By Susan Howard
Recently I was talking to a new client and she said, “I know salad is good for me, but every time I eat it, I get a huge stomach ache.”
“Well, it seems, salad isn’t good for you.”
Nothing is right for everyone. Yes, fruits and veggies are generally good for fiber and nutrients, but if you have major stomach cramps after eating something you have to think about whether it’s a match for your system or not.
“Try warm vegetables instead of raw salad,” I suggested.
Healthy fats, lean proteins, vegan, carb free diets are all fine for some of you. If you find yourself bloated or tired after a meal you need to question that.
Some of the mean intruders are the acid levels of citrus foods, coffee, and raw vegetables.
Other people have issues with diary or gluten. Be mindful, take care of yourself.
You are you, honor that. You deserve to feel good in your body.