Stomach Pain After Eating Help & Advice
This is the second of two posts covering food combing and how and why it works to cure any digestive discomfort and stomach pain after eating which you may currently be suffering from.
We learnt in the last post that if you eat a meal which consists of foods that require both alkaline and acid digestive enzymes then in effect you’re neutralizing your digestive system. And in doing so you’ll slow your digestive process down to almost a complete stop.
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But food combining is easy and simple because is categorizes all foods into 3 basic types:
Food Type A – These are relatively neutral and will pass through your system with little or no digestive enzymes required to break them down.
Food Type B – These require alkaline digestive enzymes to break them down. The process starts in the mouth, continues in the stomach and through into the small intestine.
Food Type C – These require pretty powerful acids to break them down. Hydrochloric acid and pepsin are the acid enzymes and break these food types down in the stomach.
By using the simple to follow food combining method you can get your digestive system running like clockwork again.
You can still eat any type of food you wish either alone, or in compatible combinations so you can enjoy what you’re eating without any pain or discomfort or that horrible feeling of suddenly having to run to the washroom for that imminent bowel movement.
And the food combining rules couldn’t really be simpler:
Type A + Type B Foods = Okay
Type A + Type C Foods = Okay
Type B + Type C Foods = PAIN
And there you have it – it’s hardly rocket science is it? This is honestly all you have to remember.
You can still eat all three A, B, and C types of food (including fresh fruit!), only not all at the same sitting. Pretty easy, right? This way you don’t eliminate any food group, but merely adjust the intake!
That means no deprivation, no ‘bland food only’ restrictions, and absolutely none of those depressing situations in which you’re eating a plateful of mashed carrots while everyone else is enjoying a feast fit for a King.
It’s a safe, healthy solution to your digestive misery and stomach pain after eating and it couldn’t be simpler.