The world's major papers
keep reporting about soaring health care costs associated with exploding obesity
rates. There is no suggestion, however, of a solution to the problem. Is
there a solution?
First of all we need to find out a reason for this growing mountain of
fat that is killing us.
Why do we put on
We know now that the traditional explanation - that of overeating - is wrong.
People eat when they’re hungry, and they stop when they’re full. The problem
lies in hormonal imbalance inside our bodies, an imbalance that deprives us of
the energy to live life to the full, and instead stores the energy as fat.
So what influences human hormonal balance? And, more to the point, can you
control your hormonal balance?
The three biggest
There are no prizes for guessing which one of those three is the easiest to
control. There is nothing you can do about your genetics (except envy those who
can eat anything they like because they chose their parents well...) It is very
hard to control the stress in our modern lives. However, you have 100% control
of what you are putting into your mouth!
The number one nutrient that negatively affects human hormonal balance is
well known - it's sugar. The health and beauty of nations is directly
related to its consumption. The per capita consumption of sugar has increased
fifteen-fold over the last 100 years.
Ever wondered why the French remain slim despite eating far more calories than
we do, with their rich, fatty cuisine? That's right, it's because they drink
wine instead of sugary soft drinks!
It's very sad that this information - backed by genuine science - cannot
realistically compete with advertising budgets of big sugar and soft drink
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