How to Know That a Food Doesn't Work for You

Written by: Sarah Kolman RN, MA, CHPN, INHC

The key skill in identifying if a food doesn't work for you is a heightened awareness of how food affects almost every aspect of how we feel and to start making connections with our symptoms and the food we have eaten. This is a monumental shift from our cultural tendency to look outside of ourselves for guidance on what food is best for us. Read here to learn about tools that can help you figure out whether a particular food is friendly or unfriendly to your individual system?

The key skill in identifying if a food doesn't work for you is a heightened awareness of how food affects almost every aspect of how we feel and to start making connections with our symptoms and the food we have eaten. This is a monumental shift from our cultural tendency to look outside of ourselves for guidance on what food is best for us.

Read here to learn about tools that can help you figure out whether a particular food is friendly or unfriendly to your individual system?

Source: http://www.seventhgeneration.com/enhancing...