12 Essential Guidelines For Eating A Plant-Perfect Diet, by Ann Esselstyn, is an excellent read for anyone new to the plant based lifestyle and for those of us who have been living it for years. At Seattle hypnosis, Bainbridge hypnosis and now with the Hypnosis Health Info Internet Office you too can learn hypnosis for lifestyle change. With self hypnosis it can be easy for you to have a large amount of no desire for the foods that make you fat and sick and can be easy for you to create a healthy desire for plant based foods.
12 Essential Guidelines For
Eating A Plant-Perfect Diet
Ann Crile Esselstyn, September 3, 2014: So many years ago when my husband, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, published research that showed the power of plant-based, no-oil nutrition to arrest and reverse heart disease, I became the cook and our children the recipients of a plant-based diet. We want to share with you some of the things we have learned along the way and most specifically what we recommend for those with heart disease or type 2 diabetes or for anyone who wants to lose weight.
Here’s our 12-step plan for plant-perfect eating.
- Eat no meat, pork, fish, fowl.
- Consume no dairy products.
- Eliminate oil!
- Eat whole-grain oats.
- Eat whole grains.
- Eat greens, especially leafy greens, as well as all the symphony of rainbow-colored vegetables.
- Eat beans and lentils!
- Avoid sugar as much as possible.
- Avoid salt as much as possible.
- Steer clear of nuts, avocado, and coconut.
- Drink water!
- Read food labels, especially the ingredients.
Read 12 Essential Guidelines For Eating A Plant-Perfect Diet
When you learn hypnosis for lifestyle change you discover that whole grains, fresh veggies and fruit are tasty and make you feel good. With self hypnosis you can take back your power – the power you gave away to food, people, work, life, events and circumstances.
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