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The sleep, weight, and pain connection

Medical News Today writes, “When people don’t get enough sleep they tend to eat more, causing them to gain weight. This was the conclusion of a new study led by University of Colorado Boulder in the US that was published online this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.”(1)

We all know the importance of sleep on our overall health, including our ability to heal. We don’t know about you, but when we miss a night’s sleep for whatever reason, it is very difficult to function at an optimal level the next day. But for some people, lack of good sleep is a chronic problem. They have been plagued with bad sleep for years and struggle with it day after day.

The sleep-weight connection:

lose-weight-through-beauty-sleepIn this study, 16 adults were monitored in an in-patient setting over 14-15 days. They measured the effects of five days of insufficient sleep, which they were using as the equivalent to a work week, on energy expenditure and energy intake compared with adequate sleep. Their results revealed that lack of sufficient sleep increased the study participants’ total daily energy expenditure by about five percent, however, the participants’ energy intake—”especially at night after dinner—was in excess of energy needed to maintain energy balance.” In other words, they ate too much!

“Insufficient sleep led to 0.82 ± 0.47 kg (±SD) weight gain despite changes in hunger and satiety hormones ghrelin and leptin, and peptide YY, which signaled excess energy stores. Insufficient sleep delayed circadian melatonin phase and also led to an earlier circadian phase of wake time. Sex differences showed women, not men, maintained weight during adequate sleep, whereas insufficient sleep reduced dietary restraint and led to weight gain in women. Our findings suggest that increased food intake during insufficient sleep is a physiological adaptation to provide energy needed to sustain additional wakefulness; yet when food is easily accessible, intake surpasses that needed. We also found that transitioning from an insufficient to adequate/recovery sleep schedule decreased energy intake, especially of fats and carbohydrates, and led to −0.03 ± 0.50 kg weight loss. These findings provide evidence that sleep plays a key role in energy metabolism. Importantly, they demonstrate physiological and behavioral mechanisms by which insufficient sleep may contribute to overweight and obesity.”

The role of diet and sleep:

From a Hauser Diet perspective, we find that consuming the diet best for your individual physiology not only makes you feel better and normalize your weight, it helps you sleep better. Eating the wrong foods for dinner or as a snack may actually lead to insomnia. For example, in patients whose blood tests reveal fast oxidative rates (or hypoglycemia tendencies), eating a meal or snack high in simple carbohydrates may cause the patient to fall asleep rapidly but awaken after only a few hours of sleep. To put it in practical terms, those Hauser Diet Types such as the Lion and Otters, need to consume protein and fat containing meals; thus, for example, if a Lion/Otter patient consumes a meal that includes pasta, bread, wine, and dessert, most likely he will wake up during the middle of the night and feel ravenous and unable to get back to sleep. What we recommend for those with this type of physiology is to consume a protein containing dinner, as well as a snack before bedtime that includes protein.

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Examples of protein containing snacks:

Nuts, nut butter, soy milk, sliced organic meat, protein bar, protein powder-drink, eggs, beef jerky

 

 

Examples of carbohydrate containing snacks:

popcorn, chips, sweets, soda, ice cream, fruit

 

What happens to the body with consistently poor sleep?coffeeSleep.ProteinDiet

From this study, we can see that weight gain is something that often results from poor sleep. In addition, we know that getting into the deep stages of sleep is essential for the body to be able to repair itself. During deep sleep, the body makes hormones needed for healing and restoration. If your body never gets into those phases, then regeneration and healing will not occur. What does this mean? Typically – chronic pain. This can also lead to all sorts of other problems, including dependence on medications such as pain pills and sleep aids. Relationships, ability to work, and ability to perform daily activities and/or workouts may also suffer. With chronic sleep deprivation comes chronic disease. Good sleep is vital to one’s health.

 

Get help for your sleep problem

If you are suffering from poor sleep, you may be eating the wrong foods. To better figure out your Hauser Diet Type, take the online quiz at www.hauserdiet.com or better yet, pick up a copy of the Hauser Diet: A Fresh Look At Healthy Living at Amazon.com or Benuts.com for much more information. If your chronic pain is a result of a musculoskeletal problem, then Prolotherapy from one of our skilled practitioners here at Caring Medical may be what you need. Either way, do not suffer in silence.

 

Markwald, R. et al. Impact of insufficient sleep on total daily energy expenditure, food intake, and weight gain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  0.1073/pnas.1216951110. Feb. 2013.

