What Foods are Best for Your Nutritional Type?

It may be convenient to grab a bag of chips when your day is so busy you skipped lunch.

But this simple snack may be causing you problems like indigestion in the long run. Skipping meals stresses the digestive system and snack food consumption over a period of time has been known to cause gallbladder symptoms.

 

Today it’s not uncommon for unhealthy foods to be promoted as healthy, even when they’re practically junk food in disguise. Veggie chips that are fried in oil can be full of unhealthy trans fats. And muffins, pastries, packaged food that is labeled “gluten-free” can still be loaded with sugar and other refined carbs.

 

Dr David Katz, a natural healing practitioner, explains how these pseudo-healthy junk foods are actually junk food, and may contribute to gallbladder symptoms.

 

When you eat foods that are lacking in both enzymes and nutrients they are truly “empty calories”. They actually use up more energy and resources than they contribute to your body.

Dr. Marina Rose, a holistic health care practitioner, has helped people with gallbladder symptoms and other challenging health conditions around the city of Mountain View, CA.

 

Choosing nutrient-dense, healthy ‘snacks’ like a handful of nuts, fresh salads or vegetable sticks, is a good alternative to the bag of chips but of course, not as convenient.

 

So how do you know what foods to reach for?

The truth is, there is no simple answer that applies to everyone. If you are the Nutritional Type that does well with protein then beef jerkey might be  great snack. Other Types do better with an apple as a snack, or a piece of cheese.

 

One of the best ways to understand the root cause of your symptoms is to know which foods and nutrients you have trouble digesting and those you are deficient in.

Click here to take Dr. Rose’s Nutritional Profile Quiz and get an overview of what your nutritional imbalances could be. You’ll get your results immediately.

 

Take our Nutrition Profile Quiz!

 

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