Is Food Combining A Myth?

If you’re having leafy greens, add some fennel in there to balance out the fiber. Even better, think of what you could put into a dressing to balance out the fiber intake. For example, fennel, hemp seeds, a lemon squeeze, some basil and a little date combined to make a dressing would be optimal for digestion over leafy greens and lots of raw vegetables.
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5 Ways to Make Raw Vegan Work On a Budget

Now you might think this is going to cost you a lot of money. This might even be a barrier for you transitioning. So I’m here to tell you that it can be done. I did it myself. I don’t come from a background with a lot of money. I brought up two kids. Money doesn’t grow on trees where I can from. Let me tell you, I can do this on an average of $60/week. You can do this on a budget.

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Eight Different Food Types You Should Never Mix

When food combining, there are eight different food types you need to account for. These are: 

  • Greens 🥬 - arugula, Swiss chard, kale, spinach...
  • Sweet fruits 🍌 - bananas, dates, papaya, fig...
  • Sub-acid fruits 🥝 - apples, blueberries, grapes, peaches...
  • Acid fruits 🍊 - cranberry, grapefruit, oranges, pineapples...
  • Fats 🥑 - avocado, olives, coconut
  • Veggies & non-sweet fruits 🥒 - capsicum, cucumber, tomatoes, squash, aubergine
  • Melons 🍈 - cantaloupe, watermelon...
  • Liquids 💧
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