Shoulder Pain, SLAP Lesions and Diet: All part of Comprehensive Prolotherapy

“Yes, the Prolotherapy worked wonders. . . And incorporating the diet seemed to be the final key.”  

Read how Prolotherapy combined with the right Hauser Diet helped a mixed martial artist with a labral tear heal his shoulder.

hauser.weightliftinginjuryAndy came to Caring Medical after suffering a non-healing shoulder injury from boxing. At 34 years of age, and a mixed martial artist since he youth, he told us that he was no longer able to train or compete due to the severity of his shoulder injury. Physical therapy for a few months only produced mild improvement. He was still left with intense shoulder pain with nearly every arm motion.

Patient told Surgery was the only option for his SLAP Lesion shoulder injury:

Prior to finding Caring Medical and Dr. Hauser, Andy visited a sports medicine physician and was given the diagnosis of Superior Labral Anterior and Posterior (SLAP) tear. Orthopedic surgical repair was his only option according to this doctor. A labral tear affects the labrum, a fibrocartilagenous structure within the shoulder that provides joint stability and serves as an attachment for ligaments and tendons of the arm and shoulder. A SLAP lesion involves a tear in the superior glenoid labrum from anterior to posterior. The typical orthopedic surgery approach with SLAP lesions is to remove the injured area and subsequently sew down the flap that is left after the shaving (removal). Andy really wanted to avoid surgery and started looking for alternatives online.

Alternative treatment options for SLAP Lesion and Labral Tear of the Shoulder: Prolotherapy

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His online research led him to http://www.caringmedical.com. The non-surgical approach he read about on our website was so compelling, he chose to make an appointment hoping for a non-surgical alternative. Dr. Hauser’s examination of Andy’s shoulder revealed tenderness in his rotator cuff, which is a common finding with SLAP tears because of the increased pressure and strain placed on the rotator cuff as a result of the tear. Andy’s shoulder also produced a clicking noise on elevation, indicating that the joint was unstable and loose. Dr Hauser recommended Hackett-Hemwall dextrose Prolotherapy in combination with PRP into the labral tear. PRP involves extracting platelets and growth factors from the patient’s blood and injecting that into and around the injured area to repair the structures of the joint. Hackett-Hemwall dextrose Prolotherapy is used around the joint to stabilize it, as this is likely the reason for the injury in the first place. Just one PRP injection into the tear is typically not as successful.

Healing slowed by eating the wrong foods

Andy was ecstatic to report 80% improvement by his 6th treatment.  However, Dr. Hauser felt his healing appeared to be a bit slower than normal and that something might be hampering his healing, as Andy reported overall body pain that he had been experiencing for years. Dr. Hauser recommended Hauser Diet Typing with food sensitivity testing to fully assess Andy’s healing ability. His Diet Typing results revealed that he should follow a lower fat, higher carbohydrate diet; ie the Hauser Monkey Diet. Andy’s results also revealed many food sensitivities, thus his body was mounting a reaction to his own body! Not surprising that he suffered with overall body pain and  his shoulder wasn’t yet 100% improved. Andy was regularly eating all of the foods to which he was sensitive, including wheat, dairy, and eggs. This caused his immune system to become compromised due to the continual “allergic” reaction he was mounting every time he ate.

HauserMonkeyDietWe sent Andy home on an allergy free Monkey Diet. A few months later on follow-up, he reported the following:

“Hello,

Diet is going fairly well considering. As predicted, I’ve lost quite a bit of weight through the process. Joint pain has pretty much faded. I regularly have little to no pain for most days; discomfort is a more accurate word. I’m slowly starting to build back the muscles around the shoulder, making good progress too. The idea is that I will start implementing more dynamic type activity once I feel strong and stable. But yes, the Prolotherapy worked wonders. And incorporating the diet seemed to be the final key. Really amazing how much diet has to do with it all, especially concerning food allergies. I still notice if I load on foods I’m allergic to, it almost surely results in a bit of shoulder pain. Unreal how that works. Please pass along to doc Hauser that I promote prolo to anyone with joint pain. Hard to believe that my sports doctors said surgery was my only option for recovery. Yikes!”

Another couple months after that, we received even more good news:

weightliftinginjury.caringmedical“All is well on this end.  Shoulder is in pretty good shape.  Lifting regularly and able to stay pretty active.  As long as I keep the diet in check with allergy foods, I seem to be okay.  Appreciate the follow up.”

