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Which foods do what?

posted in Food
Monday, July 08 2013, 03:48 PM

Spicy foods are good when you're processing anger, lukewarm water is good when you're processing anything at all, sugary foods are good to keep your bloodsugar up, caffeine dulls the senses... Are there any more of these foods with an effect that is roughly the same for everyone, and is there a list of these somewhere?

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Monday, July 08 2013, 04:09 PM - #permalink
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I'm not sure there's a list, or it'd likely be saved on an intern's personal notes somewhere. I'm pretty sure Ro once made a short summary about it, too.
There's also foods that have adverse effects like too much sugar feeding your anger and fatties can keep you from feeling your emotions, ...

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    Monday, July 08 2013, 04:31 PM - #permalink
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    Aye, it's kind of a general question indeed. Combined with diff foods being awesome/notsoawesome for different people as well.

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    Storm!!
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    Monday, July 08 2013, 06:56 PM - #permalink
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    Pickles and Lemon for, I think, disgust.
    Onions might do something

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    Monday, July 08 2013, 08:13 PM - #permalink
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    for what it's worth, onions and garlic are amazing -physical- cleansers :3 thats important too :D

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    Tuesday, July 09 2013, 05:35 PM - #permalink
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    This is a very broad question, that since there are many many foods really only can be answered adequately by posting an encyclopedia. Given that the meta- is still a very new field

    What we do know so far is that spicy food, especially things like capsesin (sp?) help the kidneys to clear anger out of the system. And we've got some theories on things like pickles. There are the regular things like greasy things and a-lot-of-food in general tuning down sensitivity, and alcohol getting in the way of sensitivity. Finally, there are huge differences between people in what works for their system and what doesn't.

    I'd reccomend asking for specific foods you're curious about, and maybe we can scan you out some answers that you can use :)

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