Food shouldn't cause us so many problems and worries. Food shoudn't add to our stress, it should help alleviate it.
In many countries, mealtime is treated as sacred. In France, for instance, while it is acceptable to eat by oneself, one should never rush a meal. A frenzied salad muncher on the métro invites dirty glares, and employees are given at least an hour for lunch. In many Mexican cities, townspeople will eat together with friends and family in central areas like parks or town squares. In Cambodia, villagers spread out colorful mats and bring food to share with loved ones like a potluck." Cody C. Delistraty, The Importance of Eating Together
Ever notice how cold you are, even when you're indoors, or when the temperature outside isn't that cold?