“It’s NOT a Diet, It’s a Lifestyle!”
We have been told for years by the FDA and the food industry, that saturated Fat were unhealthy and the cause of heart decease. Current research is reporting that saturated fat is in fact good for you because it raises your good cholesterol.
What do they feed cows to fatten them up, carbohydrates. Mounting evidence shows that most of the problems associated with eating meat are, in reality, eating corn-fed meat.
One cup of corn is 123 grams of total carbohydrate. To lose weight you must avoid starchy vegetables because they are high in carbohydrates. Bear in mind that the sweeter the vegetable the more carbs you will be eating.
Try to keep your consummation of carbs to 20 grams a day.
A single cupcake has 26 grams of carbohydrates, six grams more than you should take in during a complete day, no wonder we get fat and don’t know why.
Carbohydrates include all grains and fruit. A single slice of bread has 20 grams, a banana as 27g. carbs.
The key is to replace carbohydrates with “some” protein and lots of fat.
Yes you read that right “FAT”.
You must understand that your brain is made up of first water and then fat. That includes monounsaturated fat and saturated fat, yes saturated FAT.
That includes monounsaturated fat like nuts, avocado, salmon, and olive oil. It also includes saturated fat like eggs, cheese, butter, coconut oil, and bacon.
It has been proven that most of the modern diseases come from inflammation as a result of eating to many carbohydrates, not cholesterol. HDL cholesterol is good for you, the bad LDL cholesterol, comes from eating carbohydrates not saturated fat. The bad LDL comes from eating too many carbohydrates, trans fats, and industrialized Omega-6 fats, found in cooking oils like vegetable oil, soybean oil, corn oil, etc. So eliminate those harmful fats, drastically reduce your carbohydrate intake, and watch those small, dense LDL particles disappear.
You must reach the moment of realization that you must give up eating the modern diet of low fat, high carbohydrates to end your obesity struggles.
Carbohydrates do give us energy. But when we eat more carbohydrates than our body’s energy requirements demand, those extra carbs are turned into body fat. Body fat is simply fat that is being stored for later use. When we eat fewer carbohydrates than our energy needs require, such as in times of famine, our body gets its energy by burning the stored body fat.
WHAT HE HAVE BEEN TOLD ABOUT THE CAUSE OF WEIGHT GAIN FOR THE LAST 40 YEARS IS BULLSHIT!
Do your own research check out Dr. Eric Westman, a nationally renowned obesity expert, heads up the Duke Lifestyle Medicine Clinic.
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