Susan Lark, M.D.’s
“Three Simple Steps to Thin” will help you...
Lose extra pounds safely-once and for all
STEP ONE: Flush false fat by banishing wheat. One of the most common food allergens and a major cause of false fat in many women is wheat. Wheat contains a protein called gluten, which is difficult to break down, absorb and assimilate... all of which can trigger fatigue, depression, bloating and intestinal gas.
The good news is it’s now easier than ever to steer clear of bloat-inducing wheat. This week, try substituting breads made with rice, millet, amaranth, quinoa, or soy and oat; crackers made with rice or potatoes; pasta made with rice, quinoa, or buckwheat; and cookies made with rice, oat or millet flour. You’ll find plenty of delicious options in your health food store or healthy aisle of your supermarket.
You may find with this one simple step, you can digest your food properly, rather than letting it sit in your gut and wreak havoc with your digestive process and waistline!
Think about this. You didn’t diet. You didn’t run a marathon or punish yourself with hours of boring exercise. You never went hungry. You simply eliminated one food that can trigger inflammation and pack on false fat. And with this easy step, you're well on your way to shedding those unwanted pounds.
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