Do you suffer from gas or fart like there’s no tomorrow?
Does your tummy bubble and groan, tumble and moan every time you sit down to eat?
Do you pop a Rolaids or Tums after half your meals?
If any of the above apply to you, then you’re one of millions of other human beings who aren’t properly digesting their foods.
If you’ve plagued by digestive problems, today’s your chance to try sequential eating, a technique I learned from the late Dr. Stanley Bass more than twenty years ago.
This sequential eating technique may sound weird, but it works beautifully for a lot of folks.
Here’s what you need to do to eat sequentially
Instead of eating a forkload of beans and then a forkload of potatoes and then a forkload of salmon, eat all of one food first and then go on to the next item on your plate.
For this to work properly, you MUST eat the least dense food first and the most dense last.
For example, say your dinner consists of salad, green beans, boiled red potatoes, and salmon. (We’ll ignore the fact that this is a bad combination and that for best digestion starches and proteins shouldn’t be eaten at the same meal at all.)
To practice sequential eating, you’d eat all of each item in this order:
Eat all the salad.
Eat all the green beans.
Eat all the potatoes.
Eat all the salmon.
If anyone happens to comment on how you’re eating, just tell them your doctor told you to do it and then they’ll leave you alone.
To repeat the key principle:
You MUST eat the least dense food first and the most dense last.
I had one man write and tell me his 50+ year indigestion problems resolved in two days after he started practicing sequential eating.
Try sequential eating. I’m betting your farting days will be a thing of the past.