What if it is not the food?

What if it is not your fault?

What if it is something else?


The DRY DIET is not so much a diet in the traditional sense of the word, because it doesn’t restrict consumption of any foods that people usually enjoy. Instead, it takes a different approach to the problem of obesity and weight-loss.

 If you are looking for a diet that will help you lose 10 pounds in a month, then the DRY DIET is not for you.

 If you are hoping to lose weight fast, cutting all the food that you enjoy eating, then the DRY DIET is not for you.

 If you are committed to lose weight slowly but steadily, and to achieve long-term changes, in that case the DRY DIET might be the answer for you.

 The DRY DIET rejects the traditional and dominant view that weight loss is very simple and straightforward. If a person consumes fewer calories than it spends, then this person will lose weight. Therefore, the solution for the obesity problem would simply be to eat less and/or eat lower calories food. At the same time a person should increase the amount of calories spent, especially by exercising more.

It has been demonstrated in every single study that people often successfully lose weight in the beginning of a new regime. However, they end up regaining all this weight back and then some more. The long-term success rate is around 1 in 20.

Recent research has demonstrated that there are other factors involved in the obesity problem. Of these, there are two that are extremely important but are rarely properly discussed, namely:

  • How the nature of the digestive process can influence the number of calories that we gain from food as well as other nutrients that we absorb from this same food.
  • The GUT FLORA and the role that these microorganisms play in helping us absorb nutrients when they are balanced or harm us if they are off-balance.

These two factors influence each other and together they are decisive and fundamental factors in the obesity problem.

The DRY DIET is named so, because the food that we eat should be taken separately from the liquids that we drink. To properly digest the food that we eat, the body produces several digestive liquids which interact with this food, breaking it down into much smaller components. Afterwards, they can be subsequently absorbed by the body.

When this process doesn’t work properly and efficiently, the food can travel along the digestive tract without being properly digested. It will then become a breeding ground for the wrong type of microorganisms. These can produce several extremely harmful toxic substances and lead to many health problems including obesity.

The DRY DIET is a long term solution for the obesity problem and if you have already tried other alternatives that have not worked for you, then it might just be the solution for you.

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