Taste And Hunger


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Carefully consider the relationship between taste and hunger.

Can you use hunger to your advantage?

Can hunger reactivate long dormant primitive hard wiring?

Can deep hunger be used to our benefit – instead of its usual role as a detrimental binge trigger?

The first step is to stop eating.

At least for a little while.

Eventually deprivation reawakens deadened and desensitized taste buds.

We are taste junkies.

We are used to eating what and when we want.

Our taste buds are overwrought and overwhelmed.

Only the most extreme foods are able to push their way through to head of our overwhelmed palettes.

Our taste receptors are clogged.

Hunger cleanses out these sites.

Fasting is one way to make a clean break with the detrimental foods we are so addicted to.

Let us go cold turkey…let us reestablish reality.

For up to 48 hours, drink fruit juices and protein shakes on a as needed basis…

excerpt from “The Purposeful Primitive” by Marty Gallagher

 

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