You know better than anyone, how important it is for you to feel better and to improve your physical performance. It is with in depth understanding, that I have the audacity to address the subject of human nutrition, with the odds in the favor of centuries of ignorance, greed, and desensitization. Can we at least agree that eating certain foods, despite the taste and euphoric experience, that there could be other foods to ingest that will result in better health?
You eat when you are hungry, you drink when you are thirsty, but have you ever considered that there may be a greater purpose for food and drink other than, satisfying a basic function to survive? Have you ever asked yourself, “Why am I eating like I am desperate and without any consequences for what I’m allowing my body to ingest? It’s no accident you are reading or listening to this book, “Slaves of the Tongue.” It is time to turn the insanity off by replacing it with sane healthy and life promoting choices.
This book is written for the “soul” purpose of empowering and changing the way we eat in America and all around the world. There will be a few words and phrases that may offend you, but that is not my purpose. I am writing and teaching to empower you to take charge of your life and the substance that sustains your life. We can all improve our selections and our power to select healthier foods. Together, we can change the world’s unhealthy habits and the multi-trillion dollar industries that capitalize on deception and ignorance. In this book, we will explore and explain the concepts of the Rhythm Diet, a revolutionary nutritional approach to what, when, and how humans should eat for the healthiest over-all outcome. I founded the Rhythm Diet as a result of my many years of personal and professional curiosity, interest and research as a nutritional scientist. For over 20 years, I have made significant dietary contributions to the field of bariatric medicine. This material explains why it is healthier to eat in accordance to the harmonization life style and circadian rhythm (natural body clock), including your level of fitness, and your belief system (what you believe is one of the most important factors of how you feel and the way your body performs). Knowing what to eat and when to eat, translates into a healthier individual.
According to the Surgeon General's Report on Nutrition and Health, for the two out of three adult Americans who do not smoke and do not drink excessively, personal food choices have more influence on long-term health than any other factor. Food sustains us, is pleasurable, and is necessary for life. However, what we eat may affect our risk of suffering chronic diseases, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and some types of cancer--all leading causes of death.