Congratulations for Trying a Different Way to Nutrition!
The below are energy science guidelines to get you started toward improving your energy and zest for life again Are you feeling tired and run down at the end of the day? Do you have trouble with pain or bloating after eating? Do you have acid indigestion or heartburn? Are you having a sense of heaviness after eating or are you overweight?
This nutritional approach as you may already know is very different than the current molecular nutritional approach because it’s very complete in its recommendations and will change your life if you follow it That’s a very big statement but I know from personal and patient experience that it’s the case
The below FREE Report introduces you to guidelines around nutritional lifestyle behavior patterns that if not followed, can get you feeling bad over the long run, believe it or not
Be sure you’ve taken the questionnaire at foodsheal.com under Getting Started to find out what your energy makeup is Then choose the appropriate energy science nutritional format for yourself
The FREE Report
If You Are Not Hungry, Don’t Eat This seems like a no brainer but it happens to all of us (Im including myself in this statement) Become a student of your appetite Gauge it on a scale of 1-10 with 1 = hunger like you’ve never experienced before, 10 = so stuffed you can’t walk, and 6 = what you should feel like after eating two handfuls as the biggest meal
Try to not snack between meals This habit impairs your digestive strength
Lifestyle Habit Make a deal with yourself to always sit to eat anything even if a grape
Food Selection Try to reduce and eventually eliminate carbonated beverages
Enhancing Digestive Strength Scrape the tongue every morning on getting up “Read the tongue” means getting used to its appearance of the coating and lines and cracks present as these will change as your digestive health improves
Bonus Food Ritual Establish Your Biggest Meal of the day between 10am and 2pm
Bonus Do 2 to 3 meals a week in silence so you can get into the habit of paying attention to what you’re doing This will enhance your digestive strength
Here's to healthy digestion Dr Bill Dean