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Reduce Fat They Say

Updated: Jun 14, 2023

Over the past several decades, the focus has been on reducing fat intake.

In a study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, "Types of Dietary Fat and Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: A Critical Review," the following was noted:

  • “Dietary fat” has been synonymous with obesity and heart disease.

  • “Low fat” and “fat free” have been synonymous with heart health.

  • Food industry has produced commercial products that are low fat and fat free but high amounts of refined carbs and sugar.

Ironically, while dietary fat intake has DECLINED, total calories and prevalence of OBESITY and TYPE 2 DIABETES has grown dramatically.

Things that make you think….

Let’s keep it simple.

  1. Stop eating processed foods filled with chemicals, high sugar, and refined carbs.

  2. Cut the sweets. You don’t want to be in the vicious cycle of blood sugar spiking then crashing and continuing to repeat. It is not good for your immune, cardiovascular or endocrine systems.

  3. Reduce/Eliminate Alcohol. Another topic for another day.

  4. Eat real, nutrient dense foods.

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