The Inside Out Diet

ImageHave a gut feeling you are not cut out for one of these fad diets?

Why not try an innovative approach to good digestive health?

As opposed to other diets where the goal is to lose extra pounds, the Inside Out Diet works to achieve good digestion, the foundation of good wellness and health. The Inside Out Diet was invented by Dr. Anthony Leeds, a medical doctor, renowned dietitian Fiona Hunter and expert in fitness Nicki Waterman.

Together these three experts created the Inside Out Diet to help people repair the damage done by lack of activity, poor diet, stress, smoking, dehydration and sleep deprivation. In addition to reversing digestive issues, it also stops digestion problems from happening in the first place.

Following the Inside Out Diet has a major pay-off that ends with more energy, proper immune responses, better mood, along with the reduction of the risk of heart diseases, stroke, cancer, high blood pressure, and diabetes.

Of course, lots of people who follow the Inside out Diet will experience weight loss as an extra bonus. Although the program can be used as the daily regimen, it is ideal for people who plan on taking a vacation where the food is different, are under a great deal of stress or have just finished taking antibiotics. All of these situations can disrupt the overall process of digestion, which is where the Inside Out Diet comes into play.

ImageBy achieving the correct balance of good bacteria and bad bacteria in the large intestine, it would be possible to keep the digestive system in check.

The Inside Out Diet has five portions of foods and vegetables, a daily probiotic drink which helps to add the levels of good bacteria in the stomach, three servings of whole grains, prebiotic foods including onions, leeks and more, few processed carbohydrates and relatively small amounts of saturated fats. Yet, it is rich in unsaturated fats such as avocados, nuts, a and olive oil.

Probiotics are useful in managing the number of harmful bacteria in the gut. Prebiotics are foods that promote the growth of beneficial bacteria. Soluble and insoluble fiber found in fruits, vegetables and whole grains stop constipation and also reduce blood cholesterol and help keep blood glucose levels on even keel. The Inside Out diet utilizes all of the above to achieve the healthiest digestion possible.

Along with a digestion-friendly meal plan, the Inside Out Diet offers an easy fitness regimen that includes a walking routine, along with basic stretching exercises that promote good digestion.

The lifestyle component of the diet places an emphasis on habits that reduce stress and encourage good sleeping patterns, all of which end in better digestion.