Food is the highlight of the holidays for most people. Who doesn’t love a traditional holiday dinner?
Unfortunately, sometimes we like the way a food tastes, but not the way it makes us feel. No one looks forward to bloating, fatigue, heaviness and gas, which are just some of the possible consequences of bad food combinations. Others include stomach ache, nausea, problems with elimination, bad breath, dry skin, rashes, chronic inflammation, poor sleep, low energy, chronic digestion issues, and weight gain.
This doesn't mean that you can’t enjoy holiday foods! To avoid health consequences and maintain high energy throughout the holidays, be strategic about combining (or not combining) certain foods in one meal. You can still enjoy them over the course of the holiday season ... just not together!
Most people feel a surge of energy and naturally lose weight once they start following several simple food combining rules. It makes sense, because as the digestive system heals itself and becomes more efficient, nutrient absorption becomes better and less toxins are created.