Got gas and bloating? Learn how to figure out what is causing it and how to adjust your diet to be gas and bloat free!
I don’t think the rules of food combining work for everyone. For myself, I don’t follow them because I find it to be quite detrimental on my blood sugar and energy levels. Depending where someone is at on their health journey, what their diet is currently like, and their health history, food combining can work for some, and not work for others. Here’s my opinion!
Beans, legumes, and pulses can be calorie dense and not always easy to digest– here’s a few tips how to keep these nutrient packed foods in your diet without it affecting your weight and making it easier to digest.
Last week I did a video giving suggestions for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). Someone posted a question about my opinion of psyllium husk powder. Many doctors and natural health care practitioners recommend psyllium husk powder as a fiber supplement for those that have IBS, chronic constipation or diarrhea, which in my opinion may or may not help! In today’s video I go over this, plus give some suggestions for those that want to try a fiber supplement, whether it be psyllium husk powder or something else like chia seeds or freshly ground flax seed powder, I talk about what is available and how to take it.
I’ve received quite a few emails from people asking me about Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and bloating, and what to take out their diet. I’ve also received quite a few questions about Food Combining and why it isn’t helping people with IBS. Today I go over what else someone can try and do with their diet to heal their digestive system and get rid of the symptoms that come with irritable bowel syndrome and get it under control.