We all know fruits and vegetables are great for us. But it gets a little boring hearing the same benefits over and over, like they'll reduce our risk of stroke, heart attack, diabetes, cancer, obesity, etc.
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I believe that the food we eat and how we eat can be a metaphor, a filler, and an experience of our sexuality. Want a peek into your sex life? Take a look at your relationship with food.
“As life’s pleasures go, food is second only to sex,” actor and comedian Alan King wrote in his memoir, “Is Salami and Eggs Better Than Sex?" ...
We all know intuitively that there are powerful connections between eating and sex, and between sex and weight loss. All my clients, even those who initially deny it, will own up to this.
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