When two people are attracted to each other we often say that they have “good chemistry.” What if that’s really true? What we think is a clever metaphor may actually be the case. There is a great case to be made that our basic body chemistry influences our attraction to others and that this “chemical attraction” is a helpful tool in creating healthy relationships. It has long been observed that families that eat together generally have a stronger bond, but what is the mechanism of this bonding? Can what you eat improve your relationship?
In my teachings, the first thing I express to all my clients and students is as follows:
Food makes the blood; Blood makes the cells; Cells make the tissue; Tissue makes the organs;
And here we be!