for cells).


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