I hope you all are staying warm. I am so looking forward to Spring. I just started working on my eat cleaner to get leaner plan. I would like to drop about 4% body fat by April. Are you in? Commit to be fit this year!
I hope you learn something from this “For Your Health” post this week. I love reading everything I can from Dr Bryan Walsh, he is so smart and ahead of the nutrition news. And you all might know that I love “Underground Wellness” Shawn is so….. COOL! So read through and let me know your thoughts.
You have to read this! Dr. Bryan Walsh, a fellow Chek Practitioner and Metabolic Typing Adviser was on the cover of Time Magazine. Dr. Walsh knows his stuff! He also is the author of http://fatisnotyourfault.com.
On the Blog “Ditch the Carbs” they wrote about the research. I know I have written about this before but it is something you should know. http://www.ditchthecarbs.com/2015/01/06/new-year-new-you-part-2
Dietary restriction of carbohydrate as the first approach in diabetes management: Critical review and evidence based- Nutrition Journal. This scientific review by international researchers present the evidence for low-carbohydrate diets as first approach for diabetes. Take a look at the review on diabetes.co.uk The researchers are now calling on government and health agencies to hold hearings on their findings and reassess their guidelines.
- Low-carbohydrate diets have continued to demonstrate effectiveness with little risk and good compliance.
- At the same time, the general failure of the low-fat approach, coupled with continuing reports of side effects of different drugs, indicates a need for reevaluation of the role for reduction in carbohydrate.
- Results include reduction of high blood glucose, the most salient feature of diabetes.
- Nothing is better for weight reduction.
- Carbohydrate-restricted diets reduce or eliminate need for medication.
- There are no side effects comparable with those seen in intensive pharmacologic treatment.
- Increased total fat and saturated fat is not associated with heart disease
- Triglycerides are controlled by carb intake not fat intake. Lowering carbs is the best way to lower triglycerides and raise HDL.
The wrong white crystals: Sugar not Salt causing hypertension and cardiometabolic disease – Openheart.BMJ. – Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the developed world and the biggest risk factor is hypertension. For too long reduction of salt has been the focus. The predominant sources of salt in the diet is processed food, which are also generally high in added sugars. Sucrose affects your sympathetic nervous system (SNS), increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, renal sodium retention, as well as insulin resistance, inflammation and other metabolic dysfunctions. High sugar diets contribute substantially to cardiometabolic disease. Drinking just 1 24 ounce soft drink raise blood pressure on average by 15/9 mm Hg and a heart rate of 9 bpm.
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