Review of 'Great Taste No Pain' Crohn's
With more than 1 out of 3 adults in the United States (70 million) taking over the counter or prescription pills
for digestive disorders and the pain associated with them, as a nation, we have serious health problems. And we're
spreading our problems around the world.
What most people are frustrated with, is that even if they eat how most health professionals consider to be
healthy, a large percentage of people STILL experience digestive problems. And so most people resort to drugs,
surgery or eating bland foods. Or they just continue to suffer.
That's why the Great
Taste No Pain System was developed -- to help slash some of the $42 billion dollars spent on those pills in
the US alone.
This simple eating system is designed to dramatically reduce the acid pH measure in a person's entire body --
not just in the stomach. It does so by increasing the ratio of alkaline forming foods eaten and by showing you how
to combine foods in a way that radically decreases the amount of acid digestive juices in the stomach and small
intestines required to break down foods. With me so far? Hope so, because this is important stuff.
One of the primary components of the Great Taste No Pain System is the science of food combining, which was first
introduced into the US in 1911 by Dr. William Hay, a New York surgeon who used it to cure his Bright's Disease, a
kidney disease which was often fatal at that time. In fact, among the many thousands of lives it claimed was Teddy
Roosevelt's first wife, who died of Bright's Disease at just 22 years of age.
A basic knowledge of Junior High chemistry is all it takes to see the logic behind this science: Mixing foods that
require alkaline digestive enzymes with foods that require acid digestive enzymes slows and can even stop the
digestive process. It can and does delay digestion by as much as 10 hours and more. This is incredibly bad for the
body. The Great Taste No Pain system alleviates this problem, speeding food through your body, allowing it to
absorb nutrients from foods at a much higher level.
In addition, one of the manuals in the Great
Taste No Pain system, 'Foods That Create Acid, Foods That Take It Away,' is as clear as I've ever seen this
data presented. Follow this simple guide and your body will use a minimum of energy in the digestion process,
which leaves more energy for healing and other daily functions your body carries out.
This is a timely set of guides, because with our society's addiction to the convenience of processed foods, in many
respects our health challenges are far worse than they were in 1911.
Great Taste No Pain author, Sherry Brescia, was a former Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) sufferer herself. In fact,
in 1991, she spent 7 days in the hospital with bacterial colitis.
As a health insurance researcher and Chief Underwriter, she was able to research the benefits of an alkaline-
balanced body and over the next 15 years perfected the system she now calls Great Taste No Pain.
She meshed a number of philosophies proven to help alkalize the body to create this simple system that anyone can
follow regardless of where they are or what food choices they have available to them.
What I Like:
Taste: Unlike most restrictive diets, Great Taste No Pain cannot actually be called a diet, because
it allows you to eat even great volumes of luscious, delicious food as long as you combine it according to a few
simple guidelines. It truly requires very little willpower. Perhaps the greatest news for people who love to eat
is that the 176 page recipe book in the system is stuffed with breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks that are
unbelievably tasty. No rabbit food. Gourmet all the way, yet the meals (if you like to cook) only take between
15 and 30 minutes of prep time and make tons of yummy leftovers. So you can throw away the belief that you can't
eat healthy on a super-busy schedule.
Speed: I love that you don't have to read 300+ pages before
learning what to do. In the first guide, 'How To End Stomach Pain Forever, Even If Your Doctor says, "No Way,"' it
provides a brief background on the science and then quickly moves onto the step-by-step 'how to.' I really love
Simplicity: The second Guide in the GTNP System is 'What To Eat
With What.' This is a massive compilation. Every kind of food that you could possibly put in your mouth is listed,
along with the corresponding foods that combine with it for easy comfortable digestion, and those foods that don't.
This guide is so complete and so easy to follow, if you screw this up, it's back to pre-school for you.
More Simplicity: Traveling is the one thing that can ruin even
the healthiest eaters. But in Great Taste No Pain, Sherry gives you a 'Pocket Guide For Pain-Free Dining Out.' This
tool is phenomenal. You can store this little baby with your credit cards and, until you understand what combines
with what, all you have to do is pull out your pocket guide and quickly note the rule, so you can eat and
enjoy the rest of your day, pain-free.
