Regarding food rotation

Regarding Food Rotation

The more frequently you eat a particular food, the greater are your chances of developing an allergy to that food. Moreover, you tend to become addicted to foods you are allergic to and you crave them, even though they may be contributing to your fatigue, headaches, muscle aches, depression or other symptoms. When you rotate your diet and eat foods no more frequently than every fourth day, you can accomplish two goals. First, you can avoid becoming addicted to various foods. Second – and equally important – you are better able to identify foods that could be causing problems.
In rotating your diet you eat a food every four days. For example, in rotating fruits, you’d eat apples on Monday, grapefruit on Tuesdays, blueberries on Wednesday and oranges on Thursday. Then on Friday you can start over again with apples.
This same system can be used with other food groups such as meats, beans, vegetables and grains.

Water: how much is enough?

The majority of people are chronically dehydrated. Dehydration can be quite pronounced even in an absence of thirst. In fact, the thirst mechanism becomes less reliable as dehydration increases. The thirst mechanism also tends to become less reliable with age.
As a bare minimum we should drink at least half an ounce for every pound of body weight. Thus a person weighing 160 pounds would require a minimum of eighty ounces or approximately eight glasses of water per day.
A fairly simple and accurate method to check if you are drinking enough water is to note the color of the urine. The urine should be extremely pale or clear in color. The urine being darker than this generally indicates dehydration.
Always remember to drink filtered or high quality spring water.