Blessings to those seeking Nourishment that gives Life,

We might be surprised by the number of articles that spring up from “you are what you eat”.
Found this statement: 
It can be as simple as becoming more aware of the act of eating itself — including seeing, smelling, chewing, and swallowing. We can also extend our attentiveness to the influence the food has on our bodies and mood. Going even further, we can be considerate of the earth, which provides us with this driving force we call food. In fact, researchers have found that teaching such “mindful eating” skills can change bad eating patterns. Trials using the mindful eating approach have shown that participants significantly reduced compulsive eating habits, improved self-control, diminished depressive symptoms, lost weight, and maintained their weight loss for long periods of time. SeeAre We What We Eat? – “Brain World” magazine

Jan 18, 2020 … Our physical and mental well-being is directly linked to what we eat and drink. The nutritional content of what we eat determines the …

And Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst. … Jesus said to them, “I …

If we are thirsty, if we are hungry, today may be a Good Day to take in Living Water and The Bread of Life…


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