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Does Insulin Make You Fat?

Does Insulin Make You Fat?
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Have you heard the one where the question is asked, "Do these clothes make me look fat?" And the reply is; "No... the fat makes you look fat." It is often promoted, by many doctors, nutritionists and other professionals that insulin is responsible for loading fat into our cells. For the past 29...
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Chris Dove
If consuming too much refined carbohydrate causes an overload of insulin that ultimately drives the glucose level too low which ca... Read More
Monday, 27 February 2017 13:26
Ken Thomas
Chris, Excellent question! Actually, that is the subject of a blog that I am currently working on. But, to answer your question ... Read More
Monday, 27 February 2017 16:08
Sean Carney
Very Interesting Ken. And, Thanks Chris for asking such interesting questions.
Monday, 27 February 2017 16:22
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Are Plant Foods Low-Fat or No-Fat?

Are Plant Foods Low-Fat or No-Fat?
Because I emphasize a low-fat version of a whole-food, plant-based diet, some people may think that I consider all fat a bad thing. That's absolutely untrue. The human body requires fat. Our bodies use fat for for energy, to help us absorb certain vitamins and minerals, and to build the membranes of our body's more...
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Sue Louise Gilmore
Love this! No such thing as a no-fat diet if we get enough calories. Totally amazed me the first time I learned that even lettuce ... Read More
Tuesday, 20 February 2018 18:20
Chris Dove
There are no "good" fats. Only "essential" fats in adequate quantities.
Tuesday, 20 February 2018 19:50
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Our Beloved Fats and Evil Carbs

Our Beloved Fats and Evil Carbs
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Over the years, our society has discovered new dietary insights. Each new discovery results in a shift to a different and highly popular diet coined with its own name. Currently, some of the most popular diets are Paleo, Mediterranean and the old faithful Adkins diet. Moving past the 1950’s, as America continued to...
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