- Includes 13 in depth lessons designed to educate you on the true nature of fat gain and the real cause of almost all illnesses in our world!
Lesson 1: Introduction and Background
Lesson 2: How Did The Obesity Epidemic Begin?
Lesson 3: The Origin Of The Food Guide Pyramid And The Low Fat Diet.
Lesson 4: How Is Fat Actually Stored In The Body?
Lesson 5: Does Eating Fat Make You Fat?
Lesson 6: Eat A Balanced Meal Or Use A Fad Diet?
Lesson 7: Does Eating Protein Store Fat?
Lesson 8: The Real Cause Of High Blood Pressure And High Cholesterol?
Lesson 9: Is There Anything Wrong With The "Calorie In, Calorie out" theory?
Lesson 10: Are Carbohydrates Bad?
Lesson 11: When Does Tracking Calories Come In Handy?
Lesson 12: Can Sugar Be As Addicting As Cigarettes?
Lesson 13: Important Tips For Health And Fat Loss Success
14. Bonus Videos And Content + References By Category
- This is a course I often teach in presentations around my home state! Our world of nutrition is changing drastically. Learn about why and how to become a positive part of the change!
About The Author: Matt
My Personal Fitness Journey
Determination of Quality Information
Goals For This Ebook
Brief History of Nutrition
The Science of Fat Storage
The “Well Known” Science of How The Body Stores Fat
Does This Mean You Need To Give Up “Bread” Completely To Be Healthy?
Illness and Disease
Inflammation And Heart Disease
The Cholesterol Myth
Fat Storage: The Exceptions to the Rules
Genetics, Hormones, and Insulin Sensitivity
Sugars and Starches At Night vs. Morning
Protein, Fat, Carbs, and Insulin.
What’s the significance?
Can Protein Store Fat?
Can Fat Store Fat?
Sugar: An unregulated, addictive drug?
Sugar Substitutes and Artificial Sweeteners
The Perfect Sugar substitute?
Diet Change And Sugar Withdrawal Symptoms
Can’t you just lower your calories and still eat loads of sugar and starchy carbohydrates?
So what's the best bet for healthy nutrition
and weight loss?
Controversy Meets Real Life Results
Have a Weight Loss Health Improvement Story of Your Own?
So does this mean that carbohydrates
are always the enemy?
How Do Overall Calories Play a Role?
Why it’s easier to control what you eat rather then how much you eat.
Tracking Your Progress
Review of The Basic Guidelines
For Fat Loss and Optimal Health
Summarized Strategies to Minimize the Fat Storing Effect of Sugary and Starchy Carbohydrates
Simple Meal Substitutions
The 80/20 Rule For Nutrition
Summarized “Quick Guide”
Sample Meal Plans
Bonus # 2: Healthy Grocery List
Action Plan Worksheet
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