Food-combining



noun
1.
a dietary approach that advocates the eating of specific foods at specific times and restricts which types of foods can be eaten together.
noun
1.
the practice of keeping carbohydrates separate from proteins in one’s daily diet, as a way of losing weight and also for some medical conditions
noun

a dietary system based on Dr. William Hay’s principle that certain foods, such as carbohydrates and proteins, are digested more easily when eaten separately
Word Origin

1951-56

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