We see patients like Andy regularly who are looking for a non-surgical approach for a SLAP lesion or shoulder labral tear. Comprehensive Prolotherapy in the hands of an experienced Prolotherapy doctor definitely works. Comprehensive Prolotherapy means providing a strong enough solution, aggressive enough treatment, and healing is maximized with the appropriate diet and exercise.  If Andy’s case sounds like you, give us a call for an appointment or email scheduling@caringmedical.com.

Eating healthy veggies as a part of your winter training

Keeping fit during the winter cold


If you are anything like us you love all the wonderful fruits and vegetables that go along with summer. Many people find it easier to eat healthy in the warm weather months; the fruits and veggies are so fresh and abundant. Most people crave “comfort foods” and are bombarded by sweets from the holidays in the colder months, let alone it is harder to get out an exercise during the colder months, which can all lead to the dreaded winter weight gain.

First and Foremost: Stay focused on your goals: Follow your specific Hauser Diet

The Hauser Diet® was developed to allow for individualized diet plans for people who want know what foods they should eat in order to optimize energy production and weight, as well as prevent disease or even treat diseases they may already have.  Contrary to popular belief, everyone should not be following the same diet – even as an athlete. You are sure to feel recharged and energized once you find the right diet type for you! Knowing the right balance of carbohydrates, protein and fat for your body is the end result of Diet Typing. But one thing for sure, all Hauser Diet Types need veggies.

Eat your veggies! Mom was right! All Hauser Diet Types need veggies and they are good for you! Winter brings a hearty crop of root vegetables like turnips, rutabagas and parsnips; a wide variety of squashes; Brussels sprouts; and more.  Here are some tips to help you chase away the winter chill and pounds by adding the flavorful and healthy benefits of winter produce. Make sure you stay true to your individual Hauser Diet Type. Remember, all Hauser Diet Types need to eat vegetables, but fruit is another story! Only Hauser Giraffe and Monkey Diet Types should be consuming fruit based on their individual physiology. Here are some tips for choosing powerhouse veggies.

Choosing the Powerhouse Winter Vegetables

After a summer of fresh tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers, trying to make a tasty, nutritious meal out of winter vegetables can be as daunting as gearing up for a run in a blizzard. Luckily for us there are some colorful foods to be found: the reds, oranges, yellows, and greens of winter squashes for one example. In our book The Hauser Diet: A Fresh Look at Healthy Living!, we recommend choosing brightly colored vegetables which are more nutrient dense and rich in antioxidants. These hard gourd vegetables may look like table decorations, but any of the many varieties such as pumpkin, butternut, acorn, and spaghetti squashes provide impressive amounts of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They are simple to prepare, and their status as “nutritional superstars” makes them an ideal post workout food for those who follow carbohydrate based diets such as the Monkey and Giraffe Diets.  A bowl of acorn squash soup or a dish of butternut squash after a chilly outdoor run will help you warm up, rehydrate, and guard against infection.

Hauser Otters and Lions can pair this with some kind of protein such as fish, chicken, beef, pork, lamb, and you’ve got a great meal. Winter squash is also low in calories (100 per cup) and satisfying to eat.  As always, the key to buying the best produce is to know what you’re looking for. No matter what the season, look for vegetables with good color to get more nutrient bang for your buck!

Eat Right for Winter Training

Lower-calorie, fiber-rich, and nutrient-dense, vegetables top every athlete’s ideal grocery list. But what should you buy this time of year, when supermarkets are stocked with out-of-season fruits and vegetables? For athletes, winter squash and sweet potatoes can be part of a perfect recovery meal.  One cup of winter squash provides 145 percent of your daily value of beta-carotene and a third of your daily need of vitamin C. These potent antioxidants combat free radicals released during exercise that can compromise your body’s natural defenses. Eating right is especially important while training to help prevent an injury. Winter squash serves another important post workout function: aiding in rehydration. Most varieties are 89 percent water, and acorn squash boasts 896 milligrams of potassium per cup (nearly double that of a banana). Potassium, an electrolyte lost through sweat, helps regulate fluid levels in the body. Even though these are not the most common “post recovery foods” there is no reason why you can’t use food instead of recovery drinks! Throw in some nuts, seeds, or sliced meat for protein and you’ve got a great recovery meal.