Would you believe that you could eat McDonald's food and not suffer gassiness and reflux? Now you can!
Meat: While meat is not something people with digestive issues
usually tolerate well on a daily basis (hence the daily pain), the problem isn't so much the meat as it is what you
eat with the meat.
That is why each of the Guides in the system, including the recipe book, lists every possible food you can combine
with meats without suffering. Most people will suddenly be able to eat beef, chicken, fish, pork, turkey, venison
and any other type of meat they want. As long as you combine it right... no pain at all! And broccoli, lettuce,
cucumbers and other veggies that can create havoc suddenly will not. That I love.
Fruit: Ask anyone that suffers stomach problems about fruit and
you'll hear horror stories. So sadly, the most perfect food on the planet is shunned by a huge part of our world's
population. No longer. Because you will soon learn why fruit causes you trouble and how to easily change that. You
CAN eat fruit again, even if it now makes you turn blue! It's true!
While each Guide in the system is detailed and complete, they are "dumbed down" in the clearest language possible.
So I don't doubt Sherry's claim that any 11 year old could teach it. This I really love.
Things To Watch
The one thing you want to be careful of is that once you start eating as prescribed in Great Taste No Pain, you
could quickly begin to feel all powerful. You might start to think you are "cured" of your digestive problems since
they went away so fast and since you have so much extra energy.
That would be a mistake.
Because technically there is no "cure" for most digestive problem, because technically they are not diseases at
all. They are maladies brought on by eating the wrong foods and by eating them in the wrong combinations. So the
principles in Great Taste No Pain is not a "cure," since people with sensitive stomachs will always be sensitive.
GTNP is merely a way to make all symptoms go away forever and give you a lot more energy.
For example, let's say you've got it bad and have Diverticulitis or Crohn's. Great Taste No Pain can help you get
rid of your symptoms very quickly.
But a year later, if you start eating like you used to, guess what? Yep, the symptoms will come back. You see, the
principles that Great Taste No Pain is based on are sound. They work for everyone. But if you think that because
you've been symptom-free for a long time, you've been "cured," think again. Go against these principles of easy
digestion, and the problem can come back with a vengeance. Remember, good health comes from living a healthy
lifestyle, not a "do it once and you're fixed" approach.
Another thing you might want to be prepared for is that since Great Taste No Pain cleanses your digestive tract,
initially you could get a little diarrhea. If you experience constipation on a fairly regular basis, you might get
a little "looseness" at first, but it will end soon.
Also, due to the detoxing going on, you might get a runny nose or get some other cold-like symptoms at first. It's
nothing to worry about. If you do, while it might not be fun, it does mean it's working. It means your body is
becoming purer and the toxins are leaving. And that is a very good thing.
When I began following the system, I personally was amazed at the amount of energy I had, even late into the
evening. I had no discomfort, no bloating, I didn't feel the need to eat again within an hour and no need for
caffeine after meals.
Personally, my strong recommendation is that for anyone who wants more energy, sounder and longer sleep, migraine
headaches to stop almost immediately, pain from gastritis and acid reflux to stop almost instantly, and the pain of
digestive problems to stop or be reduced dramatically, get over to:
Great Taste No Pain now, and get the whole system. You will
It won't take a full day for most people to feel a major difference in their bodies. Often it just takes one meal.
After you have been following it for a week or more you will feel the benefit. I personally believe that anyone who
adopts this simple, enjoyable food combining method will reap gigantic health benefits. So if that is what you are
looking for, go to - Great
Taste No Pain now and get started today.
So, Crohn's disease sufferers, it's time to rejoice. When you eat the Great Taste No Pain way
and your food digests easily and thoroughly, everything passes smoothly through your colon. That means those
horrible, painful flare-ups lessen or become non-existent. You'll feel a whole lot better, need less medicine and
have more energy for...well, exercise or seks or just about anything else you want and need to