using your Truth Love Energy to learn how to choose, and to choose how to learn
From Live Chat - 12 March 2013
Ingun: Can I have a comment regarding the optimal diet for me and my body types based on what you have shared before ...
MEntity: First, we will always have to suggest that you consider the input of a local, trusted, competent nutritionist over any feedback from a non-physical source, because we cannot "see" you in the same way that those who share space with your body can see you.
MEntity: Second, we can suggest that all bodies can benefit from eating local foods over imported foods, and when this is not the case, then to eat those that come from the closest proximity when there is the information available to make that choice.
Ingun: Yes, I try to do that, but sometimes I want something that is from far away as well ...
MEntity: Next, we can suggest that those who live in colder, dry climates can do well on grains more than those who might live in more humid, tropical climates where fruits are helpful for the body.
MEntity: Fruits are always helpful for the body when eaten from their original form, regardless of climate.
MEntity: The reduction of animal flesh and animal by-products is always beneficial for the Human body and psyche, as well.
MEntity: The more leafy greens, the better for the body, as well. Most non-animal foods that can be eaten "raw" and "live" are beneficial to most bodies.
MEntity: The rest of one's diet can be managed by paying attention to what brings you joy. Not from habit or convenience, but in terms of feeling healthy, focused, comfortable in your skin, and in moderation.
Ingun: That also resonates with me.
MEntity: Eating what is healthy for you is always beneficial, but if you do not enjoy it, there is some impact to its usefulness in the body. The same is true for those things that might be "bad" for the body, but if enjoyed, can bring about effects that are beneficial. One must pay attention to one's body to determine how to walk that line between what is enjoyed, what is good for you, what is detrimental, and what is disliked.