What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

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Re: What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

Post by Opalserpent » Thu Nov 08, 2012 5:51 am

Spock wrote:Funny, I just suffered a massive craving for salt. I don't think I've ever had that before. Anyway, I ended up getting a bag of cheez-its.

But I understand the sugar-craving, mine is for chocolate and it usually hits me around 2 - 3 p.m. everyday.


Holy Spock man, mabey your having gmo craving. :peep:

Blessed is abovetopsecret.com for not getting angry for me linking to them.

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread873700/pg1


I'm at work on my lunch break and I noticed a box of "Cheez-It Extra Cheddar Party Mix" sitting on my co-workers desk, so I decided to check out the ingredients... and here is what I have found. The red boxes in the picture below indicate what I know to be ingredients containing Genetically Modified Organisms(GMOs) because over 90% of soy and cotton crops are GMO crops. There is a very good chance that the corn ingredients are also GMO, because 85% of all corn crops in the US are GMO. The dairy ingredients probably also contain GMOs depending on what the cow ate, not to mention the hormones cows are treated with sometimes. TBHQ is also boxed in red, and it is a petroleum product similar to butane. Food coloring dyes yellow #5 and yellow #6 are thought to be cancer causing and have been banned in some countries. These dyes also cause many disorders, mainly in children. The moral of the story is just because the FDA says it is safe to eat doesn't mean that it is. This stuff is literally poison. This is just one box of crackers... imagine what else you are eating everyday, and imagine what you are feeding your kids. This is why my family has switched to all natural and organic food, because we want to live past 60. Pay attention to the ingredients in your food!!!!!!


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I'm beginning to research a new diet thats mostly free of gmo. No wonder we are all getting fatter and sick. They are feeding us poison their own workers won't eat in their own cafeteria at monsanto.
:ohno:

Re: What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

Post by Noentry » Thu Nov 08, 2012 1:27 am

Strawberry's or Cherry's
Ice cream vanilla, raspberry, strawberry or chocolate.
Whipped double cream.
Chopped assorted fruits
Nuts And a flake to top it off.


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Over here it is advertised or known as an American classic.

Re: What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

Post by domdabears » Thu Nov 08, 2012 1:11 am

Noentry wrote:This post SC is giving me a craving for a...Chocolate Knickerbocker Glory
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There is no force more powerful in the universe.
I can not resist, resistance is futile.

I have needs. Love me!!!!
Screw that I am off to the freezer!!!!
:)

Sweet fancy moses. :o

What's in that?

It kind of looks like a peanut buster parfait from Dairy Queen. (my favorite) Can't fuck with soft serve ice cream.

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Re: What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

Post by Seriouscitizen » Thu Nov 08, 2012 1:10 am

Opalserpent wrote:How can you change your eating habbits when even the gmo vegetables will kill you now?


Dont eat GMO vegetables

Re: What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

Post by SamueltheLion » Thu Nov 08, 2012 1:09 am

hey man, don't hate your body, love it be grateful for what it is, try and see the beauty in what it is and it will work with you much faster.

as for my comment "in that state you are a real victim to advertising", the you i was speaking of was not meant as -you-.

but the general you.

get it? :)

Re: What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

Post by Opalserpent » Thu Nov 08, 2012 1:03 am

How can you change your eating habbits when even the gmo vegetables will kill you now?

Re: What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

Post by Thewatcher » Thu Nov 08, 2012 12:59 am

Samuelthemule wrote:
Thewatcher wrote:The last 12 months since I've stopped managing and coaching football players I have put over a stone in weight on. :o

I crave chip shop food, big fresh cream cakes, I've even gone to taking out a full pack of chocolate digestives with a cup of tea ( dunking them ofcourse ) and I wouldn't mind I'm not even a chocolate lover. But my favourite is a five seeded loaf of bread with chopped pork, butter and lumpy piccalilli sauce. :o

Oh my the more I think about it I am going to keel over at this rate, I need to sort my diet out.

Thanks for the post it has made me realise where I'm going wrong.

