“Hey guys I’m really sick of not eating many foods, I think I’m improving but confused if I should add in more foods. I don’t want to go back to 8 diarrhea movements a day. But the diarrhea isn’t totally gone yet either, what do I do?”
The above email is probably the most common type of email we’ve received of the last four years.
The issue with introducing new foods into your diet is that everyone has an opinion on how to do it and when you listen to all of them your brain gets confused.
Which is interesting, because I think it’s a black and white problem.
In today’s information age, there’s a million experts you can read, email, listen to, and watch. And the normal human behavior is to try and understand all the angles and create the best advice for your situation.
Which typically ends up with your thoughts in a tangled mess. Since you’re reinventing the wheel… again.
My suggestion is that you leave the wheel alone and follow along. Because I’m going to show you how to cut out the frustration of knowing when, or if, or how-to try new foods. That way you don’t get stuck eating the same 3 meals each day afraid to move on.
Let’s start with some reasons to introduce some new foods.
How to tell when it’s time to introduce more foods
Over the last four years one of the most common questions we are asked is “When can I introduce new foods?”
And the funny thing is, if you’re at a place where you’re pondering this question… the answer is likely “Right Now”.
After talking with well over 5,000 people via email, comments, facebook and private 1-on-1 consults, we’ve evolving our point of view about introducing new food to make sure you get the best results as fast as possible. [click to continue…]