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No Added Sugar Diet We are supposed to believe that each of these categories makes a food healthier. Fat free, but full of sugar and chemicals.
Reduced fat, but increased carbohydrates. Low fat, but high glycemic index. Sugar free, but artificial everything else. No added sugar… because the all natural version has enough sugar to give you type II diabetes anyway.
Consider the logic that food manufactures would have us believe: In fact, a study at John Hopkins University recently determined a link between high blood sugar and heart disease. This means high glycemic foods, such as the candy I just mentioned as well as many similar products, are inherently unhealthy.
Diet Soda Why is it good? A sugar free version of the popular carbonated beverage that you can drink on the go. Why is it bad?
OK, so soda is horrible for you, but take out the sugar and add in carcinogenic artificial sweeteners, combined with the artificial flavors and colors that are in all sodas, and you have a recipe for a Tumor in a Can.
Unfortunately the caffeine is an oh-so-good afternoon supplement. Sushi made with white rice and imitation crab meat or vegetables Why is it good? Seaweed contains essential nutrients such as selenium, calcium, iodine, and omega-3 fats. Sushi is nearly always wrapped in seaweed.
They are just small, compact, high glycemic, high calorie, carbohydrate nuggets. It is mostly just a crab flavored tofu-like substance fortified with sugar, sugar, and more sugar.
In order to get some healthy carbs, some high-quality protein, and the benefits of omega-3 fats, choose real sushi made with salmon or tuna. To make it even healthier, order sashimi instead of white rice. Peanuts Why is it good?
Peanuts contain healthy fats that contribute to the reduction in triglycerides, which are known to promote cardiovascular disease. In addition to monosaturated fatty acids, peanuts also contain magnesium, vitamin E, arginine, fiber, copper and folate all of which help to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Aside from being high in fat and calories, peanuts also are loaded with omega-6 fats that distort the omega-3 to omega-6 ratio. This ratio says that your intake of each omega fatty acid should be 1: The reasons why this ratio is recommended is a topic for a whole other article.
All we need to know is that the American diet is typically from Peanuts are often contaminated with a carcinogenic mold called aflatoxin, and they are also one of the most pesticide-contaminated crops. Olive oil is very low in omega-6 fats. But honestly, if you want the peanuts you should just eat them.
Reduced-Fat Peanut Butter Why is it good? All peanut butter provides a heart-healthy substantial quantity of monounsaturated fat. Most commercial peanut butters are made with the same type of sugar that cake frosting is made with. Reducing the fat makes it even worse because even MORE nasty sugar is added and they contain less healthy fat.
As with peanuts, choose almonds or all natural organic peanut butter instead. Just remember to pour off the top layer of oil and replace it with olive oil if the resulting peanut brick is too stiff.
I personally, after switching to all-natural, can no longer stomach commercial peanut butter. Corn Oil Why is it good? In the true spirit of peanuts, corn oil has 60 times more omega-6s than omega-3s. Omega-6 fatty acids increase inflammation, which boosts your risk of cancer, arthritis, and obesity.
This is why we prefer a balanced ratio of omega-3s, which are found in walnuts, fish, and flaxseed.
Canola or Olive oils, which have a far better ratio of omega-6s to omega-3s. In my humble opinion, choose olive oil instead since canola oil has some less important issues of its own.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License. This means you're free to copy and share these comics (but not to sell them).
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