Stay slim and no need to diet

The answer, therefore, is to turn the conventional food pyramid on its proverbial head, and dramatically reduce or eliminate virtually all grains and sugars, especially fructose. This in and of itself will go a long way toward preventing accumulation of excess fat. However, to be truly effective, you want to make sure you’re replacing those refined carbs with vegetables and healthful fats.
Now you’re entering into a diet that will allow your body to shift from burning carbs to burning fat (or ketones) as its primary fuel. At this point, weight loss is not the only benefit you’ll reap. Compelling research shows that this type of diet, also referred to as a ketogenic diet, is an effective prevention and even treatment strategy for cancer.
Intermittent fasting is another powerful key that will help you transition your body from obtaining the majority of its fuel from glucose stored as glycogen in your muscles and liver, to the fat stored in your tissues. This is one of the most effective ways I know of to burn off excess body fat and eliminate sugar cravings. These are all things that are well within your power to do. Next, I urge you to become involved with changing the system that has brought us to this unfortunate point in our evolution.Growing sprouts in your home is a powerful way to eat very healthy and inexpensively.
Changing your shopping patterns by supporting local agriculture will not only help improve your health, it will also help improve the environment and bring back our rural communities. One way to get involved is to simply buy more food from your local farmers. 
TAP – I’m just off to the market…….The depopulation agenda requires young people to become less sexually attractive to each other.   One way to do that is to get people to eat and especially chemicals thinking it’s food, which adds pounds to their weight.  Keep away from all corporate food sources and manufactured foods and drinks.  They are all in on the game of fattening you up.  Go to source and nature will keep you the size you’re meant to be.  Nothing wrong with fresh local meat, and dairy.  These are healthy fats and proteins, yet the media propaganda machine targets them, so you turn away from milk to coca cola.  Big mistake.
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6 Responses to “Stay slim and no need to diet”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m not saying this is bad science, it’s good information; but calorie intake IS still important!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sorry, but I don’t agree with the above comment.
    Watching calories is like watching the clock or calories in this case. Don’t ever worry about calories so long as you are not a glutton. Be sensible, eat right, eat light and to that I would add eat when you are hungry and not by the clock.


  3. Anonymous says:

    I was in for a private medical a couple of months ago and the doctor advised to reduce, pasta, rice, bread, potatoes and red meat and increase vegetables (and fruit) and that chicken and fish were good. I made a few small adjustments coupled with more exercise such as cycling and have dropped almost 1 and ½ stone. No dieting involved.


  4. Anonymous says:

    Good info folks

    They say if you can stick to a planned change for some 30 days it can become a committed change for a comfortable better way of life. for ever if the strategy is correct.

    like stopping smoking, reducing sugar in tea / coffee. even no milk in drinks & dietary changes etc.


  5. Anonymous says:

    Yes, but with respect, I’m an experienced personal trainer who works with models/athletes wanting to get in very good shape (i.e. 6-pack Abs); if you could simply eat 4000kcals of organic low carb food and get in that condition, then it would be very easy! If you’re talking about simply maintaining a “relatively” low level of body fat, then obviously it would be much easier and you could simply eat sensibly wit auto-regulation. However, a “normal” level of body fat for a man is around 15%-20%; that’s ok and probably healthy, but once you’re talking 10% and lower, you will not get ‘ripped’ by simply not eating carbs. There is even some scientific thought that periodic insulin spikes generated by high carbs spikes, may be beneficial for health…. and indeed cycling of low carb eating with an occasional high carb meal/day can work well for fat loss’ but sorry, calories do matter at some level 🙂

  6. Tapestry says:

    Interesting comments. It’s the fructose message – HFCS – which needs to get across.

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