When Encountering Difficulties In Life Give The Stomach A Break.
Days in our lives are rarely ever the same. Sometimes we have wonderful days, and other times we worry. We are relaxed at times and agitated at other times because we have things on our minds. That’s when we use foods to deal with hard times in our lives. So with that said this article is about when encountering difficulties in life give the stomach a break.
When Encountering Difficulties in Life Give the Stomach A Break
Even the finest foods won’t be digested under those circumstances—at least not well. Additionally, given the numerous disgusting food combinations that the majority of our meals are composed of and the widespread use of junk and unnatural substances for intake, eating while troubleshooting will undoubtedly lead to fermentation and organ poisoning because those foods won’t be digested.
Worry, fear, sadness, and rage are all strong emotions that denote melancholy. They also disrupt the belly’s rhythmic circumstances and cause it to dry out. In actuality, too much happiness and joy will have the same effect.
When animals or even young children are agitated or anxious, they prefer to refrain from eating until those emotional states have passed after a significant amount of time.
Furthermore, while it is true that many civilized people refrain from eating during tumultuous times and discover that they are actually starving, it is also far too frequently the case that most people eat large meals during these times in an effort to generally consume disorder-forming foods, to begin with, which further complicates or completely halts an already sluggish ongoing digestion.
A sad person prefers a fast (abstinence from food) to a feast based on the warning indicators listed above. When you consider how much energy is undoubtedly required to digest, process, and assimilate food, eating (especially an excessive amount) when stressed actually adds fuel to the fire. To overcome difficult situations, the body and mind require all of their physical, intellectual, and spiritual strength.
Perhaps this is why, according to the Bible and other religious faiths, when the majority of people in the past, including David, Esther, and Paul, faced difficult times, they retreated to a place of solitude and abstained from eating.
Albert Mosseri, a renowned hygienist, explains this quality by saying:
“Life’s challenges aren’t as overpowering when the stomach is empty. Discouragement disappears and calms returns. Desire returns and enthusiasm is revived. Then, all the problems will seem less significant than they initially seemed.”
As a strategy for overcoming life’s obstacles, friends abstain from drinking until the problem is resolved. It might not be the solution to the immediate issue, but it will help the mind focus on repairing what the issue is. When you are successful in doing that, a banquet may be appropriate.
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