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Eating Less Thwarts Middle-Aged Weight Gain
Lots of experts disagree over the seemingly obvious notion of keeping weight off by trying to eat less — a debate that centers on whether the practice backfires, leading to binging and weight gain.
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Dr. Blaylock’s 2009 Fat Cure
Have you stepped on the scales yet in 2009? Most of us have probably put on a pound or two from the holidays, and many of those extra pounds will still be hanging around when spring arrives, contributing to the growing obesity epidemic in this country.
America is, in fact, in the grips of an obesity epidemic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). Some of the causes are obvious. Americans eat too much and too many of the wrong foods. Many Americans don’t exercise enough and consider eating a form of entertainment.
There are also other causes of weight gain including MSG, plant protein extract, soy protein isolate, natural flavorings and many others. For a detailed list go here for my special report “Food Additives: What You Eat Can Kill You.
Also, go here for my special report “The Fat Cure.”
The beginning of a new year compels many to try the newest fad diet, which all too often doesn’t work. While I’ve never written a diet book and don’t plan to, controlling excess fat is simpleeat for health, not for pleasure. That doesn’t mean your diet has to be boring and taste bad. But any diet that makes you healthy also controls fat.
The diet plan is as follows:
1. Eat a lot of vegetables.
Eat five to 10 servings of vegetables a day. This should include a mix from the following: broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, mustard and turnip greens, kale, cilantro, endive, green lettuce, spinach, Swiss chard, bok choy, cabbage, collard greens, radishes, celery, tomatoes, artichoke, carrots, okra, turnips, onions, leeks and shallots.
2. Avoid excessive carbohydrates.
The three worst culprits are sweetened drinks (sodas and fruits drinks), pasta and breads. While desserts are bad, they are never eaten in as high a volume as these three are.
3. Avoid most red meats.
If you want an occasional steak, make sure the cattle are grass-fed and that all the animals are individually tested for mad cow disease. Processed meats should be avoided, since most are heavily dosed with nitrites and injected with excitotoxin additives. A recent study found that eating these meats multiplies the risk of pancreatic cancer by 62 times.
Over an extended period, no diet will work without exercise. It’s all about energy balance. If you are taking in more calories than you burn, the excess is stored as fat. To realign the balance, you need to increase the amount of energy you burn.
For in-depth diet and exercise information, go here for my special report “The Fat Cure.” You will also find information on a safe dietary supplement that boosts weight loss when combined with my diet.
One of the things I always hear from the people who follow my diet recommendations is that they feel so much better. They have more energy, they think more clearly and many of their aches and pains disappear. Try it for a healthy, slim 2009.
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