Love what you eat
Food is something you should adore. When your brain is telling to your body that you hate the food you are eating, your body doesn't fully absorb it. It is possible that this starts some kind of negative reaction in your body. Very good example is eating bugs. So far you are not aware, what you are eating, you might enjoy it very much. I'm sure, that most of us (me included) would vomit, when we find out we are eating bugs. This is natural reaction to keep us away from harm. So, love your food and fill yourself with positive energy and emotions!
1. Enjoy every bite you take
Every meal should be a blessing. Whatever I eat, I'll take it is the right thing at that moment. It is what you need and want. It doesn't mean that every meal should be super healthy. Sometimes I'll take a hamburger or popcorn. There are not healthy, but I know I'll enjoy it and I'm totally happy with it. Give yourself the liberty to eat versatile food.
2. Know what you want to eat
I have tried sushi several times. As much as I have tried it, I don't like it. It is not my taste. So, what is the point of eating it? Even when all other people take sushi, I'll try to have something else. This way I know I'll enjoy my meal. I'm not saying you shouldn't try new stuff. Quite the opposite, you should always try to expand the knowledge and find new awesome food. Experiment and you'll be abundant with great tastes!
3. Be honest with yourself
Sometimes being honest with yourself is the hardest thing. You can say hamburger and fries are the tastiest food and I'll want to eat it every day. But try to listen to your inner self. Do you really want to eat it every day? Or are you nagging with yourself afterwards? At the moment you eat it, it was good, but afterwards you were angry with yourself? DON'T do it! Be honest and you still eat it occasionally! And don't play hunger games!
Cook with passion
Have you ever wondered why food tastes so good at your parents' house? Or why sometimes you just cannot make even the simplest meal correctly? There is no magic trick there. Take a time and think, how you usually cook. Do you have enough time to focus on cooking? And what kind of energy you put into it? Most of the time that's all that matters. When you love what you do, then even the simplest pasta is delicious.
4. Take time
We want to do so many different things and it is hard to have time for everything. It is so easy to put frozen pizza to microwave and have a quick dinner for the family. But cooking should be very important part of your activities. How else can you have decent meals? It doesn't mean you need hours for preparations. If you cannot afford 20-30 min of your day for your food, then it is not important for you what you eat. And you don't want to take care of your and your family's health!
5. Focus on cooking
Do you like multi-tasking? Is it so easy to do 10 different things in the same time and get everything done? STOP IT! When you cook, focus on it. Be in the middle of the process and feel it. Then you start noticing nuances and you can give your energy and passion into it. Then you can improvise and create something truly tasty. Most of the times, I'll cook that way. And very often when I start preparing for the meal, I even don't know exactly, what I'm going to use and what the result is! Be intuitive and innovative and it pays off.
6. Love what you do
Sometimes I have bad mood or I just don't want to cook anything. It happens to everybody. If then possible, ask somebody else to prepare the meal. Or just go out or order something. That is better than cook reluctantly. When you do something you don’t want to do, you are full of negative energies. Do you truly want put negative energy to the food you and your loved ones eat? I don't and I believe you don't want it too. When something irritates me, I'll step away from the kitchen, take some deep breaths and calm myself down. I'll try to release my negative feelings and then I'll go back to kitchen. For me, it usually works.
7. Give the right energy
At the end, it matters what kind of energies you put to your food. Food filled with good energy will stay fresh longer and when you eat it, you fill yourself with good energy. I stumbled upon Dr. Masaru Emoto's study about how we affect water with words. If simple words can affect water so much, can you even comprehend, how much your energy can change your food?