There’s an old saying, “you are what you eat.” This still holds true today. I believe that what we eat is vital to mental and physical well-being. Eating healthy inadvertently leads to healthy thinking, and healthy thinking causes positive changes in life.
The connection between our mind and body is so intricate that one inevitably affects the other by the way it is fed through our senses. What most people may not be aware of is that there are certain rules that govern the things that we absorb into our minds and bodies. Simply put, a change in diet creates a change in thought that leads to a change in life.
There are many people who struggle with weight problems. Although lack of exercise can be high on the list, still there are also those who may struggle with the opposite such as, bulimia and anorexia. It appears that one of the greatest challenges is not to be too fat or skinny with a goal of landing somewhere in the middle.
These rules are covered comprehensively in our organization of what we consider to be the eight laws of health. Our goal is to coach our clients into achieving healthier diets that will lead to enhancing wellness mentally, physically and spiritually.