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Should I follow a food combining diet?

Many diets that claim to be food combining actually focus more on food separating, by restricting eating specific foods at certain times and forbidding the mixture of certain foods. The diets claim that our digestive systems can’t handle a mixture of nutrients, and if we mix foods, we store more fat. There is absolutely so science to support this theory. In fact, your digestive system is so sophisticated and specialized, that it not only has a specific enzyme for carbohydrates, for example, but several for specific types of carbohydrates. Your digestive system will not get “confused” when you eat a multi-nutrient meal; it will thank you for delivering nutrient rich foods.

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