We all have a need to give and receive love. Love is food for the soul. Love nourishes the body, mind, and spirit.
The Food You Eat Can Only Go So Far…
I’ve coached people who, though they ate extremely well, still struggled with their health. It wasn’t because they had an unhealthy diet. Once they worked on improving the quality of their relationships, their health vastly improved.
Healthy relationships are a big part of what I call non-physical food. Non-physical food is all the aspects of life that nourish your soul and satisfy your hunger for living.
What Is Non-Physical Nutrition?
Emotional, mental, and spiritual health are all huge contributors to how you eat. When it comes to living a balanced life, I consider these types of non-physical elements a primary form of nutrition because they directly influence how and why you eat the way you do. Someone who is authentically happy with their life is going to eat much differently than someone who is miserable or hates themself.
Think about this for a moment…the sedentary overweight person, who sits on the couch watching TV for hours each day, will have a different diet than the active and fit person who takes an hour walk every day. Likewise, a person forcing themself to stay in a miserable relationship will have different eating habits than someone who is in a genuine, loving relationship.
Many people tend to either lash out at their loved ones or stuff their face with junk food as soon as they get home from a bad day at work. For people that do this, what do you think their thoughts and emotions really look like? Do you think they are healthy or are they destructive?
Do you think they would be likely to have a healthy diet?
This Is More Important Than The Food You Actually Eat!
All aspects of career, relationship, physical activity, community, spirituality, and even thinking patterns have a profound effect on what we eat, how we eat, and why we eat the way we eat.
Since our mental, emotional, and spiritual health is a non-physical form of nourishment, it is vastly overlooked. Most doctors do not have the time to spend with each and every patient. This unfortunately prevents them from giving the undivided listening attention needed to properly diagnose and effectively treat common non-physical conditions.
This is the main reason why medication is over-prescribed in the world.
Love Really Makes Food Taste So Amazing
There are many different ingredients I love to include in the food I make. From healing spices such as: cumin, curry, and cayenne to medicinal herbs such as: oregano, parsley, and basil – I love them all. My wife and I love hot and spicy foods, so we often make a lot of ethnic foods (particularly Mexican, Latin and Indian).
We also love to experiment and try making new dishes. My favorite ingredient by far is actually not an ingredient at all. It is an energy, and is called “Vitamin L.”
Vitamin L – Infuse Your Food With Love
In my unique approach to holistic health, physical food (the food you eat) is actually secondary when it comes to healthy and balanced living. Love is probably the most important of all non-physical foods, which is why I call it Vitamin L.
To boost your daily intake of Vitamin L and bring more love and intimacy into your life, I suggest examining your present relationships.
Being personally connected to others: husbands, wives, boyfriends, girlfriends, parents, children, friends, family, and co-workers, is an essential part of life. We tend to feel a sense of comfort and safety when we are free to express our dreams and struggles with the people we are close to.
Learn how to Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It.
You MUST Add This Ingredient To Your Recipes!
Try to infuse any food you make with love, I mean really feel the love and not just think of it when preparing the food. I do this every time I cook or prepare something to eat and it always makes the end result tastier. My wife and I do this all the time and it always works.
There is something very special about the energy of love and what it does to food when you prepare it. It cannot be described, only experienced.
I have actually tested this a few times to see if people notice any difference in taste and sure enough, they do. Love Food that Loves You Back!
Pissed Off Energy Makes Pissed Off Food!
Do you think food cooked by a pissed off, angry, and perhaps miserable person is going to taste the same as the same exact food cooked by a happy, loving, and caring person? Speaking from my experience, food cooked by a happy and loving person always tastes better.
Give it a try and see if you can taste and feel the difference. Remember though, you must have an open mind and willing heart in order to not only infuse, but to receive the love in the food.
To learn more about Vitamin L and healthy living, click here.
What are some creative ways you can add a little more vitamin L to your foods? Please share…