Some proteins and starches do not combine well in the stomach. Combining heavy carbohydrates and proteins can cause digestive problems. For example, eating meat and potatoes at the same time could be the cause of constipation and bloating.
Routines create willpower, health and strength, and balanced internal organs, which give a happy stomach, a happy liver and a happy bowel. This leads to a calmer mind, more peaceful emotions and therefore; better life choices, such as habits and routines.
One of the most death-defying acts a human being can do is to allow the remains of a meal (the fecal material) to remain in contact with the delicate lining of the colon for three or four days at a time. That is exactly what some 99% of Westerners are doing.
Deadly liver diseases are rising across the world every year, with alcohol mostly to blame. The liver will keep your weight healthy and save your life if you look after it so here are my top 5 tips for a healthier liver. Live healthy = healthy liver.
Here I am talking and reminding you about why a high-fibre plant-based diet is so important. Fibre is the critical factor that runs your digestive system. You can mix it up the way that suits you best but always remember; plants = fibre = longevity.
A critical step in transforming your health is to get regular in your bowels. There are 10 simple steps I have learned over the last 30+ years that are a near 100% fool proof guaranteed cure for constipation. Be prepared though as it will require change...
All human health starts in the digestive system. Your digestive system (commonly thought of as the gut) is the single most important thing you have. It takes the food you eat; then cleans, fuels, rebuilds and repairs every part of your body — every system, every cell.
Many people suffer from gluten intolerance, sensitivity, allergy and celiac disease today. This is largely due to long term exposure to a diet based around gluten, salt, sugar and bad fats. Gluten is not such a bad thing but in the amounts we eat, its a problem.
Are you one of those people who says they don’t crave treats through the day, yet can’t survive the day without having at least 2-6 slices of bread? Are you addicted to bread? That yummy, glutenous, stodgy, childhood glue that we all love so much?