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So… what exactly is the SD Protocol? And more importantly, how does it effect us?
Changing your diet from what everyone else does can be daunting but it can also make a huge difference to the way you feel. Our aim is to offer you changes that are sustainable and will not cause too much stress.

Making changes one step at a time is more likely to bring you long term success in maintaining those more healthy choices. They can be so yummy too!!!!

The simple theory behind this concept is that we should get back to basics. Why do we eat so much pre-manufactured, scientifically modified and chemically loaded foodstuffs?

There are many terms for this style of diet so examine the principals behind each one, especially if you have any allergies or intolerances.
PALEO
Paleo diets are based on the prinicpal that our ancestors ate what they could hunt or gather.
PRIMAL
A name often used in the same way as Paleo as the concept is very similar.
Low-Carb
Focussing more on the fuels we use for energy – either sugars or fats.
LEARN ABOUT THESE DIETS...

In recent decades, we have been educated to think that branded products are good for us. Our busy lives encourage that quick stop at a supermarket, a place where even the fruit and vegetables that we regard as healthy have often been processed. Did you know that green beans, which are flown in from Kenya daily, are first washed in bleach?

Our diets and consequently, many of our health and weight problems now reflect our intolerances to the way we are presented with food and this, in turn, has encouraged the development of weird fad-style diets that try to counteract the problems we face.

Eating naturally should never seem like a fad, but it is the cornerstone of our beliefs. Focus on eating foods as they are created and see what a difference it can make to your well-being.

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