Do you really know what to eat?
Updated: Sep 30, 2020
Okay, so you’re probably keen to eat a healthy diet. You probably have been following what I have to say about eating healthy food.
But like most people out there, I’m sure you’ve come across lots of different information about what to eat and what not to eat that is often so contradictory. Considering that this information seems to come from we “experts”, one can’t help but feel lost and sometimes directionless when trying to figure out what the heck to eat.
If you are confused, I don’t blame you. When I decided I wanted to eat right, first I didn’t really know where to start, but then there seemed to be so many different and opposing views. One day the recommendation was to eat lots of meat, the next it was to be a vegan. Some experts say avoid fat, and others say eat lots of fat. Some say drink lots of milk and yet others say avoid milk altogether. And then there are all the diet plans – Keto, Blood Type, Vegan, Mediterranean, Paleo and many others.
So what is the way out of this confusion? It’s not as complicated as you may think
After years, and I mean about five years of studying the scientific literature on food, after reading and trying to understand the reasoning behind the different recommendations, I finally realised that there is some a way out of this confusion and it is simpler than we all think.
I realised that there are seven universal principles, not rules, that make sense are easy to understand and have been used for centuries to great success. These principles not only work but are also backed by science.
I know they work because they first worked on me and have also been equally effective on hundreds of people I have worked with.
It took me years to make sense of all the information, and I wouldn’t like you to have to go through what I went through to figure out this simple information. Now you can learn all this in a much shorter time. I’m excited to inform you that I have written a book that will share these seven principles with you but more importantly will help you learn how to Eat Your Way to Wellness.
The book titled “Eat Your Way to Wellness, Seven Principles for Achieving Your Optimal Health” will be out in a few days, but more excitingly is available right now for you to order.
I believe this book will be a great resource to everyone who finally wants to put an end to the food confusion. It is an easy to read book with lots of inspiring testimonies from people who have followed the principles that will not only guide you on what to eat but will also explain why.
In the book, I make a deliberate effort to guide on what your plate should look like, how often you should eat certain foods, and how to structure your daily meals. I also address the common questions, concerns, and myths behind the different foods we eat including meat, dairy, grains, vegetables, fruit, nuts, alcohol, coffee, oils, sugar, and even go into tips on how to prepare great-tasting healthy meals. And if achieving and maintaining your ideal weight is something you desire, there’s lots for that too.
If your goal is to eat your way to wellness, this book is for you.
So, what are you waiting for, order your copy right now! All books ordered directly from us before 31st October come at a 20% discount. The physical copy will be delivered to you free (only within Kampala) on or before 7th October 2020.
For less than the price of one consultation, get information that I would honestly only be able to deliver in about ten consultations. Click here to order or follow the instructions in the flyer below.
Great news, the book is also available to order as a paperback copy on Amazon as well and in a few weeks it will be available on Kindle version and many local bookstores.
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Wishing you health and wellness
Dr. Paul Kasenene
“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
- Thomas Edison, 1903
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