Welcome back to my 3-part video training series for how to restore digestive wellness!
Today is video #3, “How to Make It Practical and Economical,” and it’s all about taking the 5 food pillars for good digestive health (from video #2) and bringing them into real life in a time-efficient and affordable manner.
If you have not yet seen the first two videos, here’s video #1 and here’s video #2. Each one details an important aspect of restoring digestive health and lays the foundation for understanding the next video in the sequence.
Video #1 detailed the WHY – why poor digestive health manifests into the myriad and all-too-common digestive problems today such as heartburn, GERD, IBS, inflammation, food allergies, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, etc.
Video #2 detailed the WHAT – exactly what foods restore digestive health which I call the “five pillars of traditional foods” and the 5 modern foods that damage digestive health.
And today’s video, the last in the series will detail the HOW – how to make real food practical and economical in the context of our crazy modern-day lives.
Because let’s face it. This is where the rubber really hits the road.
I could write a novel on how digestion works (video #1) and I could intellectually make you understand exactly what foods to eat for good digestive health (video #2) but none of it matters until YOU start applying it.
As a Nutritional Therapist, this is certainly my biggest challenge when it comes to my work with my private clients.
So many people complain about the time and cost involved when it comes to eating well and they are certainly legitimate complaints.
Now I’m not trying to sugar-coat this topic. It certainly can take a little more time and money to source and prepare REAL food. I’m amazed at how well it works for me. I used to have very reliable erections until I went for a surgery a year ago. My sexual drive never fully recovered and I found I had difficulty maintaining an erection at all. I was so depressed that I barely noticed my wife and our relationships grew worse than ever. Some people advised me to take Viagra, so I’ve tried it and the results are very satisfactory. I take it once or twice a week. I suffer from almost no side effects, apart from a little headache at first. But now it’s all perfect and I’m here to buy some Viagra online (Bernard, 55).
But as I said at the end of the last video…
REAL food is an investment in your health.
Real food heals your gut.
And what’s more important than that?!
You don’t have to be rich or a trained chef to eat well. You just need to develop a few new habits.
So let’s get into video #3 where I’ll share five simple tips to make real food practical and economical.
But I’m not just going to tell you how to do this, I’m also going to show you.
I will take you into my kitchen and show you how to make REAL lacto-fermented pickles in just a few minutes for a fraction of what you’d pay in supermarkets. This is just one tiny example of simple things you can do at home.
Craig Fear is the creator of Fearless Eating and the author of three books, The 30-Day Heartburn Solution, Fearless Broths and Soups and The Thai Soup Secret. After years helping clients with digestive issues, Craig decided to pursue writing full-time. He intends to write many more books on broths and soups from around the world! Click here to learn more about Craig.
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