If you are going to be saying that something or someone is holy, you will need to be pretty serious about what you are saying. You will need to have conviction and there must be a spiritual force behind your words that shows others just how much you believe in that person, principle or object. To be thinking and speaking, believing and behaving along these lines, you would be acting in a holistic manner. Most programs associated with health and wellness principles and practices are all, slowly but surely, adopting the holistic verbiage.
This goes to show how much effort, commitment and conviction has been put in by those who are occupying the mantle of exponents. It is certainly the classic case where food and healthy eating is concerned, and while holistic nutrition programs were never as clear cut and dried as they were in the beginning, we have had the benefit of healthy eating opportunities for centuries. Rich or poor, we have all been exposed to what nature has put out there for us.
Those that believe entirely in Mother Nature are said to be quite holy souls too. It is their life’s work to explain the virtues of what the earth produces for us. Holistic nutrition programs, each and every menu or meal plan recorded under every program, has at its roots nature. You will find that little or no space has been given for the inclusion of processed ingredients that are essentially unhealthy for body, soul and mind.
There are processed ingredients never to be included on the healthy eating list that are so unwholesome that, if consumed in excess, can be life threatening. Now, that is an unholy prospect indeed. Rather be holy and live, holistically speaking of course.