The Foods That Feed Emotional Health
On February 24th, the article “Diet May Be As Important To Mental Health As It Is To Physical Health,” by Carolyn Gregoire appeared in the Huffington Post -http://www.huffingtonpost.com/healthy-living/
It opened with a question: “We know that food affects the body — but could it just as powerfully impact the mind?”
When I read that, it made my heart sing, because our book, “The Secret Power Of Colorful Foods: Enhancing trust, sensuality, self-confidence, love, forgiveness, intuition and spirituality” answers that question with information one wouldn’t normally expect.
While doctors are finding in some cases fish oils can support mental health from a biological standpoint, our book approaches emotional well-being from a more metaphysical standpoint.
Our Energy Centers and The Foods That Feed Them
Various energy currents along the spine emit a different color for each emotion. Matching the color of an emotion to food of a similar color can help energize and balance our inner lives. This is known as the food mood connection.
It’s quite empowering to shop for food according to the needs of our mood. You see the spectrum of colors as an emotional and spiritual support system – you can look at red beets and know they will help you feel safe, secure and stable. Or if you seek forgiveness for something, you might head towards the green beans.
Once you see colorful foods as tools for mental health, you won’t see fruit and vegetables the same way again.
Feed your feelings well!