The rules of society overrules the rules of biology.
It just hit me then, that barely no one is questioning how and why we use and eat things that are slowly killing us, but everyone is questioning you when you are using things and avoiding other, that will make you live longer and healthier.
Basically everything that we are used to, that is normal, things that we doesn’t question, is actually not biologically right, we all know it. And everything that in our society seems like extreme is most likely biologically right to our bodies and minds. We all know that too. Drinking is an obvious example. It’s extremely weird not to drink in our society, it’s not accepted, even if everyone knows that not drinking is better for our body and brain.
It’s extreme to eat only raw, fresh produce chemical free food. People get sort of annoyed if you have a socially “strict” diet, but for our body would be the “normal” and most beneficial diet. Working out everyday is extreme. Not for our body if we work out smart an funktional. If parents are feeding their kids no sugar, no chemicals and no processed food; people react like the parents are taking away their children’s childhood, but biologically speaking what the parents are doing is actually creating the best environment for their bodies and brains to grow. It’s arguably not socially accepted to do what is biologically best for our kids.
Why is it that everything that is best for our bodies, our brains and us is looked upon as socially extreme and “bad”? We are doing things to our body every singe day that is actually destroying our cells and immune system, and causing us diseases. Still people have to justify eating clean and healthy, and no one ever have to justify eating shit and not caring about their health?
What does this say about our society and how we live? I promote love and happiness, and I’ve found that as close to what is natural, not to society, but to the biologically reality I live, the happier, healthier and more energetic I feel.