Why You Should Never Eat Anything If You Can’t Handle The Chemical Reactions

If you’re not comfortable around chemicals, don’t eat something and give yourself a chemical burn. This sounds very scientific and boring, but it can be extremely life-altering. We’ve only made a slight adjustment to how we treat chemicals. When they were introduced, many people reacted negatively and said they were dangerous, dangerous chemicals. But they haven’t changed. If you are nervous of them, then the next time you eat something with harmful chemicals, give yourself a chemical burn.

What can we learn from the history of food? While it may seem difficult to digest it, there are several ways to prepare food for us at home that makes our bodies better able to digest them. First, food needs to have a certain chemical energy to survive digestion. We’ve always seen food cooked differently. In times past, people often served their meals on plates set on a fire. Some foods were soaked in vinegar to kill the microorganisms, while others were eaten raw, still dripping with food-borne parasites. In the 1970’s, the American Institute of Nutrition (AIN) recommended that food should always be cooked within 120 seconds of placing it on a cooking surface, regardless of the type of fire. Second, even though many people feel uncomfortable around cooking, some foods that were previously thought to be harmful, such as shellfish, can actually help protect us. Third, as long as the meat is moist, some of it can help keep us moist and hydrated during times when it’s dry. This is called the “moisture principle.” Fourth, if we can avoid toxins, we can eat things that contain toxins–for example, raw fish or shellfish–without any negative effects. Fifth, we can eat cooked foods that contain beneficial enzymes. Some foods are better for you than others. When you eat something in the middle of the day, your liver is at it’s strongest and most available.

I’ve learned a lot about cooking these past many years. There’s a lot out there to learn. There’s a lot to know about the different types of foods our bodies need to maintain health and balance. There’s a LOT to learn if you try to eat everything your way or your family’s way. There is a difference in my way. I’ve always been the type of mom who cooked and ate as much as I could but I’ve learned the importance of eating the right foods.

The best way to learn is to try different foods. Cook one meal a day or even several meals. It doesn’t need to be very expensive. It doesn’t need to be at your restaurant or on a special menu. It’s OK to take a whole family out for dinner or at a picnic. If you’re concerned about your health, I would recommend a home-style cookbook on healthy food. You can take the principles and apply them to your personal life. I can’t be too specific, though. This is a family subject so I don’t want it interfering with the conversation. What I can tell you: 1. The first four or five days following the introduction of a new food to your diet should be as safe as possible. You can have a little bit of it every day if you want, but keep it under 200 calories.  2. Use the “tastes good, doesn’t burn up your stomach” rule or “taste is everything” rule. 3. When trying a new food, don’t start eating so you don’t have to go to the bathroom. Try to finish. Don’t forget to eat! 4. It’s important to have friends who can help you find things you like and avoid things you don’t like. If you come home one day and you can’t find dinner for dinner, you can’t keep that food in your mouth. The same goes for other foods you enjoy. It’s up to you. If you’re going to put them in, put your name on them. 5. Try things out and see if they work. You don’t need to stick to what you’re doing right now if it’s not working for you. Experiment. 6. Remember not to rush eating. If you have a new experience with it, you have the opportunity to test a new eating system and see if it works for you. 7. I don’t think there’s anything in the whole wide world of science that can make you a better cook, but I think there are a lot of things that you can do to make yourself a better cook. Just for the fun of it. Experiment.