A “Mono Meal” is simply when you only eat 1 type of food in a meal and you don’t do any kind of food combining. Below
are some common examples of mono eating…
- Eating nothing but watermelon for breakfast.
- Eating nothing but apples for lunch.
- Eating nothing but mangos for dinner.
- Eating nothing but dates for a whole day.
- Eating nothing but bananas for a whole week.
IT’S THE EASIEST MEALS TO DIGEST
Even some of the most basic foods that people eat involve some pretty crazy food combinations that result in digestive
problems later on. To make a typical loaf of Bread for example you combine things like Eggs, Milk, Butter, Flour, Sugar,
Salt and Yeast, and when all of these foods combine they become a glue like substance that will clog up your stomach.
(Don’t forget that the word “Gluten” is Latin for “Glue”.)
If you make a simple sandwich using bread, bologna, cheese, and mayonnaise you may think that you are eating something that only has a few ingredients in it, but if you sit down and actually read the ingredient list of each of these
ingredients you may be surprised to find that there are actually close to 100 ingredients in that “simple sandwich”.
It’s absurd that people consider foods like pizza healthy simply because they contains all 4 food groups, as if it’s good
for you to combine dairy, meat, grains, and fruits/vegetables in the same meal.
The next time you feel tempted to eat something that contains a lot of random ingredients just imagine how much easier
it would be on your digestive system if you simply ate a bowl of grapes instead. from the sixstepstobetterhealth.com