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by ss Daniel Kamesh kamesh (2019-01-10)

Eating the Wrong Foods - Total Money Magnetism Review The problem with counting calories is that it tells you nothing about your nutrition. When most people think of weight loss, they think, "If I only eat less, I can lose weight." True, our portion size has increased over the last 20 years. But even more important than portion size is the quality of foods we are choosing. Eat better, not less. Better choices are not always clear. Our food has changed so much in the last 20 years with preservatives, additives, artificial colors, artificial flavors, and more. Where do you start at even knowing what choices are better Eat the Way our Ancestors did. Our food has changed in the last 50 years. Never before has such high sugar and high fat foods been so available. The major diseases we are seeing now are due to excessive intake of high fat and sugar foods, obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. Simplify the food you eat. The less it's fooled around with - the better! Making the switch to eating whole foods will increase your nutrition, your energy, your health and help your body release the extra weight. Most whole foods are low glycemic with the exception of potatoes, popcorn and a few fruits. Avoid The Big White Five. Avoid processed foods and refined foods. Processed and refined foods have much of the bran and fiber removed, along with natural vitamins and minerals. A good key is to avoid white foods: white flour, white sugar, white rice, potatoes, and popcorn. Although potatoes are not refined, they are mostly starch. These high starch and refined foods turn to sugar quickly in your body, causing a spike in blood sugar. Your body responds by releasing insulin (the carrier molecule that takes sugar into your cells). Now, the body has more sugar in the cells than it can use so it stores it for later as fat! Lack of Regular Exercise - With advances in technology, our conveniences have exploded. At the push of a button, we can order a book, communicate across the world, change the channel, open the garage door and even have our groceries delivered. Our bodies need movement and exercise to be fit and healthy. Although we are finding more convenience with technology, it's also requiring us to be more sedentary; spending our time sitting in front of computers instead of walking and moving.