If you are having regular Bloatedness or regular Indigestion e.g. reflux, or for ladies period pains, or feeling tired a lot of the time, or even getting colds frequently?
These are mostly stress related, but indigestion and Bloatedness, which is a very common complaint is mostly due to improper diet.
Indigestion is usually having too much acidic foods in your diet, like wine, tomatoes, and red meat more than X3 per week.
If this is you, that type of diet is what causes gout down the track, especially if you have a heavy diet of carbohydrates added in.
To moderate your diet include more fish and halve your meat portions and avoid bacon and sausages, which are heavily infused
with preservatives and additives, substances that really slow you down and sap your energy Sausages like salamis for example have no nourishing properties in them and will take energy out of your system to digest. Additionally they give bad skin and perspiration odour.
Start having a breakfast of oats with fruit a few nuts, dinner including tuna, more green salads and 2mins cooking for green vegies. Changing your diet does not happen in a few weeks, a change of diet is a change of lifestyle. So to begin with you really need to decide if you’ve had enough of being always tired or run down; are you? If so then the first thing you need is to get rid of all the foods in your cupboard that you know you binge on and cause you this uneasy and tired or bloated feeling.
Then take a look in the mirror and look yourself over and see what you would like to add to give yourself a lift. What would be the very thing that you feel would give you a kick start? Usually when we chat with friends it will slip out and we generally admit…. “oh I really need to do…or I used to feel better when….or when I played sport I used to feel alive…”
So now stop and consider what is it that will give you that renewal that can start you off to get enthusiastic to start a new program to feel better about yourself or your new diet?
Its important to remember that a new diet usually has more to do with what to eliminate out of your eating habits first, rather than having to change a lot. So instead of choosing the “bad thing” on the supermarket shelf, look more at what fruit and vegetables you may like to include more of into your diet. Decide to have an orange to start your day with rather that coffee. Have coffee when you arrive at work for example…
It’s the little things that will make a world of difference to you; because you’re starting with a new outlook on diet, the possibility is that it will not last and you will tell yourself that it just didn‘t work. This is called a sabotage pattern so be conscious not to let yourself down by taking on too much initially.
Its therefore important to start slowly by adding to, and slowly subtracting from your daily diet that which you would like to make a difference to you and your life, that will add energy rather that take it away. You will notice the changes yourself and they will surprise you, because what is surprising usually almost immediately is you will being to feel lighter and less burdened… Try it…