This chart is a visual tool to master the art of food combining on The Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D). This chart lists all the foods allowed on stage 1 of the B.E.D. protocol for those overcoming a yeast, bacterial, or viral issue and want to support strong digestion.
This chart is especially helpful for anyone with digestive issues (gas, bloating, constipation) and measures 11″ x 17″ …. fits on the side of most refrigerators.
This chart can help with:
- Balancing inner ecosystem
- Group B Strep+
- Yeast/Bacterial overgrowth
- Digestive disorders
- Weight gain
- Anyone on GAPS or Body Ecology Diet
Order online here.
I totally want to memorize your chart; amazing you made this for your clients – Wow! This is going to help me so much. Thank you Tara. ~ BC, Orlando, FL
I created this chart while healing my systemic yeast overgrowth with B.E.D. I right away noticed that the food helped me feel better AND the ways in which I ‘combined’ them helped even more! I couldn’t believe how quickly my issues improved by food combining at every meal. I went from being bloated and looking 4 months pregnant to having a flat, toned belly without embarrassing gas.
As a nutritionist, I puzzled over why I hadn’t learned about food combining sooner – here I was in my mid-30’s and had studied the world of nutrition for years. Why weren’t people talking about this when it helped so much? Many people come to me for support for ongoing digestive discomfort and have tried every remedy under the sun. For this reason, I was motivated to make this chart.
I ordered all the books and charts I could find on the topic of food combining and studied the underlying theory. I decided to make a chart specifically for people on The Body Ecology Diet; one that listed the foods allowed on stage 1 and beyond. A chart that clearly outlined how to combine them and one that kids could follow. With my husband’s help, I created a chart you can order here.
I highly recommend this chart, especially if you feel daunted about the idea of food combining. The chart makes it a no-brainer and doable, though it still takes thought to actually do it. ~ P.F. Chicago, IL