Do you eat a big breakfast and feel full before you've even had lunch? Do you develop an all-you-can-eat mentality after a few bites of starches, snack foods, junk foods or sweets? Do you feel unsatisfied despite the fact you have just polished off an entire meal?
Food combining is a principle which suggests that when certain foods are eaten together it makes for better digestion. In contrast, when other foods are consumed in tandem it makes for a lethal combination that's detrimental to the digestive process. There are a host of diets that integrate food combining --... Read More
The New Beverly Hills Diet has nothing to do with the ritzy California community or the popular TV cult classic. In actuality, it is a weight-loss plan based on food combining principles. The program maintains that it is when you eat and what you consume together that decides if you lose weight or stay fat.... Read More
Eat great, lose weight.
This is not only Suzanne Somers' motto, it is the title of one of her many books that preach the Somersizing philosophy. With Eat Great, Lose Weight, dieters focus on making the right food combinations, a running theme throughout many of her books.
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The sheer amount of dos and don'ts when it comes to weight loss is mind-boggling. How can you keep it all straight? When to eat, when NOT to eat, cut out certain food groups, eat low-fat, eat more fats...no wonder it's so hard to stick with a healthy eating plan. Magazines aren't helpful - each promises weight loss with new rules and claims.
Debunk the most common myths now. Many of us could... Read More