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Sherry Brescia Great Taste No Pain Review

Updated on July 15, 2011

Great Taste No Pain Review

When you see a new infomercial or advertisement for a product or program, such as Sherry Brescia's Great Taste No Pain program, it is natural to suspect whether or not it will really work or if it is just some type of scam.

After all, there are a lot of things for sale today that don't quite live up to the hype that we see in advertisements. This is especially true when you are looking at products that are for your health, and if you are suffering with something such as Crohn's Disease, you can't afford to take chances on an unproven product.

I visited the great taste no pain website and signed up for the free "white paper" and was pleasantly surprised. I found a lot of solid principles based on combining foods and aiding digestion within the information provided.

The white paper will even give you as 4 days of menus to give you a useful example of what you can expect to receive from the full product. This will really help you to evaluate the program, and you might even see a noticeable improvement in how you feel after following the sample menus for the 4-day period. Most items that you find for free aren't actually worth anything, but with the great taste no pain white paper I was able to actually see how the product would work for me.

Great Taste No Pain

Did you know that one out of every three American adults is currently taking some form of digestive medication for related issues - that should tell us all something right there.

One of the major problems is either the food you eat or the way that you combine that food at any one meal.

The acid pH level in your body is controlled and reduced by the Great Taste No Pain program. When the foods that we eat - especially foods that are highly acidic - are not combined properly when consumed, it can contribute to developing Crohn's Disease.

By using the program you will learn to control the pH level by using food combination at each meal. After using the proper combination of various foods and by following the recommended steps, you will very likely start to feel better and see big changes in your overall health.

Some of us have known a little about combining foods for a while now, but now that the Great Taste No Pain program is available, there is no reason why anyone should suffer from digestive problems. Having all the information and skills in one package saves time, money and gives customers many great resources such as recipes and combination tips.

This program is not a diet. You aren't really cutting out any of your favorite foods, instead you are changing when you eat those foods and what you combine them with. 

You also need to be aware if you have any allergies to different types of foods so you can effectively modify the recipes to ensure that you won't suffer from any allergic reactions or have any other problems with the meal plan. If you are also on a restricted diet for any other reason, you should definitely modify the recipes provided in order to suit your other health needs.

By being creative you can make up your own recipes based on the book and guidelines, but have ingredients to substitute the ones you may have an allergy to.  Making recipes from scratch can be time consuming and often a bit frustrating, but by using the existing recipes in the program as a base for new ones it is definitely worth the time and effort you will expend. 

The customer service for Sherry's program and website are quick to reply to emails as well as being friendly and helpful.

If for some reason the program doesn't work for you or if you just don't like it for any reason, you can also get your money back via the program's 60-day money back guarantee - how's that for risk free?


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      Lea Child 

      4 years ago from IOWA CITY

      Did this help with your Crohn's? I've had this book sitting on a shelf for a few years now. I've looked through it but I haven't tried it yet. I also have Crohn's disease and I am trying to find more natural ways of healing.

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      Susan Levitt 

      8 years ago

      I am loving the program, but not receiving the e-mails you were sending on a daily basis can you please resurme? Thank you, Susan Levitt


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