We have all heard the saying— “You are what you eat”. It’s easy to visualize how our body absorbs the food we eat, assimilates it, and delivers its nutrients to all of our cells. This idea encourages us to eat healthy. It also helps us avoid spoiled, badly prepared, unappetizing, or super-refined foods. But the saying isn’t totally accurate. Your body is what you eat, but not your mind. While the cells in our brain are nourished by our diet, our mind is much more sensitive and subtle.
Our mind remembers past experience, receives sense impressions from the world around us, and... Read More