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Thursday, March 23, 2017
What is a Mono Meal Diet & What are the Benefits?
What is a Mono Meal & What are the Benefits of Eating Mono?
Eating mono allows the body to find it’s natural point of satiation. It triggers the satiety signals in the body and prevents overeating.
Eating mono prevents addiction to stimulation, which comes from sampling a variety of tastes.
Eating a mono meal, is easy to digest, which makes this style of eating one of the best for detoxing the body from metals and disease. Each food needs a specific enzyme to digest and when you eat a variety, it complicates digestion and slows it down.
How to eat Mono
The quantity of fruit will vary from person to person. 2 Avocados, my be a perfect meal-size one person, but 3 or 4 for another. 5 oranges may work for one person, but 3 another.
You’ll know that you’ve eaten enough of one type of fruit for a meal when…
a) You get clear signals towards the end of the meal that you’ve had enough.
b) You feel satiated for 3 to 5 hours after that meal.
Eat when ever you are hungry and only raw fruits and vegetables, if possible. You can still intimated fast and turn on your "restoration gene" and eat mono meals after. All you do is skip breakfast for the fast period.
Play my video above to see what I ate on my mono meal.
Conclusion – It might seem like a strange a way to eat at first, and you’ll probably get some odd looks, but after trying it it’s pretty hard to go back. When you experience the lightness, mental clarity and exuberance that just eating one fruit per meal brings, you’ll want to do it again and again. If you try it leave your comment below.