Food Combining: The Secret to Better Digestion

Food Combining: The Secret to Better Digestion

Food Combining: The secret to Better Digestion


Hiya Gorgeous! 

Have you ever thought that your problems with digestion can be related to proper food combining?

So, careful food combining is very important to improve digestion and heal the body.

Even if your diet is all raw and living foods you will still benefit with properly combined, nutrient-dense whole plant foods.

The food combining diet is based on the theory that different food groups are digested optimally when eaten in proper combinations. Because, easy digestible food is absorbed quickly and its waste eliminated more efficiently.  

Food Combining Rules


Eat 80 percent alkaline-forming foods and 20 percent acid-forming foods.

Eat animal protein on its own or with vegetables

 Proteins (animal foods) and carbohydrates (starches) are never combined.  Leafy greens may be combined with any protein, carbohydrate, or fat.

 Eat fruit on an empty stomach at least 30 minutes before eating other foods.

Don't mix acid fruits with sweet fruits

 Combine leafy greens with any protein, carbohydrate, or fat.

Eat fruits and vegetables at different meals

 Don't drink liquids with or immediately after a meal.

 Never combine animal foods with carbohydrates (starches)

Eat only ripe fruit for easy digestion

 Finally, eat melons alone

Food Combining Chart (6)
Food Combining Chart

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High Starch and Grains

Especially bread, cereal, corn, crackers, muffins, pancakes and pasta. Also, popcorn, potatoes, pumpkin, rice, waffles, wheat, wheat products and yams.


Non-Starch Vegetables are:

Especially, artichoke, asparagus, bell peppers, beets, bok choy, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower and celery. Also, chard, cucumber, dandelion, eggplant, garlic, green beans, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, lettuce and mushrooms. Furthermore, okra, onion, parsley, pears, radishes, radicchio, spinach, sprouts, squash (except banana), turnip, watercress and zucchini.   Last but not least, food combining can help you lose weight, improve health and immunity.  

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