Dr. Alejandro Jungers Clean Gut Energy & Food Dumping Rules On Dr. Oz
Dr. Oz invited Dr. Alejandro Junger (author of the book Clean Gut) on to the show to talk about how the culprit behind many people’s lack of energy may be because of the health of their gut and how good bacteria can help to promote a healthy intestinal flora so you can absorb nutrients better and give you an energy boost. During the prior segment Dr. Oz and Dr. Alejandro Junger talk about a prebiotic shake to help feed the good bacteria in your stomach to cleanse your good and give you some much needed energy and improved overall health.
Food Dumping Rules & Which Foods Should Be Eaten Together
What is food dumping? Dr. Junger said that there are certain foods that are not meant to be eaten together. Here are the “food dumping” rules that you should follow while you are on the 3 day jump start cleanse :
Food Dumping Rule #1 – Combine your vegetables with grains, animal proteins, or beans (choose one). He said that you shouldn’t mix animal proteins, beans and grains during the same meal because your digestion will slow down because they will be competing for the same enzymes.
Food Dumping Rule #2 – Take an enzyme supplement before your meals to help with digestion
Food Dumping Rule #3 – Avoid dairy, gluten, sugar, alcohol, and caffeine.
3 Day Jump Start Energy Cleanse Success Stories From Women On Dr. Oz
Dr. Oz invited three women to give the 3 Day Jump Start Cleanse a try and all three had positive experiences. They each said that the 3 day program for increased energy is very easy to follow. One woman said that her sleep improved while another woman said her skin cleared up and headaches she used to have went away. Another woman said her rheumatoid arthritis symptoms improved and is no longer taking any medications to treat her condition!
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