3 Tips on Eating Right

3 Tips on Eating Right

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We know that eating right can help you maintain a healthy weight and avoid health issues. Eating right includes introducing more fresh organic foods into your diet, cooking meals at home, and reducing sugar intake. Eating right can even help to manage your symptoms and regain control of your health, but the challenge is, there is controversy regarding what eating right means. Diets plans often prescribe diametrically opposite recommendations or a one size fits all solution. Eating right can differ from one individual to another. Sadhguru offers unique insight into what eating right means for us.

Sadhguru: What kind of food you eat should depend not on what you think about it, or on your values and ethics, but on what the body wants. Food is about the body. When it comes to food, don’t ask your doctors or your nutrition experts because these people keep changing their opinion every five years. When it comes to food, ask the body with what kind of food it is really happy. Try different foods and see how your body feels after eating the food. If your body feels very agile, energetic and nice, that means the body is happy. If the body feels lethargic and needs to be pumped up with caffeine or nicotine to stay awake, the body is not happy, isn’t it?

If you listen to your body, your body will clearly tell you with what kind of food it is happy. But right now, you are listening to your mind. Your mind keeps lying to you all the time. Hasn’t it lied to you before? Today it tells you this is it. Tomorrow it makes you feel like a fool for what you believed yesterday. So don’t go by your mind. You just have to learn to listen to your body.

Every animal, every creature knows what to eat and what not to eat. The human species are supposed to be the most intelligent on the planet, but they don’t even know what to eat. Forget about how to be, human beings do not even know what to eat. So, it takes a certain mindfulness and attention to learn to listen to your body. Once you have that, you know what to eat and what not to eat.

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