Many people feel that eating a vegetarian diet is ideal for everyone, and will benefit all of mankind. This is simply not true! The saying ‘One man’s meat is another man’s poison’ is absolutely correct.

We cannot all eat the same foods – it really depends on our METABOLIC TYPE, which is based upon the research of Bill Wolcott – If you haven’t yet read the book, The Metabolic Typing Diet, I would strongly encourage you to do so as it reviews these topics extensively.

If you are already feeling good, eating should, at the very least, help to maintain your energy level. But if you feel worse in some way an hour or so after eating, such as:

You still feel hungry even though you are physically full
You develop a sweet craving
Your energy level drops
You feel hyper, nervous, angry or irritable
You feel depressed
… then it might be due to an improper combination of proteins, fats and carbohydrates at your last meal. You might be eating the perfect foods for your metabolism, but having too much of one type of food in place of another can easily produce the symptoms listed above.

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