The great problems of humanity were never yet solved by general laws, but only through regeneration of the attitudes of individuals
... eat, read, contemplate.
"A still infantile man of thirty is surely to be deplored, but a youthful septuagenarian—isn’t that delightful? And yet both are psychological monstrosities."
Wouldn't you, too, rather eat fresh green beans than the canned stuff from the store?
Butternut (Juglans cinerea) has a lot of uses.
Quoting from "Living the Good Life" by Helen and Scott Nearing, from the chapter "Eating for Health".
Would you do things the same way if the nearest hospital were two centuries away?
Fasting can prepare your taste buds for bitter foods because you gut is what determines whether or not you like something.