|There is so much
worthless dietary advice in the world that it's no wonder people
don't know what to eat anymore.
For example, you
might read somewhere that red meat is poison, then turn around
and see another article that says it's perfectly fine in
Or some health
expert may be warning people to limit carbs, while another says
avoiding fat is where it's at.
I bet the articles
fall in line 100% with what the author of the article eats
themselves based, not on any science, but on their personal
"tastes" or on who's paying them.
What this means is
that many people can easily fall prey to food manufacturers'
sneaky claims about how their products are supposedly healthy
and good for you. They sound like this:
"Fortified with 12 vitamins and minerals!"
"Contains No Trans-fats!"
Beware, my friend.
These are just slick slogans and buzz words created to sell
stuff to you that's about as good for you as used cat litter.
Now, many of the
diet recommendations from so-called "experts" (and this includes
many doctors and dietitians) are not only NOT good for you --
they're downright dangerous and disease-causing.
You see, hundreds
of these experts receive research funding and direct payoffs
from food manufacturers, associations or pharmaceutical
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
I'm just here to
tell it like it is.
Here are three
tried and true keys to a long, healthy life 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. They are etched in granite.
Key # 1 To A Long Life
Your body needs a
variety of nutrients daily...
Each type of food
has its own unique nutrients which help your body function as
it's supposed to.
In other words,
you cannot ignore an entire food group and expect to feel good.
That's like having a fresh oil change in your car, but no gas in
Here's a quick
summary of what each of the main nutrients do for you:
- Vital for growth
- 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
cholesterol and excess fat levels in your blood
- Cleans your intestinal tract
- Provides energy
- Carries the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K as well as
- 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
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.
deficiency can cause fatigue, loss of appetite, swelling,
diarrhea and vomiting.
(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 inflammatory
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
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 inflammatory conditions.
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
everything your body needs.
translation: Your food should not come by design with a bar
The farther you
get away from food in its natural state (fresh, raw), the less
nutritious and more harmful it is to your body.
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 to ingest.
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 dangerous over the
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?
3 Rules To Help
You Achieve This Balance
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 or at any one
meal -- doing so is far too hard on your system to digest.
Instead you should eat foods that digest efficiently together.
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-forming foods.
In the Great
Taste No Pain health system, I make all of these steps a breeze
The manual "How To End
Stomach Pain Forever, Even If Your MD Says, 'No Way!'" teaches 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. It
will make perfect sense to you. You don't have to be smarter
than a 5th grader to get it.
"What To Eat
With What" spells right out what you can eat with your
favorite foods without suffering a moment of pain or regret, so
there's no guesswork. Just dozens of great "paint by numbers"
Create Acid, Foods That Take It Away" lists which foods
are acid-forming and which are alkaline, so you'll know which
foods you should concentrate on and those you should limit.
And last but not
least...Great Taste No Pain lives up to its name. Because the
recipe book contains 112 of the
most delicious dishes you'll ever taste. Nothing boring here
-- I'm talking spaghetti sauce, pastas, stews, soups, breads,
even desserts! And all pain-free.
Now, if you've got Celiac or a gluten sensitivity, no worries.
Taste No Gluten will show you all the same food pairing
principles you get in Great Taste No Pain. Plus, I give
you an enormous collection of scrumptious gluten free recipes that
will make your tongue explode with excitement... no kidding.
Eating for great
health and an ideal bodyweight is not rocket science, it's not
confusing and it's certainly not boring.
You just need to
get beyond the smoke and mirrors, stick to the simple facts and
stay as close to nature as possible.
advice in Great Taste No Pain or Great
Taste No Gluten is as easy as it can possibly be. And you'll
love every single delicious bite.
To your health,
PS: Virginia is
pain free, 14 pounds lighter and has a spring in her step!:
began using the information in your plan 18 days ago. 3 AMAZING
things have happened that I wanted to tell you about. But first,
let me tell you my before story:
was in constant pain so severe that I could not stand or sit
upright. I missed a lot of work and felt miserable all the time.
When we would go out to do something "fun" I would plaster a
smile on my face so others would not know that all I wanted to
do was hurry home and crawl into bed. I felt like I was not
worried that I would be permanently disabled and have to quit my
job. A colonoscopy, upper GI and other tests revealed that I had
inflammation of the bladder, intestines and stomach, and spasms
in my intestines. A large polyp was removed from my small
was told to continue taking acid reducing medicine and add more
fiber - but none of those things helped. I tried several dietary
restrictions as well - but it didn't seem to matter what I ate -
until I learned about the proper combinations from your plan.
After only a few days, my pain was DRAMATICALLY reduced!
The second exciting thing is that I no longer have the achy,
stiff joints that prevented me from being able to walk up and
down stairs without difficulty. I'm only 47, but felt 20 years
think the inflammation was in my joints too. But now I move up
and down stairs quickly with a spring in my step and I'm even
looking forward to starting an exercise program again.
And thirdly - and I have to say this is Super exciting for me -
I have lost 14 pou nds in 18 days! I have 24 more to go to be at
a healthy weight - but I can see the finish line now.
feel like my body is finally being nourished, and the cravings
are gone, so I have not been tempted to go back to my old way of
eating. Even more than the weight issue though - just the
thought of the pain coming back is enough to keep me on track.
Thank you so much for ALL the information you give in your
guides and daily emails. I've learned so much about my body and
what it needs to be healthy. I have hope that I can live a full
Want more case studies? Here are a few thousand for you.
Haven't taken the Great Taste No Pain test drive? Why not? Atsamattayou? You like pain
or something? I've heard about people like that!
Want to read past articles? Here they are.
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