Wouldn’t it be great if you could eat to support your focus, energy and clarity? You can. When you tap into what your body is asking for, you can achieve all this and more.
But with all the different food choices available as well as the latest fad diets, one is left wondering what is best for them, individually.
This is one reason I decided to write, The Food Codes; Intuitive Eating for Every Body.
When you eat according to what your body requires, you will in fact, perform at your best. You WILL have more focus. You WILL have more energy. And you WILL have more clarity.
To discover what your body wants, and needs, there are three simple steps to take.
- Get Quiet
- Tune In
- Use Muscle Testing
When you follow these simple steps, you can discover exactly what your body is asking for when it comes to nutrition.
Step One: Get quiet
Take a moment to breathe into your body. Simply take a few deep breaths to center yourself. Consciously breathe deeply three or four times. You will be amazed at how quickly you can center yourself.
Step Two: Tune in
Ask yourself what your body is in need of with what you consume. Amazingly, you may find you receive answers that go beyond food and liquids. You may “receive” an answer that says, “Walk in nature.” Or “Take a hot bath.” Or “Stretch your body.” When you receive this type of information, your subconscious mind is letting you know you need to slow down. Heed these important messages.
Step Three: Muscle Testing
This is again where your subconscious mind will let you know what you really require. There are several different techniques you can use to muscle-test. I use different methods in different situations. I suggest that you try out the different methods to determine your favorite, or the one that is easiest for you to use at first. Once you get comfortable with that method you can practice the others to explore their feasibility for you.
Read my full blog post to learn more about muscle testing.
The bottom line is, you can feel better and have a higher quality of life by what you consume. And after all, don’t you deserve to live the best life possible?