If you’ve ever attended a session on mindful living, you’ll know that the instructor starts off by asking you to sit absolutely still. Become aware of your breathing, they’ll tell you. Become aware of the rhythms of your body.
That same level of awareness and mindfulness, is required when it comes to the food that we eat.
When making food choices, we tend to rely on our senses. Aroma and visual appeal, texture and taste. But we need to dig a little deeper. We need to ask certain vital questions about the make-up of the food that we are eating.
How has a particular food item made its way to our shelves and onto our tables? What are the different ingredients that have gone into it? Where were the ingredients grown, and under what conditions? How will eating that food benefit us – both in terms of physical wellness and mental health?
Once we start to examine our current food choices, we may find some of the answers quite alarming. Thankfully, we have the option to choose different. By switching to an organic diet, we can find ourselves breathing a little easier. Here’s why:
There are many other reasons to the organic path, each one more compelling than the other. And those will be covered in our future posts.
Today, you can start your wellness journey by being a bit more mindful about what you eat. Choose healthy and natural whenever you can. You won’t only do a big favor to your body, you’ll also end up helping our planet .
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