Everything I read about it makes sense and it’s not nearly as restrictive as other diets.
I’d start with the book, “Enter the Zone: A Dietary Road Map to Lose Weight Permanently.”Finally, the Mediterranean diet is very popular among afibbers.
Magnesium supplementation is almost always necessary. The other magnesium supplement I use in conjunction with Re Mag is Ease transdermal magnesium spray.Also, check for stimulants in any over-the-counter drugs you’re taking such as pseudoephedrine (brand names Sudafed, Sudo Gest, Wal-Phed, Rugby, and Suphedrine).3. This is difficult since almost all packaged foods contain added sodium. Also, replace table salt with healthier pink himalayan salt.This type of salt tastes better than table salt and is rich in minerals!Afibbers can be especially vulnerable to episodes if they have low potassium levels.
Try to get as much potassium as you can from foods.
The book, “Paleo for Beginners: Essentials to Get Started,” might be a good start.