The ice-cream diet

The ice-cream diet: when it works and when it doesn’t

Have you thought much about the hidden ingredients to the food you are ingesting? And I am not talking about the chemicals, pesticides, food coloring and preservatives physically added to the food! I am talking about another hidden ingredient that is potentially mixed in with every morsel we take, and that could ruin the best organic produce ever. Do you want to know what that is? Read all about it in the article below.


When organic ice-cream doesn’t cut it

Close your eyes and reflect on your life for a few seconds. On a scale from 1 to 10, how do you rate your life in general? Would you say it’s 8 out 10? Or more like 5 out of 10? Remember that number.

Now, since your life is a reflection of you, your evaluation of your life is, in fact, an evaluation of yourself. Therefore, however you rated your life, that’s how much you love and accept yourself.

So for those who rated their life 8 out 10, you love 80% of yourself and you don’t love the other 20%. Well, that doesn’t sound too bad, does it?

Now, imagine you are at the bar where you eat your food daily – organic food at that! You feel like ice-cream today and you go to the ice-cream counter, pleasurably scooping out 8 servings of delicious ice-cream. And for the other 2 scoops you go to the opposite counter where you find freshly produced, still warm and steaming, 100% organic… cow poo. So you serve yourself 2 scoops of that. And you start eating the mixture. Tastes good? Don’t complain, other people rated their life 5 out of 10, so their bowls are now 50:50 (ice-cream: cow poo).

So how do you make sure you don’t eat cow poo? By making sure you love yourself unconditionally. Until you don’t, you will keep “flavoring” your food with shit, and that shit is nothing else but negative self-talk and self-rejection. Unconditional love means loving yourself 10 out of 10. And you’ll know you’ve achieved it when you rate your life 10 out of 10 and when your food loses the suspicious aftertaste.

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