Bananas are not only a fantastic source of quick energy but, as you so beautifully explain, here, it's powerful "medicine", too!
Most people subscribe to the notion once they lose weight, they'll become healthy.
That's "bass-ackwards"!...Once you become healthy, then, you will lose weight...automatically...easily...naturally
This is why a diet of "real", fresh, whole foods are essential for people who are obese. Obesity is a disease. It's "treatment" requires very specific "medicines" to prepare the body to shed fat. Bananas are a perfect example of this concept of weight loss.View Thread
Cutting out processed sugar and refined carbs is the most critical step.
For the past 50 years, it's been all about cutting "calories"... ...Where has cutting "calories" gotten us?
It's "what", not "how many". Refined sugar and processed carbs flood the blood stream of glucose which, in turn, illicits the production of gross amounts of insulin to rid the "poison" from the system. Then, hunger sets in, soon after...You just ate an hour ago and you're thinking "food", again. What animals on this planet feed, constantly, like this throughout the day?
Only the ones that eat fish!
slow metabolism?...family genetics?Eating "healthy" and daily exercise does not work!
Not hardly...Sugar is addictive. And, we are all addicts.View Thread
I was only kidding, jill. Actually, around the world, many countries offer the sweet-salty combination you speak of in their desserts...French European, Middle Eastern, Asian countries (China and Thailand) all use quite a bit of salt in/on their desserts. I stopped eating ice cream a while back, but one of my favorite desserts was cheddar cheese ice cream...its incredible...View Thread
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