There is so much worthless dietary advice in the world
that it's no wonder people don't know what to eat
anymore... Or even worse, they rely on food manufacturer's
claims about which products are good for them. "Fortified
with 12 vitamins and minerals!" Nice try.
Some of the recommendations from so-called "experts" (and
this includes doctors and dietitians) are not only NOT good
for you -- they're downright dangerous and disease-causing.
Hundreds of these experts receive research funding and
direct payoffs from food manufacturers, associations or
So their "findings" always indicate that their clients
foods are healthy and nutritious.
Well, I am not associated with, nor own stock in or
receive funding from ANY food manufacturer, association,
diet company or pharmaceutical company.
I'm just here to tell it like it is.
Here are three tried and true keys that you can take to
the bank because they're based on nature and the biology of
the human body -- things that do not change with time, the
latest diet fads or corporate donations.
Key # 1 To A Long Life
Your body needs these nutrients daily...
Each type of food has its own unique nutrients which help
your body function like it's supposed to.
In other words, you cannot ignore an entire food group and
expect to feel good. That's like having gas in the tank
but no oil in the engine. No oily, no worky.
Here's a quick summary of what each of the main nutrients
do for you:
Vital for growth and development
Helps form your hormones, enzymes and antibodies
Helps maintain a good acid-alkali balance
Source of heat and energy
Provide energy for everyday bodily functions
Main fuel source for muscle exertion (exercise and manual
Lowers cholesterol and excess fat levels in your blood
Cleans your intestinal tract
Carries the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K
Supplies fatty acids needed for growth and smooth skin
Forms the structural components of brain cells and myelin,
the insulating sheath that surrounds nerve fibers
Cushions and protects your organs
I don't know about you, but I wouldn't want to do without
ANY of those.
Key # 2 To A Long Life
Nutrients work together harmoniously in your body...as
long as you don't go overboard and get way too much or too
little of any of them.
A protein deficiency can cause fatigue, loss of appetite,
swelling, diarrhea and vomiting.
Excessive protein (especially animal protein) causes gas,
bloating, constipation and diarrhea. It results in too
much saturated fat, which increases your risk of heart
disease. Plus it makes your body acidic and toxic, which
can lead to cancer, osteoporosis, arthritis and other
Too few carbohydrates can upset the electrolyte imbalance
(sodium, potassium and chloride) in your body, causing
weakness, muscle cramping or spasms, irregular heartbeat
and changes in blood pressure.
Too many carbs (especially refined carbs) can lead to
Candida overgrowth, gas and bloating, yeast infections,
obesity and type II diabetes.
A fat deficiency can result in eczema and disorders of the
skin and hair. It has also been linked to learning
disorders, behavior problems, memory problems and
Too much fat (especially trans fat) increases your risk of
heart disease, obesity and cancer.
(More on what is too much and too little is below.)
Key # 3 To A Long Life
Nature provides everything the body needs.
A simple translation: Your food should not come with a
The farther you get away from food in its natural state
(fresh, raw), the less nutritious and more harmful it is to
Processed foods not only are devoid of naturally occurring
nutrients and enzymes, but they are hard to digest, make
you toxic and contain chemicals that you were not designed
So you not only end up lacking essential nutrients when
you eat these so-called foods, but your body must somehow
process and eliminate the chemicals that are completely
foreign and most certainly dangerous over the long term.
Natural is best, my friend. And if you're ill and have
chronic pain, it's not just a good idea. It's a must.
Those are the simple facts -- no smoke and mirrors.
Now you may be wondering: So what exactly should I eat,
and how much?
Instead of worrying about grams of this or ounces of that,
there are 3 simple rules of thumb to help your body get
what it needs:
1- Make sure you eat at least one serving of each type of
food every single day. This does NOT mean you eat them ALL
at EVERY meal -- doing so will be too hard on your system
to digest. Instead you should eat foods that digest
2- Eat a wide variety of foods--don't limit yourself to
the same ones over and over. A greater variety of foods
means a greater variety of nutrients you'll get.
3- Your goal must be for at least 70% of your daily food
intake to be alkaline foods and no more than 30% acid-
The manual "How To End Stomach Pain Forever, Even If Your
MD Says, 'No Way!'" will teach you the science behind smart
food pairing and why eating this way works so well for
everyone. It's based on simple biology and chemistry, and
I explain it in everyday language for you. So even if
you're dumb as a two by four, you'll be able to get it
"What To Eat With What" spells right out what you should
eat with your favorite foods without pain, so there's no
And "Foods That Create Acid, Foods That Take It Away"
identifies 90% of what you might find in a typical grocery
store and tells you whether each one is acid, alkaline and
grades of each classification. Again...simple. No
Eating for great health and an ideal bodyweight is not
rocket science, it's not confusing and it's certainly not
You just need to get beyond the smoke and mirrors and
stick to the simple facts.
PS: Mary is off Nexium and has lower cholesterol too:
I am 63 years old, and I have had great results with
lowering my cholesterol with your wonderful Great Taste No
Pain plan. I went from total cholesterol of 175 with
Triglycerides of 176 to cholesterol of 110 (which the
doctor said was "phenomenal") and my triglycerides went
down to 109.
I went on your program because of acid reflux that I've
had for many years. I went off of my Nexium after 5 days
on your program (4 months ago). I will never eat any other
way. My sister died of esophageal cancer at age 61 (never
smoked but a lot of second hand smoke) so I will do
everything I can to prevent getting esophageal cancer.
**The FDA has not evaluated all of these statements. The
contents of this email are not to be considered medical
advice and are for educational purposes only. If you are
experiencing health challenges, always consult your doctor
for medical advice and follow it even if it contradicts the
contents of this email.**