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Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 02:10

Dr. William Howard Hay, pioneer of the food combining diet, graduated from the University of New York in 1891.  Diagnosed with a host of ailments, including high blood pressure, heart difficulty and Bright’s disease, Dr. Hay decided to treat his conditions with DIET MODIFICATIONS. The various methods he employed became catalysts for a diet revolution and a proactive approach to health.

He discovered that certain food combinations set the stage for health complications, diseases, and weight gain.  He experimented with food combining and noted certain foods supported proper digestion and metabolic function.  His principles were intended to encourage optimum health, and are emerging again as a means to BURN FAT and AIDE WEIGHT LOSS.

Dr. Hay found that proper food combination can help you lose two to three pounds each week.  Learn how to practice this affective weight loss technique – make a request to get our plan. Click on Ask Sarah and post in want Food Combining Diet for 15.95.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 June 2010 11:22