Some of our recipes using great winter produce:

Sweet Potato & Carrot Casserole-For the Family that Hates Vegetables

Winter Squash & Cranberry Risotto

Vegetable Krugel

Homemade Sweet Potato Fries

For more recipe ideas:

  • The Hauser Diet: A Fresh Look at Healthy Living book at Amazon.com or Benuts.com
  • Join us on Hauser Diet’s facebook page & take a look at the notes section where recipes are posted.

Can Food Help Chronic Pain?

Food affects every aspect of the human body. It is literally the fuel of the body. Every process, function, compound, etc. depends on a healthy diet. So when it comes to chronic pain, food plays an integral role. At Caring Medical, we recognize the role that food plays in chronic pain. On occasion we recommend that our chronic pain patients get Diet Typing to reveal the exact Hauser Diet that will help his or her body function at its best. In addition to Diet Typing, there are certain foods that can play a specific role in decreasing chronic pain. Specifically in decreasing systemic inflammation that can hinder the body’s immune system. Let’s take a look at some of them and see how they fit into the Hauser Diet.

 

Salmon

Salmon is a well-known source of omega-3 fatty acids. These essential fats are key players in inflammation. They are often labeled as “anti-inflammatory” in that they decrease systemic (“bad”) inflammation. They also aid the inflammatory process in the case of injured soft tissue, as in the inflammation that Prolotherapy stimulates. The fatty acids, specifically eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), dramatically improve the functional ability and diminish the pain in a myriad of diseases, including psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, gout, lupus, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Salmon is an excellent option for the Lion, Otter and Bear Diet Types.

 

Onions and Garlic

Onions and garlic are great staples for any Diet Type. They both possess anti-inflammatory agents that help with chronic pain. Onions also have the antioxidant quercetin that aids in inflammation. Both onions and garlic are the basis of tons of recipes; check some of them out in the Hauser Diet Book. We love roasted or sautéed onions as additions to any meal!

 

Blueberries

Berries are excellent sources of antioxidants and blueberries contain a strong antioxidant called anthocyanin. Blueberries are good for the Giraffe and Monkey diets and can be eaten in small portions on the Bear Diet. They are delicious as a snack or as toppings to oatmeal, yogurt and salads.

 

Sweet Potato

The beautiful orange color of sweet potatoes indicates its high amount of carotenoids, a powerful antioxidant that fights systemic inflammation. Sweet potatoes are starchy vegetables that are great for the Giraffe and Monkey Diets. The Bear and Otter diets can eat sweet potatoes in moderation and with the skin on. Try our sweet potato fries recipe, yum!

 

Ginger and Turmeric

Great cooking relies heavily on spices to create delicious flavor. Ginger and turmeric are fun spices that act as analgesics, or pain relievers. They also act as blood thinners in the prevention of blood clots. Ginger can be used in many Asian dishes and turmeric is a staple in Thai dishes. Both of these spices make great additions to any spice cabinet and are suitable for all five Diet Types.

 

For more information on chronic pain relief, check out the Caring Medical Blog, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

 

 

Spaghetti Squash with Vodka Tomato Cream Sauce recipe

Spaghetti Squash with Vodka Tomato Cream Sauce and Italian Sausage

Perfect for:
Lion Diet Type®
Otter Diet Type®
Bear Diet Type®
Monkey Diet Type®
Gluten-free diet

Not recommended for:
Giraffe Diet Type®, Candida Diet, Casein Free Diet

This recipe is a Hauser family favorite! For those of you who are counting carbs, this is a great recipe! Squash is a very healthy food, loaded with vitamins and fiber! This is a very easy recipe, so don’t let the ingredient list get you down!

 

What you’ll need:

  • Large pot
  • 2-4 quart sauce pan
  • Skillet
  • cutting board
  • knife and fork
  • mixing bowl

Ingredients:

  • 1 spaghetti squash
  • 2 Italian sausages (*can be omitted for vegetarian recipe), skin removed, chopped
  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • 1-28 ounce can crushed tomatoes or tomato sauce (*we like sauce with garlic, roastedtomato, or basil added)
  • 2-4 pressed garlic cloves
  • ¼ cup chopped fresh parsley
  • ¼ teaspoon crushed red pepper
  • ½ cup heavy cream, at room temperature, OR ½ cup sour cream
  • ½ cup vodka
  • ½ cup grated Parmesan cheese

Additional flavor enhancers**:

  • 2 slices bacon, chopped into pieces
  • ½ cup black olives, sliced
  • 1-2 green onions, sliced
  • 1 small can of crushed pineapple
  • 1 cup of cottage or ricotta cheese

 

** I have made this with all of these added OR just a few added. YUM YUM!

This is a great dish for Fall – with all of the different kinds of squash available. Spaghetti squash is a great substitute for pasta and provides loads of nutritional benefits – vitamins, fiber, and beta carotene to name a few! This may seem like a lot of work, but once you make it once, you’ll find you can make it quite quickly! Give it a try!

