In health, like in any other area of life, this principle holds true. Whatever we put into our bodies is what we will reap from our bodies.
What kinds of expectations do you have of your body? Do you expect it to get up early in the morning or stay up late at night? Do you expect it to perform in a sport or at the gym? How about stress? Do you expect your body to manage every day stresses and pressures? Do you expect your body to get up every morning with enough energy to get you through the day? If you haven't thought about this lately, you might pay attention to what happens to your energy around 3:00 PM on a work day. Are you reaching for a snack, a cup of coffee or a chocolate bar to get you through the afternoon? If the answer is, yes, you will want to read on.
The energy that our bodies use to perform every day tasks comes from the foods we eat, so the higher the quality of the food, the higher the energy our bodies will have.
Take a look at the pictures below. Kirlian photography makes it possible to see the energy in each of these mushrooms. It is evident that organic foods have greater energy than non-organic foods.
You might think about how to incorporate live foods into your every day eating.
The Bible has one great example of this principle at work. Stay tuned for Part 2.