Nutrition is a secondary source of energy. Primary foods, or nonfood sources of nourishment, are what really fuel us.
As children, we all lived on primary food. Lovers thrive on the pure bliss and peace they are experiencing, while passionate entrepreneurs are fueled by their work. The excitement and rapture of daily life can feed us more completely than any food.
Think back to a time when you were involved in an exiting work project. You believed in what you were doing wholeheartedly and felt confident and stimulated. Time stopped, and the outside world was muted – food was an afterthought.
Now recall a time you were depressed or experiencing low self-esteem – you were starving for primary food. No matter how much you ate, you never felt satisfied. The need for love, power, or mere acknowledgement. drove the desire for excess food.
PRIMARY FOOD GOES BEYOND THE PLATE, NURTURING US ON A DEEPER LEVEL.
The four main primary foods are: