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 Cut the Carbs

Low-fat food items, contain the same amount of sugar as their full fat counterparts, sometimes a little more and it’s the sugar which makes you fat
When your energy level slumps mid-afternoon you fuel your brain with a little sugar energy – right ? Wrong, sugar hits the snooze button on your alarm clock.
In a mouse eat mouse world – to make it, a mouse needs to be tenacious, strong as a lion & tough as nails. It is all about survival of the fittest…
The 250 mg of cholesterol in egg WILL send cholesterol levels through the roof – so oatmeal is best. When tested head-2-head, surprisingly eggs trump oat meal.
Officially, the brain runs on carbohydrates, but in the elderly at least, too many carbohydrates, in the diet, hasten foggy thinking.
Mice adapted to living at high altitudes, have special chemistry, allowing them to SAFELY squeeze more juice out of carbs, but you probably don’t.
Photographers use the rule of thirds to get perfect photos. All of us should apply the rule of thirds to our plates, to get “perfect” metabolism.
If you have a few extra pounds to lose – be a little rebellious, break the rules. A high fat diet is not a scenic route to a heart attack and is way quicker.
Bucketfuls of fruit are giving zoo gorilla’s pot bellies and heart disease. Discover how zookeepers are fighting back with the customized G-diet.
Your latest snack has initiated a scramble to get the levels of nutrients down, as quickly as possible, to avoid long term damage to your blood vessels.
If you’re a red blooded male, I am sure you want to know how you can grow your own personal chick magnet... insulin determines how good you look.
One thing that is probably certain, is that being fat, has very little to do with eating “fat”. Could the problem have something to do with GRAINS ?

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