Food Combining Bible
This comprehensive guide to food combining and the Hay diet also contains menu plans and recipes. The enzymes of the human digestive system are subject to certain restrictions. If we eat in such a way as to cause these limitations to be exceeded, we suffer digestive problems. This colour book makes food combining simple. It explains food combining - what it is and why it works - as well as providing a range of appropriate recipes. It also includes information about nutrition and how our digestive system works.
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