Methodology to Eating
This simple Methodology to Eating system, actually layers the basic principles of food combining (some of which were derived from Dr. William Hay’s premise he devised in the 1920’s ) with anti-inflammatory foods. This powerful two fold approach now yields an exponential beneficial effect. And it’s called:
The Anti-Inflammatory Food Combining Guide.
The Anti-Inflammatory Food Combining Guide is simple, easy to understand, and designed to teach you how reducing the inflammation in your body will make you feel healthier, and transforming your gut into a happier one, through making intelligent food choices, and explaining how to combine different foods of different pH levels, which require different digestive enzymes, and are also different on the Alkalinity – to – Acidity scale.
Ever heard of the famous Latin proverb: “Like likes like”?
It and Dr. Hay’s premise could be used to actualize when you eat like foods ( of like pH and that are on the same Alkalinity – to – Acidity scale, and require the same digestive enzymes) – “like likes like” – resulting in a happier you, a healthier you ( because you no longer have acid reflux or gastric distress, painful cramping of your tummy, excessive gas build-up, distention of your abdomen, and abnormal bowel movements), thus benefiting you with much less inflammation throughout your body.
Why? Like likes like?
Because when you adhere to the principles of “like likes like”, your digestive system isn’t fighting foods that require vastly different digestive enzymes, and vastly different digestive environments.
Per Dr. Andrew Weil, “…It is becoming increasingly clear that chronic inflammation is the root cause of many serious illnesses – including heart disease, many cancers, and Alzheimer’s disease. We all know inflammation on the surface of the body as local redness, heat, swelling and pain. It is the cornerstone of the body’s healing response, bringing more nourishment and more immune activity to a site of injury or infection. But when inflammation persists or serves no purpose, it damages the body and causes illness. Stress, lack of exercise, genetic predisposition, and exposure to toxins (like secondhand tobacco smoke) can all contribute to such chronic inflammation, but dietary choices play a big role as well. Learning how specific foods influence the inflammatory process is the best strategy for containing it and reducing long-term disease risks…”.
Why? Anti-Inflammatory ?
Doctors and scientists have come to prove that in fact, inflammation is the cause of most disease ( even dis-ease) – whether we’re talking about auto-immune diseases in which your immune system has gone awry and attacks itself. Some more well known ( among many) of these are:
1) Ulcerative Colitis – wherein your immune system attacks your colon
2) Crohn’s Disease – wherein your immune system attacks the tract from the mouth to the anus at various points.
3) Celiac Disease – wherein your immune system attacks
the lining of the small intestine by attacking the villi of the intestine when you eat GLUTEN
4) Multiple Sclerosis – wherein your immune system
attacks the MYELIN ( the fatty material that wraps around your nerves, and without this protective myelin, your nerves become damaged)
5) Parkinson’s – wherein your immune system attacks
brain cells that produce dopamine, hence making it a
neurodegenerative brain disorder.
6) Lupus – wherein your immune system attacks any healthy tissue or organ, instead of bacteria and viruses, this creates inflammation.
Per the NIH, in their article on Auto-Immune Diseases and Inflammation, “… the classic sign of an autoimmune disease is inflammation, which can cause redness, heat, pain and swelling. … but in most cases one important goal is to reduce inflammation.”
To read the entire article, click here
Other diseases that are not auto-immune, but are a direct result of excess inflammation:
To find out about if the disease you are suffering from is Auto-Immune, click here:
What’s the Learning Curve?
I won’t lie to you; at first it does turn everything upside down.
BUT once you start implementing The Anti-Inflammatory Food Combining Guide, you’ll start feeling the beneficial effects within a few days.
Within a few days, you’ll be wondering where did the Acid Reflux go? Where did the stomach pains go?
Your friends will tell you ” hey, I noticed you no longer have gas…”
Is it Difficult?
No, it’s like starting an exercise program at a new gym, when you’ve never exercised a day in your life. It’s an adjustment for the first few days, but then when you start to see the results, it only pumps you up to continue your new routine.
You will be surprised how much sense it really makes as it’s based on scientific facts.
Within a few days, you’ll be happy to get rid of:
– your lack of energy, and fatigue
– your distended abdomen
– your Acid Reflux
– your stomach aches and cramps
– your abnormal bowel movements
Personally I believe that anyone who adopts The Anti-Inflammatory Food Combining Guide, will reap important health benefits, and overall less inflammation in your body.
Don’t be surprised if your doctor asks you why your numbers are so good? What are you doing that’s so different?