Learn how to identify truly healthy foods, and look and feel your best, by taking into account six individual factors.
Most diet books today focus on a one-size-fits-all approach to food selection. In Foods that Fit a Unique You, authors W. Lee Cowden, MD and Connie Strasheim prove that no two people have the same biochemistry and needs, and that one-size-fit-all food plans are therefore inadequate for determining what you need to eat for optimal health, fitness and weight maintenance. In Foods that Fit a Unique You, the authors teach you how to identify truly healthy foods, and look and feel your best, by taking into account six individual factors, including: body pH, food allergies, metabolic type, gastrointestinal function, and your current health condition. In Foods that Fit a Unique You, the authors provide general guidelines on how to identify and choose healthy foods, and then teach you how to find the foods that will best fit your unique body, based on the above factors. They then show you how to avoid food allergens, optimize your digestion and heal your gastrointestinal tract, so that you can get the most out of your meals.