Senin, 23 November 2009

Knowing these tips for combining your foods properly matters.

Since most modern day dietetic innovations avoid correct principles for combining foods properly, they tend to do the exact opposite of what nature originally intended eating for health should be.

Ease of digestion seems to no longer be the goal these days in making up meals, but rather the excitement of the senses in one meal and like most modern meals today which have no proper food combining inclinations, instead of feeding the body, they actually poison it.

Friends, bad food combining creates indigestion, fermentation and gas. Food is fermenting and putrefying in the intestines, which is one of the main causes of constipation, a clogging up of the bodily tissues.

Some foods may take longer to digest than others and therefore should not be eaten at the same time as ones that would leave the stomach quicker.

Truthfully, eating only one kind of food (fruit or vegetable) at a time would be the most ideal, but granted, we live in a society where success at certain things might hinge on enjoyment of the practice.

Nonetheless, if this is the route that one may have to take to succeed on this diet, then proper food combining principles should be used to ensure success.

Foods (when eating for health) can be classified as follows.


1. Sweet Fruits: Tropical fruits, Bananas, Mangoes, Papaya, Dates, Dried fruits, Sweet apples.

2. Acid Fruit: Citrus, Lemon, Tomatoes, Berries, Pineapples.

3. Sub-Acid Fruit: Most tart apples, Pears, Grapes,

4. Melons: Cantaloupe, Honey-Dew, Water Melon etc 5. Fatty: Avocadoes, Olives, Durian, Young coconuts

-Nuts and Seeds-

Non-Starchy Foods-

Green leaves, Carrots, Fruit Vegetables e.g. Cucumber, Bell Peppers, Zucchini

Starchy Foods- Cooked Vegetables (roots), Grains (if necessary)

Lettuce and Celery:

At this point, let's go over the principles of mixing these items properly.

1. Eat sweet fruits with other varieties of sweet fruits only. They may combine with sub-acid fruits

2. Eat Acid fruits alone or with Lettuce and Celery. In little quantities they may combine with Avocadoes or Nuts and Non-Starchy vegetables.

3. Avocadoes and Olives are best eaten with non-starchy vegetables. I believe mashed, avocadoes combine great with boiled potatoes.

4. Melons, as a rule eat alone or leave alone.

As touched on earlier, it might be safe to say that one kind of fresh organic fruit, when in season, should constitute a meal and you will find yourself better nourished.

However going back to that simplicity is very difficult in our complicated world. This is why, as an alternative, you should apply the guidelines above when eating for health.

Eating should be for nourishing, not for doing the opposite so it is my hope that these tips offered above will be of immense help to you in making sure you are accomplishing just that.

To Health

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