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Avoids Combining Foods, Feels Great
I read your article on digestive well-being (“Gut Feeling,” November/December Malady Makeover). After suffering for years with digestive problems, I found the help I needed with an eating program called Great Taste, No Pain. The author, Sherry Brescia, explains that it’s simple: Do not combine starches and proteins. The bloating and all the problems that come with it were gone by the second day of following this new way of eating, and I lost 25 pounds without additional exercise. You know that when the digestive tract is happy, the body is happy.
Eating (or not eating) different food combinations is an idea with a long history. While Energy Times doesn’t endorse any specific diet, we do believe you should find an eating plan that works best for you, which Cindy appears to have done.
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