Food Combining Chart
The Food Combining Chart is designed to provide a guide to the way the different main food groups suit one another at the same meal time.
The chart is based on a variety of reasons for food comparability, especially regarding
the ability to the human digestive system to cater for the proper breakdown of foods
via the action of digestive enzymes.
It is important to note that the fruit groups require the least digestive time and should
not be eaten directly after a meal of protein or complex grains, legumes, nuts or seeds.
For detailed information on the reasons and benefits of proper food-combining,
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