Given what scientists know about how the endocannabinoid system functions, there is a strong basis for adopting a high fat, low carb diet with lots of fresh vegetables and spices, both as a general health practice and a remedy for many maladies.
The human body is not attracted to what is harmful to it. Our bodies give us signs — "symptoms" — to let us know that some sort of input is not conducive to
optimal functioning. Being in tune with the natural world is key
to well being. So, how does this relate to
For the last 6 days, I have been eating eggs for breakfast – prepared at home. And for the first time in MONTHS, I feel back to Normal. I finally feel re-stabilized in my energy field. My body feels like it has finally returned to a state of balance & homeostasis after months of feeling spacey, ungrounded, foggy, & depleted – which all contributed to feeling emotionally withdrawn & depressed. I've been feeling energetically & emotionally lacking all summer long, which was mirrored by experiencing financial lack and depletion on the material level. And now, after eating eggs for five mornings in a row, I feel pleasantly satiated, stable, & grounded – a deep feeling of well-being and peace is emanating from within my core. I am so happy to finally no longer feel spacey, that feeling grounded and energized is almost like the perfect state of a 'high' because I feel so energetically centered. Most of the last 6 months, I've been eating a predominately vegetarian diet. While living at the Kipuka temple in Hawaii, we had no meat on the premises, and ate mostly things like greens, salads, beans, homemade hummus, rice & quinoa, fruit, eggs intermittently, and morning smoothies with superfoods. It was very rare that I partook of scant amounts of meat – mostly fish or chicken – at restaurants while in Hawaii – and I ate very tiny amounts of bread. I loved the way I felt on that diet, I felt very clear about my realization that I need to have lots of sunlight and eat lots of vegetables and greens straight out of the garden, but I was rather spacey.
PepsiCo, Con Agra, and Kraft have begun removing high fructose corn syrup from their products.