Every day we wake up and think about food. Every moment we waste, we consume more and more. One of the things we can do to reduce our consumption is to stop thinking about food every time we do something.
We’re not the only ones who think about food every time we do something. In fact, research has shown that just 10 minutes of thinking about food can drastically reduce our appetite.
The fact is that we only think about food when we’re hungry or bored. So when we think about food, it’s not that we’re actually hungry, but that we’re bored. We get bored because it’s very difficult to stop thinking about food.
The only thing that seems to have been able to break this cycle is when we consciously stop thinking about food. That is the kind of insight that can be had by simply doing things differently (like eating only vegetables, instead of carbs).
The problem with food is that it is food. It is the only thing we think about, so most of the time we just eat it without thought and without awareness. The first step to solving the problem of boredom isn’t to make all of your food choices vegetarian, but to learn how to think better about food. By changing your thoughts about food, you can reduce the amount of boredom you experience.
The second step is to change your food choices through habit. People who live in a world where eating is a big part of their routine will feel less bored at work and more bored in the house and more bored at home. This is the second step that gets us into the habit of doing things in a more natural way. By changing your food choices, you can reduce your boredom and make your food choices more natural.
When I first began my food journey, I thought I would start with the easiest ones. I would read books, and eat simple meals. But I ended up making more of a habit of eating more plant-based foods than I thought. I think I was in the process of becoming less of a picky eater, but I didn’t realize it at the time.
The easy pickings aren’t always the best ones. So you might want to think about where you can put your energy and try to go with it. I had a friend who only ate plant-based protein, but she used to try to eat everything they sold. That turned her off to the whole plant-based movement. Now she’s starting to eat more meat, and even more eggs.
We have a few more years to go before it’s as simple as doing a lot of yoga/bodywork/gym, maybe some reading, and then writing your own poems/stories. I think that if you have the time and energy to get past your addiction to yoga/bodywork/gym/mind, you’ll be able to do a lot more for yourself in a few years.