Fibre reduces Insulin – How To Lose Weight X

When we consider the nutritional benefits of food, we think about the vitamins, minerals and nutrients they contain.  We think about components in the food that nourish the body. Fibre is completely different. The key to understanding fibre’s effect is … Continued

Reduce Added Sugars – How to Lose Weight IV

The first step in virtually any weight loss program is to reduce added sugars.  Sugar is particularly fattening because it increases insulin both immediately and insidiously over the long term. Sugar is comprised of equal amounts of glucose and fructose. … Continued

Cardio-protective effect of Saturated Fats – Hormonal Obesity XXXIX

Saturated fats turned out to be not quite as toxic as we had believed once the trans fats were stripped out.  But many studies pointed out the fact that there is a chance that they may actually be protective against … Continued

Polyunsaturated Fats – Hormonal Obesity XXXVIII

As Dr. Keys warned Americans about the dangers of saturated fat, consumption of animal fats and butter declined.   The main component of animal fats is saturated fats.  Omega 6 fat content is vanishingly low.  Both butter as well as … Continued

Trans Fat and Coronary Disease – Hormonal Obesity XXXVI

Doesn’t dietary fat ‘clog up’ the arteries and cause coronary disease?  It would seem from popular press that this has been proven beyond a shadow of a shadow of a doubt.   Perhaps we had better take a closer look. … Continued

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