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Nutritive Value of Time

I discussed in a previous post how we consume time. I extend this idea of time consumption to include the nutritional value of time.

As we consume food, so we consume time. Foods serve different functions in our bodies such as proteins for bodybuilding, sugars for energy-giving, and vitamins for body protection.

The nutritional values of food vary and range from negative values to high positive values. Junk food causes harm and may exceed the benefits they give to our bodies.

Nutritious Value of Time

We need to build the body of our lives and our work and body of knowledge as we build our bodies. This requires the use of time for various activities.

  • Energy giving times (Sugar time) – allocation of time to give energy to the work we do. We need to do energy-providing activities. We need to remove junk times that may energize our bodies but also hinders bodybuilding.
  • Work bodybuilding (carbohydrates time) – times allocated to grow the bones and structure of our works.
  • Protective times (vitamins time) – to ward off competition and hackers. These times serve also in regulating the body of our work as vitamins regulate our bodies. The human body requires them in small amounts. We need not spend too much time on protective activities.
  • Growth times (protein times) – we need to cater to the growth of the body of work. The body of work cannot grow and protect at the same time. We need to move attention from protection to growth.
  • Digestion times (water time) – to help us digest the experiences and new technologies and understanding our failures better.
  • Refined times (white bread times) – it is important to avoid body-weakening times because they are poor in fibers and may lead to rapid spikes of sugar in the body of work. Spending too much time on perfections may do the same. Too much refining is hazardous to the body.

Similar is spending too much sugarcoated time on eating certain foods as they make the body heavy. It is like eating too many calories. This applies to the body of work by feeding it with excessive (potato times) and make the body rigid and lose its agility to changing work environment.

Does this classification make sense to you dear readers?

Ali Ananihttps://www.bebee.com/@ali-anani
My name is Ali Anani. I hold a Ph.D. from the University of East Anglia (UK, 1972) Since the early nineties I switched my interests to publish posts and presentations and e-books on different social media platforms.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Brilliant! Caveat: sometimes the first seconds of contact are critical. Makes sense to invest a wee bit of attention to what’s at the top, so to speak.

    Visual people call it out as the first seven seconds that make the first impression.

    I think of it whatever’s on top!

    blessings,
    Cynthia

  2. Suggestive hypothesis!
    It may seem trivial but this article made me think of another relationship between nutrition and time.
    Until a few weeks ago, the normal rhythms of life often limited the time needed to take care of our food and that of our loved ones. Now, however, with the lockdown we have had the opportunity to reserve more time for preparing meals, devote time to breakfast and do it all together to share this important moment of the day, increase the consumption of those important foods in our diet, such as vegetables and legumes that are sometimes not often prepared for reasons of time.
    In short, time is relevant in many circumstances!!

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