Eat until satiated, without over eating or under eating. Try to eat three square meals a day and limit snacking. The digestive track needs a chance to rest between meals!
As a general guide, each meal should be comprised of about 30% protein, 30% fat, and 40% carbohydrate (the carbohydrates should be mostly vegetables with no more than 10% of grain).
Try not to revolve meals around bread products. Instead, use grain as an accent to a meal and in moderation.
Keep a food journal. It’s a great way for you to understand your patterns around food and how food really makes you feel.
Start the day with a pint glass of water with lemon or a teaspoon of raw apple cider vinegar.
Do not skip meals!
Try your hand at making a rich beef or chicken stock, salad dressings or fermented foods.
Do the best you can! Creating new and healthful habits takes time, so, start slowly, make changes you can live with, and add things you enjoy eating. Eat your food slowly, in a relaxed environment, surrounded by friends or family, and chew your food thoroughly.