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ADVANTAGES OF EATING ORGANIC!!!

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Other than much better health there are many more reasons to promote organic food with your hard earned dollars. You pay a little bit more for organic food but the health benefits and benefits to the environment far outweigh the slight disadvantage of slightly higher cost. Here is an excellent link to a publication by organic-center.org which beautifully explains the advantages of eating organic!!!

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT TASTE+

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Taste: v. to sense chemical actions in the mouth which are frequently good

We all want our food and drink to taste good and when we come across what we like we say that it is tasty implying that it tastes good to us personally.

Taste can also be conditioned with constant exposure and something which may not taste all that good to begin with may wind up being something which we consume during our lives. Liking very spicy, very sweet, very sour, and very bitter food and drink is unacceptable to most young offspring but a culture can condition its humans to like some extreme tastes with constant exposure. Our tastes adapt to real life circumstances and what adults learn to like taste wise may not be what young offspring naturally prefer.

I personally feel that taste tests should be given to young offspring who have not yet been brainwashed taste wise and know instinctively what tastes good and what doesn’t. Yes, there are individual preferences in all offspring and even adults when it comes to taste and some even have allergies to some foods and don’t eat them for that reason alone.

Tastes evolve from generation to generation and traditional preservation of food for the winter gave rise to taste preferences that were not very healthy for the body by modern standards. Too much salt, nitrates, vinegar, sugar, and other preservatives in canned and glass jar goods historically was what was wrong with food.

Today there is a growing emphasis on fresh or frozen produce free of preservatives which are really unnatural additives to food and should not be there in the first place.

A growing preference for organic food which is minimally processed is an encouraging healthy trend and I hope that it continues to grow in popularity because overly processed overly sweetened food is not healthy for the body in the long duration because it is nutrient poor and lopsided in nutrient balance.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT PERCEPTION+

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Perception: n. detecting with a sense(s)

We perceive or detect our environment and internal well being with our senses. Most humans are aware of the sense of smell, touch, sight, hearing, and taste but there are others such as somatic sense of pressure, heat, cold, and pain. Interoceptive senses are the sense of balance, hunger, thirst, and proprioception which is an awareness of the relative positions of body parts.

You can also include the brain sensing electromagnetic radiation which can be disorienting or even painful. Magnetoception or the ability to detect magnetic fields is more pronounced in some animals than humans and then there is the vomiting reflex which senses bad food in the stomach.

Finally there is the way that we mentally perceive us to be which may vary much from the way we actually are perceived by others. We may think of ourselves as a competent human worthy of love and affection and the truth may be that we are actually incompetent narrow minded selfish egomaniacs not loved by anyone.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT SENSATION***

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Sensation: n. using one or more subsets which are (sight and/or hearing) and/or (smell and/or taste) and/or (touch and/or balance) and/or the brain processing the input given by the body senses

We sense our environment and bodies with our senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch, and balance and depend on our brain to properly process all this information and store what is necessary or relevant to our existence.

What we sense can also impact the future way that we sense because overexposure to a sense will cause boredom or insensitivity to stimuli in the future. In effect what we sense has an impact on the way we sense in the future.

The development of callouses is an example of sensations altering our bodies and becoming less sensitive to sensations in a particular area in the future. Getting tired or bored of a program which we initially thought was entertaining or exciting is an example of desensitization to repetitive eventually unrewarding experiences or stimuli.

Nothing is more predictable than change and if we are not getting enough rewards from our sensations then we look for new ones.

Being addicted to a sensation(s) is also possible and this is why it is hard to change both good and bad habit addictions which apparently are rewarding enough in your life to make you want to continue or repeat them. An adrenaline or dopamine high brought on by certain foods, drugs, and activities is a desirable sensation which our brain frequently likes and tries to repeat.

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10 WINE MYTHS YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY KNOW ABOUT!!!!!!

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Older and/or more expensive wines are not frequently better. It is all mostly a question of your personal taste and which wine you personally like the taste of.

There are 8 other wine myths you should read about in this thevivant.com link!

http://thevivant.com/top-10-wine-myths-debunked/

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