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It’s been proven to be more addictive than cocaine…
The secret ingredient found in most foods that’s steadily adding fat to your body
Do you remember the big stink in the U.S. a few years back surrounding McDonald’s and their food, most notably French fries? It was the big trans-fat scare! That’s right, we were being poisoned by the evil clown with deadly fat and something had to be done!
Yeah, because we’re not adults or anything…
So the government stepped in and the burger giant was forced to change their frying oil. On the surface of it, it’s nice of good old Uncle Sam to take care of us right? To watch out for we, the ignorant masses, and make sure that when we’re shoving super-sized fries into our feed holes that they’re not entirely unhealthy!
Okay… but do you know that despite the choice you make to visit Mickey Dee’s, there is in fact something found in virtually every can, box or bag of food in the grocery aisle that’s incredibly addictive, almost immediately turns to fat when you eat it and is one of the leading causes of most of the ailments we suffer today?
So what is this killer, which is not only ignored by the government but actually supported by it?
That’s right, processed sugar in its many forms is one of the most used ingredients in all processed and packaged foods. That includes regular white sugar, brown sugar, corn syrup, maltodextrin and a host of others.
Want proof? Try this experiment the next time you go shopping. Walk down the aisles and examine the stuff you normally buy. Including stuff you wouldn’t even think they’d put sugar in – soup, salad dressing, instant potatoes, juice, frozen foods and even baby foods…
Now, if you read the list of ingredients you’ll find some of the sugars I mentioned above. Keep in mind that this list of ingredients is organized from the highest concentration to the lowest. So if some kind of sugar is listed in the first three ingredients – and it’s often #1 or #2 – then you’re eating a whole lot of it.
Sugar is a killer and, while okay in small quantities, is extremely unhealthy, fattening and addictive. That’s right – thousands of independent clinical studies have shown that sugar is more addictive than cocaine and even heroine…
…and it’s in virtually everything we eat!
So is it any wonder why you might find it hard to drop the poundage?
Here’s something else to ponder before we say goodbye. There’s actually a list of vegetables that are routinely served in restaurants and found in the produce section of the grocery store that are generally thought to be healthy… but are actually very bad for you and inhibit your ability to drop weight!
Health, fitness and weight loss are complex issues and we’ve been fed a lot of myths over the years. That’s why I’ve made it my goal in life to share the truth about foods, exercise and weight loss that we westerners have been denied for so long!
If you’re looking to lose weight, have ever struggled with your weight or are just sick and tired of paying for the next big fitness craze, diet or gizmo that never seems to work, then I’d like to invite you to learn more about the foods you eat and the way your body works.
Click This link now and watch my presentation where I’ll reveal some of the biggest weight loss myths and prove to you through hard science why they don’t work and how we’ve all been bilked for billions!
Trying To Lose Weight? Avoid these common mistakes
The blind race started to lose weight and appear in a harmonious, harmonious body, and people were armed with random diets without any knowledge of the right mechanism to achieve their goal. Some diets work, while other viruses have an adverse effect on their followers. But there is no need to worry because we will warn you about the mistakes of people trying to lose weight so that they do not fall victim to it.
Do not read food wrappers: Food companies make many health claims to deceive the consumer. For example, sugar may disappear behind other names such as fructose, glucose, dextrose and others.
One serving does not mean “whole package”: Any food package may consist of several servings, so read the food contents in search of the size of the ration, and then calculate the number of calories accurately and avoid the error.
Do not weigh yourself frequently: Weight fluctuates due to menstrual cycle or increased muscle mass, and repeated weight measurement causes frustration and ease of surrender, because the difference may be little or even without a difference. It is recommended to measure the waist circumference, chest and buttocks and to perform weight measurement every two weeks.
Focus on cardio exercises without strength exercises: Do you have weight, although you follow a good diet and exercise cardio regularly? You need to practice resistance exercises to build muscle, burn fat and increase metabolic rate. The best policy is a day for cardio and a day for resistance exercises.
Have you given up on some meals? Many people are abandoning breakfast or lunch to reduce calories, but it will cause a decrease in metabolic rate and a desire for unhealthy foods, which is not needed.
Do not restrict yourself too much: Reducing the amount of food will definitely reduce your weight, but it is wrong to starve because it will cause a decrease in your metabolic rate and therefore a greater difficulty in losing weight.
A radical abandonment of bad foods: Sudden disruptions will cause unbridled desire, so reduce the amount of bad foods gradually until your taste papillae become satisfied with a small amount of satisfaction. It is also good to eat your favorite foods once or twice a week.
Insomnia is enough: insomnia reduces leptin secretion (leptin-) and increases the hunger hormone ghrelin-so it is necessary to sleep enough.
Do not eat enough fiber: The fiber absorbs water, so you will feel saturated, reduce fat absorption, and help control your blood sugar level. You can eat vegetables, fruits and whole grains to achieve the best results.
Excessive eating healthy: All foods contain calories and excessive intake will cause accumulation of calories, and therefore overweight. Instead they took reasonable shares of everything.
Exercise at the wrong time: Some exercise after breakfast or after lunch an hour or two and this burns energy from food instead of burning stored fat. If you do not have problems with stress and blood sugar, morning exercises on an empty stomach are the best or you can exercise after four hours of lunch.