Why I Cooked Dinner For My Friends…

So I get a lot of questions about what I’m studying now, and it’s called Integrative Nutrition. People hear the work nutrition and instantly think it’s all about food. Well, it’s it!

Well as much as it discusses bio-individuality and how one person’s food is another person’s poison, it also discusses something that is far more important and that is Primary Food. It’s the level of joy and happiness you have in all other areas of your life. Including career, relationships, spirituality and physical activity.

It’s about exploring new things with myself and letting go of old obsolete beliefs that are no longer serving me and then start helping people do the same.

Something new that I explored is inviting people over on a full healthy meal course. I did ginger and carrot soup, massaged kale salad and my own take on lean gluten-free spaghetti meatballs.

I invited my friends over and enjoyed my time eating and watching them enjoy the food.

What I learned from this experience is that I really do love cooking for others and having people over. It taught me that the joy of sharing can never be matched. And that healthy food can actually be done in friends gatherings.

It’s never too late to learn something new about yourself or learn something new in general. I talk about learning all the time because I do believe that through learning we rediscover our selves and open our hearts up to living our full potential.

Humanity is genius, but it simply went stray and got buried under levels of stress and anxiety that is coming from stepping away from our authentic selves and living life like a rat in a rat race.

So take a minute and ask yourself what you want, what new skills you would love to learn and what you want to grow in yourself. Say yes to new opportunities and always give your self time to share. Share your thoughts and your dreams with your loved ones. Read them your latest article, or ask them to come work out with you.

Be open to give and receive and most importantly is always be open and willing to learn.

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”
-Mahatma Gandhi

Peace & Love,

Sara

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