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10 Lies and Misconceptions Spread By Mainstream Nutrition
Many mainstream nutritionists are guilty of spreading dietary myths and misconceptions that lead to poor health outcomes. Here are 10 of the most widespread lies that have been refuted by science. The National Academies’ Institute of Medicine recommends adults to … Continue reading
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A Beginners Guide To Counting Calories and Exercising
Reducing calories and increasing the amount of exercise you do won’t work for long-term weight loss and fat loss. It isn’t practical or healthy to keep reducing calories or to increase exercise volume to unsustainable levels when results grind to … Continue reading
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“BIG SUGAR” SWEET, WHITE & DEADLY
For 40 years, the priority of the sugar industry has been to cast doubt on studies suggesting sugar can make you ill and obese. Meanwhile, according to some estimates the US health system spends about $150 billion a year on … Continue reading
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The Shocking Dangers of MSG
Taken from http://www.mercola.com MSG is used in countless foods in your supermarket, local restaurants, school cafeterias, and more. Everything from soup to crackers to meats may contain it because MSG, as dangerous as it is, makes food taste good and … Continue reading
Are You Looking For Better Results From the Gym?
Are your sport and fitness levels suffering because you’re not eating properly? Or are your sport and fitness levels suffering because you’re not exercising properly? Do you feel like you could give more? Do you feel like you should be … Continue reading
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Is Your Lunch Making You Fat?
Turkey Sandwich, Special K Food Bar and Diet Coke – Does your lunch look like this? What’s wrong with this? Most bread is highly processed and high glycaemic. Unless you’re buying wheat free or flourless sprouted grain bread, bread is … Continue reading
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Don’t Believe “Low Fat” Branding – Read The Nutritional Label
Many so-called health foods have as much fat and sugar as a jam-donut.
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The Worst Carbohydrates For Fat loss
Wheat products including bread, pies, biscuits, breakfast cereals, cereal bars, ready-made soups and sauces need to be avoided for best fat loss results. Wheat influences blood sugar levels in the same way as plain table sugar.
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Denmark is the first country to impose a fat tax. Britain is thinking of following suit. If saturated animal fat from organic/free range sources were to get a fat tax then this would be a massive blow for health conscious … Continue reading
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Fat Loss Carbohydrates
Many green vegetables are typically low in carbohydrates. The fiber they contain brings about a very moderate insulin response. This makes them an ideal choice for fat loss food rather than grains. Grains can raise blood sugar quickly in the … Continue reading
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