Article written by Brian Way, posted
The Sugar Film". Its an Aussie made doco released in 2015.
It will entertain, stun and inform you. Its about the sugar intake of the average Aussie who thinks they are eating healthfully.
Its about how you can avoid an excessive sugar intake. Now wouldn't you like to do that?
(Please note: In several scenes there is limited use of common 'Australian vernacular'.)
Best selling books that you will find helpful in coming to grips with your sugar intake by David Gillespie. Click on the titles below for order.
Articles Fungus, How it Effects Our Health Water for Life Fructose... the deadly sweet Excitotoxins...tasty but deadly Cayenne Pepper Recipes Date Nut Cake Potato Soup Carob Crunch Cookies Walnut Loaf or Patties
A free-radical is a molecule that steals electrons from other molecules, thus altering the stability of the victim molecule, The unstable molecule then steals from another victim. If left unchecked, this cycle can continue thousands of times. These reactions can damage DNA and lead to cellular reproduction disorders such as cancer. Antioxidants, such as vitamins A, C and E, have the power to stop this deadly cascade.
Did you know that skipping breakfast could be deadly? In one study, skipping breakfast was linked to an increased risk of premature death. By far, the best meal to skip or, at least minimise, is dinner. Another study reported better weight loss, improvement in diabetic conditions, and increased thyroid efficiency among a group of 595 people who consumed their last meal of the day by 3:00 pm.
Use it; don't eat it.
Read meat is red because it is primarily composed of type II muscle fibres, which require a large amount of oxygen-rich blood. Studies have shown that consuming red meat actually increases the risk of cardiovascular disease and colon cancer.
Water can help keep your gall bladder clean. In a recent study, researches found that drinking adequate room-temperature water resulted in gallbladder emptying. Furthermore, low daily water intake has been cited as a factor in the formation of gallstones - just one more reason to drink plenty of water.
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