When you exercise or reduce calories your fat is changed in to water and carbon dioxide. The water mixes into your circulation until it’s lost as urine or sweat and you exhale the carbon dioxide.
You lose more weight through exhaling the carbon dioxide than you do in your urine or sweat. Sounds crazy doesn’t it!
Just about everything we eat is removed via our lungs. This applies to all the carbohydrate, proteins and fats that we eat are changed into water and carbon dioxide, even alcohol is removed via the lungs and urine.
Only dietary fibre goes in to your colon. Everything else you ingest goes into your organs and bloodstream and then evaporated in your breathing.
Investigators report that industry misled us all!!
They misled us that it was fats
In the 1960s, a debate began over the effect of sugar and fats on cardiovascular disease. Researchers say that the sugar industry, wanting to influence the discussion, funded research to look into sugar consumption.
And when it found data suggesting that sugar was harmful, the powerful industry pointed a finger at fats.
Newly uncovered historical documents indicate the industry never disclosed the findings of its work and effectively misled the public to protect its economic interests.
The researchers’ claim that the sugar industry misled the public mirror accusations the tobacco industry faced. A trial was held in 2004 to determine whether tobacco industry officials had intentionally deceived Americans for years into thinking that smoking did not cause cancer, despite acknowledging the dangers of smoking among themselves.
Eight months later, the tobacco industry was asked to pay $10 billion over five years to help millions of Americans quit smoking. The penalty was less than 8 percent of what the government had asked for when proceedings began.
Recent research is reporting that common Cinnamon which is popular food ingredient can lower cholesterol levels, relieve Alzheimer’s disease symptoms and is associated with decreasing the risk of diabetes and obesity.
Cinnamon is an obesity killer. A tablespoon per day will help you lose 30 pounds within a month!
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How Seniors & The Obese Can Prevent Injury During Exercise
Seniors and the obese need to exercise in the same way that younger people do, and are susceptible to injury in the same way. With proper guidance and planning, injuries can be avoided in people of all ages. Exercise-related injuries are common and can be incredibly painful. In seniors, they can cause serious complications, which may take a long time to heal. It therefore, best when seniors are exercising, they are wary of potential injuries to limit the likelihood of injuring themselves. Below are some of the main ways seniors can prevent injury during exercise. Continue reading “How Seniors & The Obese Can Prevent Injury During Exercise”
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How to Breathe Correctly and What it Can do for You
The way you breathe has a huge impact on your stress levels and can do a great deal to make you more or less stressed. That’s because our breathing is deeply connected to our sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems and regulates the release of hormones and neurotransmitters such as cortisol, testosterone, and adrenaline. Continue reading “”
Using mindfulness and CBT, it’s possible for us to change the way we react to stressful events and to essentially reprogram our stress response. Likewise, we can use this to improve our happiness, to get to sleep more easily and much more.
But when we do all this, what we’re really doing is affecting the chemistry of our brains. We’re changing the neurochemicals in our brain and that in turn, is changing the way we feel and even the way we perform. This is why it can be a good idea to learn more about what neurotransmitters really are and how they work. Once you do that, you’ll have more idea of what it is you’re actually doing to change your brain functions and in turn, this will make you more effective at it. Continue reading “How To Program Your Brain For Weight Loss”
Without a doubt, exercise is extremely important, whether you are following a low-carb, ketogenic lifestyle or not. However, exercise is able to act more efficiently when following a ketogenic diet.
Let’s face it- the primary reason you are exercising is to look good, period. Sure, health benefits are a nice secondary benefit, but if we are brutally honest, it’s because looks matter to almost all people.