:cheers:


once you divide your body from your soul, from your raw presence, the "I" which I am speaking of when I say "I", it gets a lot easier to resist temptations, and things which would be bad for you, because you can regognize the source of the craving, and choose to solve it in another way, instead of doing the automatic processing thing which would be: Identifying so strongly with your thoughts and feelings than you blindly follow along with them, and just do whatever they tell you to.

In that state, you are a real victim to advertising.


How can I be a victim to advertising dude when I don't even watch t.v or notice advertisements about food when I'm out and about.

I put it down to being a greedy fuck at the moment because I'm spending a lot of time on my Apple Mac and reason 6 software trying to produce some bangin tunes, which is a dream I've always had, getting no excercise, just need to get back the gym with the lads, simple as, I've always been a size medium to large but at the moment I'm a large to extra large.

clothes are gettin to tight and I'm hatin this belly that's appearing ( sound like a woman there :lol: ) the op has made me realise how bad me old ticker is going to end up if I don't change eating habits.

:P

Re: What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

Post by SamueltheLion » Thu Nov 08, 2012 12:51 am

i wouldn't say eating mushrooms was a craving, or an irresistable urge, that's how i'd explain it.

at least, not in the sense you mean it, what you just did was mince worlds/definitions together.
But anyway, funny point and a nice try, I get it: Be more responsible.

I wonder how long it will be before the whole ambulance thing fades from peoples memories :p


With mushrooms: the state is what people wish to arrive at, and their curiosity takes them (including myself) to strange places, and consume even stranger mushroom feces/faces...

now that i've ingested them, i know i can actually also think, feel and BREATHE myself to that place, but it takes a LOT more effort. If everyone realized they could take themselves where they wanted to, with enough willpower and imagination, would we externalize anything anymore? Maybe we could go without... food, of any kind. May be all food is an addiction! Not that I really want to put that theory to the test but you know, one could.

Detoxing sure seems to involve Not Eating.

I noticed with the mushrooms that you have a chance to really "ride it out" or to "return early" and stay grounded, annyyywayy, who says psychedelics aren't part of a healthy diet? some soul food, literally

Re: What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

Post by Noentry » Thu Nov 08, 2012 12:50 am

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I heard this theory before.
Mushrooms opened the minds of cave dwelling primates.

Re: What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

Post by Seriouscitizen » Thu Nov 08, 2012 12:46 am

99socks wrote:
Samuelthemule wrote:
Thewatcher wrote:The last 12 months since I've stopped managing and coaching football players I have put over a stone in weight on. :o

I crave chip shop food, big fresh cream cakes, I've even gone to taking out a full pack of chocolate digestives with a cup of tea ( dunking them ofcourse ) and I wouldn't mind I'm not even a chocolate lover. But my favourite is a five seeded loaf of bread with chopped pork, butter and lumpy piccalilli sauce. :o

Oh my the more I think about it I am going to keel over at this rate, I need to sort my diet out.

Thanks for the post it has made me realise where I'm going wrong.

:cheers:


once you divide your body from your soul, from your raw presence, the "I" which I am speaking of when I say "I", it gets a lot easier to resist temptations, and things which would be bad for you, because you can regognize the source of the craving, and choose to solve it in another way, instead of doing the automatic processing thing which would be: Identifying so strongly with your thoughts and feelings than you blindly follow along with them, and just do whatever they tell you to.

In that state, you are a real victim to advertising.



I'm not poking...

But with that kind of "logic," how do you explain the irresistible need that people have for eating psychedelics?

The real deal is, once a body's nutritional optimums have been reached, there are no more cravings, period. Likewise, if a person is truly healthy mentally, emotionally, and spiritually, then there should be no attraction to mushrooms, frogs, and cacti. :flop:


Assuming that eating psychedelics isn't 'natural' to begin with. When you look at our history, and for example at the elaborate reading graham hancock gave about it, you see a repetition of ceremonies in wich tribes etc. went to alterted states of consciousness to connect with the spirit world.

Im not stating this is THE way, but history does tell us there are many tribes and cultures before us that clearly tought of it as being a tool to get an 'higher consciousness'.

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