posted on Nov, 5 2013 @ 11:26 PM
Fact. I did a lot of research before moving over to a high-fat, moderate-protein, low carb diet.
I lost 65 lbs, my brother lost 80lbs+.
One of the most glorious things i ate would be cheese-filled hamburgers wrapped in bacon topped with sour cream, green onion. Or ranch dressing with a
side of steamed/boiled greens.
The standard american diet calls for low sugar intake, but a higher carb intake (somewhere between 200-300gs a day). Which does not make sense. As
carbs (aside from fibre) all break down to the same thing in your system. Glucose. Which triggers your insulin response, which activates your fat
cells to store it, rather than use it as fuel.
The human body is not stupid. It will burn what you consume. Eating a high fat diet literally changes the fuel system your body runs on. Its quite an
amazing diet if i do say so, and intend on hopping back on the wagon. When the full switch happens i noticed i had infinite amounts of energy, sounder
sleep, NO HEARTBURN (oh my god what a relief that was), better in the bedroom (just putting that out there).
The low-fat craze is a partial reason why people are still fat. The diet industry is a billion dollar industry and have a vested interest in keeping
people fat. These findings on saturated fat were long figured out. But there would be no profit in a skinny healthy population.
Added note: Neither me nor my brother did any extreme exercising while we dieted. It just melted off. I walked quite a bit though.
5/11/13 by AzureSky because: (no reason given)