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#7 How to consciously communicate with your food — with Evan Rilling THE HUMAN PROJECT

    • Gesellschaft und Kultur

“Our ancestors were eating generally higher quality food. They had less options but they were eating locally.” Evan Rilling is a health-conscious chef and a food shaman. His mission is to help clients to connect more to themselves by creating a healthier relationship with the food they consume daily. He has almost 20 years of chef experience, has worked as the personal chef to actor, Will Smith, designed menus for retreat centers around the world, and worked for major health brands.

“You can learn to understand your own body in order to find out the kind of food that works best for you.”

We all are familiar with those moments in life, in which we don’t allow ourselves to eat healthy food without time pressure but rather with joy and pleasure. Our brain knows about proper meals. It knows “we are what we consume”, but our limiting beliefs cause us to believe differently.

People have different perceptions on what’s healthy for them. But there is no general health nutrition plan that would be applicable for each of us. We all have different bodies, different ingredients within us and different ways to move. Evan’s recommendation is to recognize that our bodies are built differently and needs to be treated differently. What is healthy for you might not be healthy for another person, what food works best for you, might not work for another one. He said, you “just” have to be more knowledgable on what your body likes, digest the best and what feels the best after you have eaten. This means, do you feel tired after a dish, activated or energized? Self-responsibility is his key for a proper health.

“Just because certain food is said to be good for you, doesn’t necessarily mean that it is good for you and your health system.”

Listening to our conversation will help you understand:

✨that it is your responsibility to stay healthy.

✨the importance of consciousness when eating because your body is your temple and you are what you are consuming

✨how to build a relationship with ingredients and food you are having in front of you

✨understanding that each of us has a different body and an individual internal health system

✨why buying local products is a great thing to do

✨the importance of mental health when it comes to an overall health state of living

✨why breathing before eating is a behavior you might want to make your habit

✨how a perfect vision of the food industry might look like

✨why the garden of Eden might act as a great role model for the food industry

✨how to inspire the next generation to truly love food, appreciating knowing local fresh products and eat with awareness

Questions for you as you might want to reflect about today’s talk: What does “being healthy” mean to you? What new habit do you want to implement in life when it comes to your diet, your nutrition, and your eating behavior?



Thank you so much for joining us on today’s episode of The Human Project! If you enjoy the podcast, I would like to invite you…

To SUBSCRIBE to The Human Project Podcast.

To leave a REVIEW on Apple Podcast. It really makes a difference - in particular in helping to convince hard-to-get guests to join the show.

To COMMENT on Instagram @thehumanproject_podcast and let me know what inspired you the most in this episode.

Please share today’s episode with your family, friends, or someone else you think could be inspired by it!

Until next time, I truly appreciate you listening and I am already looking forward to go on the next journey together with you.

Keep on Shining

Yours,

Corinna-Rosa

To learn more about Evan Rilling, feel free to follow him on Instagram @freestylekitchen For further information visit https://linktr.ee/freestylekitchen

How to get in touch with us:

https://linktr.ee/THEHUMANPROJECT

“Our ancestors were eating generally higher quality food. They had less options but they were eating locally.” Evan Rilling is a health-conscious chef and a food shaman. His mission is to help clients to connect more to themselves by creating a healthier relationship with the food they consume daily. He has almost 20 years of chef experience, has worked as the personal chef to actor, Will Smith, designed menus for retreat centers around the world, and worked for major health brands.

“You can learn to understand your own body in order to find out the kind of food that works best for you.”

We all are familiar with those moments in life, in which we don’t allow ourselves to eat healthy food without time pressure but rather with joy and pleasure. Our brain knows about proper meals. It knows “we are what we consume”, but our limiting beliefs cause us to believe differently.

People have different perceptions on what’s healthy for them. But there is no general health nutrition plan that would be applicable for each of us. We all have different bodies, different ingredients within us and different ways to move. Evan’s recommendation is to recognize that our bodies are built differently and needs to be treated differently. What is healthy for you might not be healthy for another person, what food works best for you, might not work for another one. He said, you “just” have to be more knowledgable on what your body likes, digest the best and what feels the best after you have eaten. This means, do you feel tired after a dish, activated or energized? Self-responsibility is his key for a proper health.

“Just because certain food is said to be good for you, doesn’t necessarily mean that it is good for you and your health system.”

Listening to our conversation will help you understand:

✨that it is your responsibility to stay healthy.

✨the importance of consciousness when eating because your body is your temple and you are what you are consuming

✨how to build a relationship with ingredients and food you are having in front of you

✨understanding that each of us has a different body and an individual internal health system

✨why buying local products is a great thing to do

✨the importance of mental health when it comes to an overall health state of living

✨why breathing before eating is a behavior you might want to make your habit

✨how a perfect vision of the food industry might look like

✨why the garden of Eden might act as a great role model for the food industry

✨how to inspire the next generation to truly love food, appreciating knowing local fresh products and eat with awareness

Questions for you as you might want to reflect about today’s talk: What does “being healthy” mean to you? What new habit do you want to implement in life when it comes to your diet, your nutrition, and your eating behavior?



Thank you so much for joining us on today’s episode of The Human Project! If you enjoy the podcast, I would like to invite you…

To SUBSCRIBE to The Human Project Podcast.

To leave a REVIEW on Apple Podcast. It really makes a difference - in particular in helping to convince hard-to-get guests to join the show.

To COMMENT on Instagram @thehumanproject_podcast and let me know what inspired you the most in this episode.

Please share today’s episode with your family, friends, or someone else you think could be inspired by it!

Until next time, I truly appreciate you listening and I am already looking forward to go on the next journey together with you.

Keep on Shining

Yours,

Corinna-Rosa

To learn more about Evan Rilling, feel free to follow him on Instagram @freestylekitchen For further information visit https://linktr.ee/freestylekitchen

How to get in touch with us:

https://linktr.ee/THEHUMANPROJECT

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