In the science of Ayurveda medicine the sister science to yoga, we speak about nature and how it guides us in life. The more years I have Ayurveda in my life I totally agree with the concept nature provides! Looking at photos of food that is packaged and has a list of 18 chemicals you have trouble pronouncing do you truly believe it is as mouth-watering as whole food. Try a kiwi and sliced banana in a bed of raw organic almond butter with fresh blueberries on top. On a bread that is from ancient grains and sprouted and is made from sourdough. Something is compelling and drawing you to the food that nature provided, I am sure of that. I know for a fact if we allow our instincts to run and fly a bit the truth always comes out and yes we are attracted to all that nature has given us. Just let go and be a bit fearless and fly with the flow as they always say.
What happens when you see a garden that someone has at their home and they grow all the vegetables and herbs they cook with. Don't we always react and say ...OH HOW LOVELY, then we smile, now when we are at a typical grocery store and we see a box of ritz crackers with tons and tons of chemicals do we look at that box with the same amount of admiration? Something is to be said about food that grows in the ground on a tree or in the sea. It's an intuitive thing, how did the ancient hunter-gatherers not starve to death they figured it out and rather fast or we would not be here.