Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Weight Loss - The Most - And Least - Addictive Foods

"It's easy to claim we're "addicted" to foods like the donuts from down the street or our beloved Thai takeout. But while the concept of food addiction is controversial among researchers, there is growing evidence that highly-processed, fatty, sugary foods like pizza, chocolate, chips and cookies as uniquely problematic foods in people’s lives."

"In the latest study published on the subject, Dr. Nicole Avena of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai found that behaviors and attitudes surrounding some types of food closely followed addiction patterns. She hopes her work, recently published in the journal PLOS One, might one day contribute to the next generation of obesity and eating disorder treatment."

FoodAddiction"Notice anything? The foods that caused people the most mental distress and physical discomfort are also foods that are highly-processed or are high in added fats and sugars. They’re also more likely to have the highest levels of glycemic load, which is a measurement of how a food will raise a person’s blood sugar level after eating it. That’s no coincidence, said Avena. "

"Avena, who has been researching food addiction for over 15 years, says that hers is the first clinical study to assess the connection between how people eat certain foods and the properties of that food -- whether it be added fat, sugar or its highly-processed manufacture. She hopes that the finding could one day help struggling obese people re-frame their approach to weight loss." Source: The Huffington Post

Celebrities and professional athletes have been following for years a secret diet not revealed to the public. That diet has been made public now by acclaimed nutritionist and personal trainer Brian Flatt.

Titled ‘The 3 Week Diet’, Brian’s system reveals to people exactly how they can rapidly lose over 1 pound of body weight per day. The diet doesn’t involve starving or exercising like crazy, but instead follows a specific scientific method of including certain nutrient rich foods into the diet that, when combined, offer special fat-combating properties. There is no need to get restricted to certain types of foods like ‘no carbs’ or ‘no sugar’, but rather include ‘the good stuff’ as well to help burn the fat. This diet is extraordinary effective to lose weight and based off years of scientific research and testing to ensure its safety and effectiveness.



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