9 Foods Holding You Back From Health & Weight Loss!

Ageless Woman Living Podcast

FOOD-CHOICES-800-518x394Food sensitivities are more common than most women realize. Symptoms like inability to shed weight, digestive issues, low energy, and  mental fogginess are just a few of the negative consequences of eating foods that your body does not process well.

If you eliminate these foods strategically and  test your body – you can gain some powerful insights into what eating plan will give you the best health, weight loss, and vitality for life.

Here are the 9 key foods you need to evaluate below. Listen to the podcast to better understand the negative symptoms to watch for and why these  particular foods can be troublesome to many women.

1. Dairy
2. Nuts & Peanuts
3. Legumes (beans)
4. Rice
5. Quinoa
6. Oats
7. Corn
8. Sugar
9. Wheat

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Use this program to strategically evaluate your food sensitivities
Common sensitivity symptoms for many of these foods include:

Stomach upset, gas, bloating, cramps, constipation, fatigue, lethargy, moodiness, depression, headaches, skin rash or dryness, congestion or post nasal drip, weight gain and even joint aches & pains.

Sugar and Wheat are what we call the “Deadly Duo”. Why is sugar  so harmful? Too much sugar promotes disease and inflammation. It can lead to organ malfunction and hormone disruption. When these systems are disturbed and unbalanced, several other pathological conditions manifest such as:

• allergies
• arthritis
• behavioral problems
• degenerative/organ disease
• depression
• diabetes
• immune disruption
• migraines
• mental illness
• obesity
• tooth decay

NOTE: If you are sick several times throughout the year, you may want to look at your sugar consumption because sugar consumption depresses your body’s immunity.

Natural Sweeteners:

• Use natural sweeteners like SweetLeaf SteviaMonk Fruit Sweetener or Nu Naturals Lo Han Supreme Liquid

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