This is such a HUGE topic.
You should be able to find help here on what exactly IS a healthy diet (see the free Wellbeing diet below), what the worst foods are for belly fat, whether raw food diets are a good idea and why wheat and dairy are most definitely NOT your friends.
First things first, if you want to know what I consider a healthy diet, sign up for the newsletter (top left) and download your free Wellbeing Report which includes the Wellbeing Diet.
Then, for more help, here are the two best sellers for you. Check the Books section for more titles.
This is my 87 page healthy eating recipe book, packed full of all the hints and tips I give to patients every day.
It focuses particularly on organic gluten and wheat free, dairy free, blood sugar balancing eating, which I have found, for many people, quickly sorts out a lot of health problems like mood swings, bloating and bowel complaints.
You can follow the allergy side of it or just follow the healthy eating guidelines. Includes menu plans, larder lists, loads of tips, recipes etc.
The Belly Fat Plan is quite simply the best approach we found to weight loss in over a decade in-clinic.
First, it removes the common allergens that cause bloating, water retention and 'intolerance' weight gain; what I term the 'stuffed cushion' look - a layer of fat which is actually water and swelling resulting from a sensitivity reaction you don't know you're having. It is really common, yet no-one knows..
Second, it encourages a blood-sugar, insulin-balancing, adrenal-supportive type diet which is higher protein and lower carb. It's the excess insulin that causes the gain particularly around the belly.
It's also really useful for those needing a gluten and dairy free diet - it will be the same diet when I write it up as that so ignore it if you need that bit, but not weight loss. It works for both. The weight balances because you are eating healthily so people lose if they need to and don't if they don't, if you see what I mean.
Finally, do check the Food page in the Suppliers section for my fave companies.
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