Studies show that very few people who've had a heart
attack bother to change their eating habits in any way.
Unbelievable. They've had one brush with death and do not
care at all.
They've been urged by their doctors to change their
habits, yet they won't.
My husband Mike, the world-renowned developer of the Think
Accelerated Behavior Modification Programs, says that
while people are guided by 22 core mental patterns, there
are primarily two things that underlie those 22: Seeking
pleasure and avoiding pain. Whichever one is stronger wins.
If you've had "the big one" and still continue to eat the
foods that did it to you, the pleasure-seeking system is as
strong as steel in you. Much stronger than that vague pain
going down your arm or tightness in your chest. People who
won't change are really saying that they'd rather die than
give up certain foods.
Same goes if you have high cholesterol or coronary artery
disease. Eating junk is your death wish and you're letting
your tongue control your life.
It's a sin that most doctors don't have suggestions
besides "eat better." (Yeah, does that mean eating celery
for breakfast, lunch and dinner? No thanks.)
What's worse is most "low-fat" or "heart-healthy" foods
taste like cardboard and are loaded with processed sugar
and chemicals. (Hmmm...should I have the cardboard or the
cheeseburger and fries?)
What's been grossly lacking is a way to combine healthy,
nutritious foods and awesome, mouth-watering tastes...The
kind of foods that are so unbelievably delicious you'll
feel like they can't possibly be good for you.
Healthy foods that are so delectable, you'll want to share
them with everyone you know.
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Your heart (and your stomach!) will thank you.
To your health,
PS: Ruth Bellew found that Great Taste No Pain took away
her joint pains
Great Taste No Pain has been the answer in healing my
stomach that I suspected was an acid problem which I'd had
just learned to live with.
But the astounding result for me was the pain has
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I am a runner & after completing a 60 k mountain run in
December have been having time out. Then for some reason I
started to get identical pain in both knees constantly even
though I was not training. My finger joints also began to
swell & ache.
The reason was simply too much acid in my system. I'm so
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