Prepare Squash:
Slice squash in half lengthwise. Scoop out the seeds with a spoon as you would a pumpkin. Then completely submerge both halves in boiling water and cook for about 20 to 25 minutes, or until the inside is tender to a fork and pulls apart in strands. (It is better to undercook if you are not sure). Remove, drain, and cool with cold water or an ice bath to stop the cooking. Then use a fork to scrape the cooked squash out of its skin, and at the same time, fluff and separate the squash into spaghetti-like strands into a bowl. Discard the skin.

Prepare Sauce:
Remove the skin around Italian sausage. Chop sausage into chunks and cook in skillet with heated olive oil until fully done. Remove excess grease from pan. Add tomato sauce and herbs and simmer. Add vodka and simmer over low heat until the mixture reduces by 1/4, stirring often, about 20 minutes. Stir the cream into the tomato and vodka sauce. Simmer over low heat until the sauce is heated through. Stir in the Parmesan cheese until melted and well blended.

If needed, reheat the squash strands by dipping with a strainer in boiling water just before serving. Top with Sauce. Serve immediately.

If you want to make this dish ahead of time, it works great as a casserole too. Grease a 9 x 13 inch pan. Mix the squash and the sauce together. Pour into 9 x 13 inch pan. Refrigerate. Heat in 350 degree oven for 30-40 minutes until hot and bubbly.

 

Hauser Diet Success Story: Pain Relief, Increased Energy and Better Sleep for 28-year-old Pharmacist

The number of convenience food products that the food industry continues to create is astonishing. From microwaveable food and one-skillet meals to crackers and cookies – many people enjoy the quick preparation involved, or lack thereof. However there is one problem with all of these products, they are not real food. Since they are not real food, they lack many nutrients and contain many harmful chemicals and ingredients. For someone who is looking to obtain/maintain a healthy weight, enjoy great energy, sleep well, have great looking skin, have healthy digestion, avoid illness, and prevent disease, convenience food should be far from their plates.

 

Healthy eating involves not only eating right for their Diet Type, but also consuming fresh food. Why? The added chemicals in most convenience and pre-packaged foods are not found on any of the Hauser Diet Food Pyramids. They offer little-to-no nutrition to the human body and do not help our patients with their goals. In fact, they can keep a person from certain health goals.

 

Alice, 28, chronic pain and fatigue

Take the case of Alice, a young 28-year-old woman who came to see us for chronic pain and fatigue. She battled pain in her low back, hips, neck, and feet after a long day of standing. She was a pharmacist and spent her whole day on her feet and her lack of energy made it hard to get through the day. She got plenty of sleep close to ten hours a night but never felt fully rested. The pharmacy she worked for had a multitude of convenience foods, which she received a discount on, so her diet consisted mainly of these foods and she grazed all day long. Alice was in need of a change. Her friend who had come to see us referred Alice to Dr. Hauser. After her first visit with the doctor, Alice was off to get Diet Typing and food allergy tests done in our lab.

 

Her Hauser Diet Typing results showed that she was a fast oxidizer with acidic blood pH – Alice needed protein! Unfortunately the convenience foods that she grazed on all day long were full of high fructose corn syrup and bleached wheat flour, both terrible food ingredients but even more terrible for someone with acidic blood and fast oxidation. Alice was placed on the Hauser Otter Diet and worked with the nutritionist to come up with meal ideas that could fit into her lifestyle.

Alice came back two months later to report she had much more energy, her sleep had improved and her pain was almost completely gone. She even said that she had enough energy at night to do some laundry that was out of the question before Hauser Diet Typing.

 

Alice gave up soda, fig newtons, bread, and chips and had added salads with avocado and organic lunchmeat, grilled meat and vegetables, and occasional whole-wheat rolls. Her second visit consisted of reviewing her food allergy results and discussing a few more changes that Alice needed to make. Seeing the dramatic difference that the Hauser Otter Diet had made, Alice was ready to see how avoiding her food allergies would help her even more – which is what she saw when she avoided dairy and wheat which were the two strongest sensitivities her tests revealed.

