Avoid foods that do not sit well with you – not because Google said it was bad.
Nothing is bad – too many calories of something is bad.
I’ve had clients firmly believe that bread makes them fat.
After a week of following my program, eating bread, and tracking their food – they lose weight!
They ate within their macros and calories.
Let me ask you this…
If carbs were so bad and not important, why is it alongside other important macronutrients like protein and fat?
Here’s the deal, if you get bloated after eating bread or dairy, then you could have low gut bacteria.
Did you know you have over 100 trillion good and bad bacteria – living inside your digestive system?
They are responsible for protecting your gut against intestinal infections.
And they help metabolise nutrients from foods you eat.
They also help you make blood-clotting proteins by producing vitamin K.
So, if you look after them, they will look after you.
2500 years ago, Hippocrates once said, “All disease begins in the gut.”
Your body is either fighting or feeding diseases every time you eat or drink.
So, if you are allergic to certain foods – dig deeper and find the root cause.
Your body is much like a car.
And as it gets older, things begin to break down. If you don’t look after it, it will break down faster.
But, if you service your car often and stay on top of it, it’ll last longer.
Your body is no different.
From experience, clients who bloat or have food intolerance generally have gut issues.
But, if you were born with health issues – then it’s a different story.
And if you’ve never had health issues in your entire life, but now do – then something has changed and you need to find out why.