Great Chinese Proverb

“One quarter of what you eat keeps you alive. The other three-quarters keep your doctor alive”

 

Alan Roettinger, author of “Speed Vegan”, advises that you should listen to how your body feels when you eat. If you feel bad after stuffing yourself, then you may develop guilt at eating so much.* This is an indicator you ought to listen to your feelings and design your eating habits so you always feeling good after you eat. He also advises food combining (no carbs with protein). We have been advising this for years telling folks… melon by itself, veggies go with anything, sugar compromises digestion so you don’t get much value from the food.. (no desert for awhile after the meal). 

 

I recently was advised by my ND to go on a no sulfur diet (no chocolate, coffee, beans, cruciferous veggies, kale, etc). Six weeks later I feel so much lighter and “cleaner” although am getting kind of sick of squash and salad. If we listen to our bodies they may be better at advising us what to eat than all those commercials for weight loss diets.

 

*-from “Simply Health Delicious”, Nexus magazine, Mar/Apr 2014

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