In a way, humans are computer-like; we must feed ourselves with information and knowledge in order to live. When we are hungry, we turn to food. Food is fuel and gives us the energy to think and grow. We can eat heavy or light food; they all comfort us and move us differently. Keeping a healthy diet allows our mind and body to grow and live right. When we consume food that’s not good for us, we block the growth and without realizing it, we develop emotional depression, a core pain that spreads and leads to the negative state of mind that takes over our emotions and controls our emotions to act and react with self-pity, rage, anger, panic attacks and more.