The Need To Support/Recover the "Sense of Taste" in Children
Insights Into Diet and Health By: J Graf
Date: 5/23/2011 8:18:40 PM ( 10 y ) ... viewed 17602 times
"The sense of taste, in its higher, more refined state, is capable of discerning what the body most needs at any given time. However, when blunted or debased, it discerns not what is wholesome in a given moment, but what is tasty, or even what will feed a health-undermining craving."
How can we support/preserve the "sense of taste" in children so that they can have the discernment they need?
Health and karma can both be high prices to pay for what appears to be cheap foods of commerce.
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