The Fat Free Phenomenon
opcje binarne forum opinie One of the biggest mistakes in the history of nutrition is the war on saturated fat.
24option gebühren Since the late 1980s, as people have reduced their fat intake (particularly saturated fat), many chronic diseases have gone up.
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check this link right here now We are now experiencing an epidemic…
http://www.peoplesoftcareer.com/?kosookuy=pmg-forex&fb4=75 There are more cases of diet related diseases than ever before
- Type 2 Diabetes
- heart disease
- some cancers
- early onset dementia etc.
http://protak.se/?koftuna=bin%C3%A4r-optionen-plattformen&fab=a1 Despite this trend, many health authorities are still pushing the ‘fat free’ phenomenon.
Weight is not the only consideration
trading binario quanto si guadagna Yes, I do agree that if one eats too much fat, there is a risk of gaining weight and therefore an increased risk of developing chronic disease. BUT if we completely eliminate all fat from our diet, then carbohydrate (especially sugar) and sodium intake increases.
http://www.mylifept.com/?refriwerator=option-navigator-test&ac4=b3 option navigator test It doesn’t matter what health goal you want to achieve, be it weight loss, Diabetes management, heart health, increased energy, it comes down to 2 basic dietary principles that history shows us.
Consider the French diet
Tastylia tadalafil 20 mg If we look at the traditional French diet (higher in saturated fat and less carbohydrate), there are lower rates of heart disease, diabetes and obesity.
my response It is often called a ‘paradox’ but in actual fact, it is actually the solution.
qualcuno di voi fa trading su opzioni binarie Quality foods in the right quantities are why the French tend to live longer and lead better quality lives.
http://nottsbushido.co.uk/hotstore/Hotsale-20150822-310260.html Real cheese, real bread, seasonal vegetables/salad and small portions of protein is the basis of a traditional French diet.
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