If you know even a little bit about me, you know that I am pretty much in love with Matt Stone’s writings. (You also probably know that my husband is quite funny. He is the one we can thank for the title of this post!)
Matt basically gave me my health back, after I messed it up pretty bad going low carb, and before that low fat, and before that, low cal, and so on. Do you see a pattern there?
Fortunately for me, and for you, there is a complementary ebook to help us hone the concepts we learned in Diet Recovery. It’s called Eat for Heat and the Kindle version is on super sale right now! Take advantage! After that it will go back to it’s usual price of $19.95!
Why should you get Eat for Heat?
- If you loved Matt’s ebook Diet Recovery.
- If you want to know why body fluid balance matters. (Hint: It does.)
- If you have chronically cold hands and feet.
- If you have a low temperature, especially in the morning or under stress.
- If you loved Diet Recovery, but you need more specifics on how to implement those practices into your daily routine and eating.
- If you want to have a better metabolism.
- If you are a health nerd. (Raise your hand. Admit it!)
- If you think Matt is funny.
- If your pee is always clear.
- If you wake up to pee in the middle of the night.
- If you blindly believe that you should be drinking 8 8 ounce glasses of water a day.
- If you want to sleep more soundly.
- If you want to retain youthful energy, moist skin, and put off metabolic deterioration as long as possible.
- If you want to balance your hormones naturally, from the root of the problem.
- If you want to feel better. (Seriously, raise your hand this time for real.)
Matt sums up what Eat for Heat is all about:
The concept is extremely simple. The net sum of the food and beverages we consume can either concentrate or dilute our body fluids. Eat for Heat discusses simple principles on how to make minor changes to your meals and drinking habits to keep your body in a better metabolic “zone” all day every day. It’s a tactic that can be applied to any dietary belief system, and can even yield tremendous health benefits to those eating just a regular Western diet. Everyone can benefit from the simple concept put forth in Eat for Heat.
I’m not writing about Eat for Heat because it’s neat, or because it’s funny (even though it is both of those things). I’m writing about Eat for Heat because this is not only the kind of thing that makes sense to me on a deep, visceral level, but it also works better than anything I have tried. Perhaps it seems strange that something like playing with your fluid intake can make such a difference, but it’s true.
When I started playing with this idea, my waking temperature was at about 97 degrees and I was constantly tired. People around me tended to downplay my chronic sleepiness, joking that it was because I have small children. But I am pretty intuitive, and I know the difference between being sleep deprived and getting poor quality sleep.
It didn’t matter how much I slept, I was still always tired. As in, wanting to take naps and not having energy to run around with my kids or to feel excited about going to the gym, hiking, walking, or anything else like that.
Little did I know that I was overdrinking, eating certain foods at inopportune times of day, and basically ignoring my body’s cues with food and sleep. The real reason I love Matt Stone’s books?: They are validating. I get permission to listen to what I was already knowing to be true deep down.
CONVENTIONAL “WISDOM”, GETTING IT WRONG:
I was drinking 8 glasses of water a day because I had heard I was supposed to, not because I was thirsty. I was eating low carb because I had heard that it would help me lose weight and feel better, not because carbs didn’t sound appetizing to me. And way back when, I used to eat low fat because I had heard that fat was bad for you, not because I was satiated from eating enough good fats and naturally curbed my consumption.
In short, I trusted other people more than myself. I got so lost in information, diets, new discoveries, and health books that I couldn’t hear my own body saying “Eat some butter! Have a sandwich! Drink something with substance!”
And that’s the beauty of Eat for Heat: it gets you back to trusting yourself. It gives you a pat on the back as you reclaim your bodily knowledge. In a way, it’s not a piece of cake. The concept is simple, but implementing it after a life of drinking too much water can be a challenge.
But I feel so much better! And I don’t just listen to these health “rules” anymore. I listen to me! Click here to grab a copy of Eat For Heat, and see how you can improve your metabolism, temperature, and burn your way to toasty fingers, toes, and vitality!
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