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What Am I Supposed to Eat?!
There is no question that healthier food choices will work for you. The truth is that following any dietary recommendations – in real life, not on paper – is almost always a challenge.
Most probably, you won’t have the time to go to a library or a bookstore and pick up a few cookbooks to start the new program. Or, simply, you might find compiling the recipes too complicated and, again, time-consuming…
Truth be told, implementing any food recommendations is not easy. Like, it’s not easy to do something advisable. For most of us.
Here’s the great news, though. The answer to your anxious question: “What am I going to eat?!”
This e-cookbook contains more than 260 simple, hypoallergenic and delicious recipes. Guaranteed! Both for beginners and experienced users.
In no time, it can help to get you started on the journey to improved health. You should be able to open it and – just cook. Once you try a few of the recipes, this cookbook will become a part of your kitchen!
The low-grain, low-sugar recipes are divided into 26 sections:
As an alternative cookbook, The Low-Grain, Low-Sugar Delight offers you numerous benefits. With its help you can:
What sets this cookbook apart is that it:
As you can expect, it favors higher than average consumption of dark-green leafy vegetables – the best source of live vitamins and minerals essential to our health.
Here’s the truth about cooking: WHAT you buy – either at the supermarket or at the health food store, and HOW you prepare it makes the real difference. In other words, quality counts. Always and everywhere.
Unfortunately, this utmost secret to our health and wellbeing is still commonly underestimated and unappreciated.
Let’s set you straight about The Low-Grain, Low-Sugar Delight: it does not give you specific menu combinations. Instead, it allows you to create and enjoy your own menus (not to mention, variety).
What it means is that you need to find at least 15 recipes you like. Not a difficult task. Actually, that is all most families use on weekly basis.
As your choices may change in time, do your best to have a variety. Variety is the key here! If you are going to rotate between two or three meals you will simply burn out.
Creating your own manu may seem overwhelming at first and, at times, will feel impossible – but you can do it. Just like anything else – if you put your mind to it. Quite soon you will notice that it is possible to eat right and be independently healthy.
Sitting down once a week to writing a menu will allow you to:
It may take time to find out what exactly will work for your New Healthy, or Healthier You. But it’s worth it. Why? Because everyone is different. Your environment, body chemistry, and psychology. Everybody is unique. It may sound cliché, but it’s true.
Usually, the dietary changes are about lifestyle changes, the different ways of thinking – not only about food but also about physical activity and relationships.
Try, then, to design your meals and eat regularly. This is the best way to avoid getting bored. Mind you, the choices of foods are (still) limited to greater or lesser degree.
And if you find yourself struggling, remember the following reminders to get you through it:
As for the transition from an old diet to the new one, the rule of thumb is not to eat by accident. Another rule is to experiment by trying new recipes and rotating your menus.
If you don’t do this, you may slip back into your previous, more comfortable and most probably less healthy, eating habits that might have contributed to your problems.
Once again, The Low-Grain, Low-Sugar Delight will help you prevent and/or control many health-related issues, such as UTIs – and lose unnecessary weight.
The best part of this is that you will never have to choose between good urinary health and great taste. Guaranteed!
The answer to your question “What am I going to eat?” might be at your fingertips. Just go for it – and experience the difference!
I’ve had UTIs for many years. Finally, a doctor told me to lose weight or change my diet – but not giving me a bit of information like you have on your website.
Doctors aren’t doctors anymore! They don’t explain or even give us pamphlets. That is very irritating. It’s my life they are playing with!
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Covington, Kentucky, USA
I just want to put in my 2 cents.
I have been plagued with UTIs for years. Recently, my blood test showed tendency towards diabetes (I have insulin resistance all my life).
I am also on metformin for blood sugar control, Crestor and Niaspan (prescription time-released niacin). I exercise regularly (aerobics and table tennis). I am not a couch potato.
Finally, I decided to follow closely the recipes of the low-grain, low-sugar cookbook. I cut out wheat products and rice. Occasionally. I’ll eat them, but I feed mostly on yams and squash and nut bread from the cookbook, as well as on veggies.
I lost 10 lbs. since started cooking from the cookbook. Diabetes tendency has been reversed as measured on the blood test. My lipid profile has also improved.
And the last, but not the least, I haven’t had any UTI problems. Knocking on wood!
So, I strongly believe the diet is very, very important in maintaining good health. Unfortunately, doctors don’t tell you what exactly to eat.
But I am glad there is a website and a cookbook that tell us how to eat right.