 

 

We see dramatic improvements such as Alice’s all the time, especially when people go from eating convenience foods to fresh, whole foods. Eating right for your Diet Type requires fresh food and what a difference you will feel! Give us a call today to set up your Diet Typing appointment!

 

Our nutritional program assists our patients with chronic joint pain who are taking Prolotherapy treatments. For more Prolotherapy information or to make an appointment with a Prolotherapy doctor, call us at 708-848-7789

How Does Food Affect Your Healing?

Just like the right type of fuel for a car, the right type of food for the body leads to proper functioning. Food fuels the body.

 

What would happen if you were to put diesel into your car? It certainly wouldn’t run correctly. If you put diesel into a truck, however, the truck would run just as it is supposed to. You’d laugh at any salesman who claimed that he had a gas that would work perfectly in any kinds of transportation, from cars to planes.

Your body’s fuel is food. When you put the wrong fuel in your body, it doesn’t run correctly. With the wrong fuel, your body can’t efficiently do the things it is supposed to do. That’s what we tell a lot of patients who are getting Prolotherapy and not healing. They are putting the wrong type of fuel into their bodies physiologically inhibiting their bodies to run correctly! The body can’t heal when it doesn’t have the right fuel to do so.

 

If this is true, why do so many people believe nutritionists who claim to have the one diet that will work for absolutely everyone?

 

Our solution? We recommend getting Diet Typed. Diet Typing personalizes a diet for you, and it tells you which type of “fuel” you need. The Diet Types are based on a few different factors; blood pH and oxidative rate being the two most important. Every person’s blood pH falls within a narrow range, large fluctuations would cause the body to shut down. But little fluctuations have the potential to change everything. The higher, or more alkaline, your blood pH is, the more carbohydrates must be consumed to keep the pH neutral. The lower, or more acidic, your blood pH is, the more protein is required to keep the pH neutral. The oxidative rate is simply the rate at which your body processes food.

These levels and rates are all tested, and the results play a factor in which Diet Type would best work for that person. The five Hauser Diet Types are:

The Lion Diet Type- The Lion Diet Type is 60% protein, 15% carbohydrates, and 25% fat. This Diet Type is recommended for people who don’t process carbohydrates very well. These people usually have abnormal blood sugar, high insulin, and acidic blood pH. Without balancing their food correctly, lions can have difficult side effects. Not only does their body not work correctly, but they are prone to mood swings. Lions’ bodies are incredibly unbalanced, and when a body is unbalanced, it is very, very hard to heal.


The Otter Diet Type- The Otter Diet Type is 50% protein, 25% fat, and 25% carbohydrates. The Otter Diet Type is the most common diet type. It’s designed to help balance blood sugar. Otters are very fast oxidizers, which is why they must eat a lot of protein.

 

 

 

The Bear Diet Type- The Bear Diet Type is 30% protein, 20% fat, and 50% carbohydrates. This is the diet that is recommended for people with normal blood pH and normal oxidative rates. This diet type is designed to get the maximum amount of energy from food. It offers a great variety of foods, and keeps the body’s levels in check.

 

 

The Monkey Diet Type- The Monkey Diet Type is 20% protein, 15% fat, and 65% carbohydrates.  The Monkey Diet Type is recommended for people with a normal glucose test, and a high blood pH. It’s designed to lower pH levels. Our bodies are designed to be balanced, which means neutral pH levels. Balanced pH leads to disease prevention, and a smoother, more streamlined system for your body.


 

 

The Giraffe Diet Type- The Giraffe Diet Type is 10% protein, 10% fat, and 80% carbohydrates. It is usually a vegetarian diet. Giraffes have alkaline blood pH and are slow oxidizers. This diet is usually recommended to people with autoimmune conditions.

 

 

 

Just as a car cannot function without the right fuel, a body can not function without the right food. Eating right for your body leads to better functioning and quicker healing. Trying to eat right for someone else’s body results in the body not working the way it is supposed to. Diet Typing holds the key to unlocking the right fuel for your unique body.

This is a diet that has full potential to will work for you, no matter who you are. If you would like to know more about the Hauser Diet, call 708.848.7789, or contact us here.

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