Previlean: I Learn Slowly

It’s been quite some time since I’ve been on the PreviLEAN┬áplan. First I took the blood test, then I eliminated foods from my diet and then I (predictably) felt great. And then I did something else predictable. I ate everything in sight. I ate pasta with wheat flour, cake (more dairy, flour and sugar) and washed it all down with fruity drinks that I have no business drinking. In addition to having almost instantaneous heartburn I also spent the next 24 hours feeling stiff and store. It’s like a full …

PreviLean Update: Slow to Learn

PreviLean has been a bit of a miracle for me. I gave up all the foods I am sensitive to and haven’t had indigestion since day three. For the past few years I’ve taken a Prevacid a day, I’d (incorrectly) assumed the heartburn was because of the many medications I take for RA. I’ve also lost four pounds without eating less. So I’m establishing the fact the PreviLean has been good to me. The test seems to have been quite accurate, the counseling sessions with a nutritionist are amazing and …