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FOOD for Thoughts

For years and years, we've been told by doctors, public health authorities, and the food industry that we should avoid consumption of butter, cheese, coconut products, and other foods high in saturated fat…

… This is exactly what the Standard American Low-Fat Diet, aka-SAD Diet (no wonder why) has recommended all over the world for decades.

This "low-fat craze" that has long dominated the world of nutrition has led us all to believe that we should shun fats altogether, and instead eat more processed carbohydrates that is far more profitable for the makers!

The result?

We're fatter than ever. We're sicker than ever. Childhood obesity rates have skyrocketed…

And we are now more addicted to fattening carbs and sugar than any other time in history, which leaves us dependent on burning sugars for fuel making it nearly impossible to lose belly fat…

Harvard research even cited several studies concluding the USDA food guide pyramid that pushing the "low fat agenda" is fraudulent [2].

"A growing body of evidence has been pointing to its (low fat diets) inadequacy for weight loss or prevention of heart disease and several cancers."

FAT FOOD LIE #1: Eating Fatty Foods Will Make You Fat & Saturated Fats Cause Heart Attacks

A study published in 2011 gathered data from 21 studies and included nearly 348,000 adults, found NO difference in the risks of heart disease and stroke between people with the lowest and highest intakes of saturated fat [3]. Countless studies now prove saturated fats from the right food sources have NOTHING to do with heart disease and sickness [4,5]. In fact, it's the exact opposite of what you've been misled to believe… … Super Fat foods like butter, for example, are rich in essential fats and rarely consumed vitamins like K2, which can reduce the risk of heart disease by a whopping 69% [73]. You just have to understand how to eat the right kind of butter… at the right times… along with what foods to eat it with to ensure you experience each and every one of these same amazing health benefits.

It is time to retire the low-fat diet fad, once and for all!

FAT FOOD LIE #2: Meat Is Fattening, Causes Cancer & Shortens Life Span

We've often heard that "fatty" meat causes heart disease, cancer, and rots your colon…

… But the actual published research proves once and for all these are just MYTHS.

In 2010 there was a huge study published where researchers collected data from twenty studies done on over 1 million people.

The result? They found NO link between consumption of unprocessed red meat and heart disease [6].

There was also more research conducted in Europe where they followed over 400,000 people and found NO link between eating unprocessed meat and diseases [7].

Additionally, history shows that the RIGHT TYPE of fatty red meat eaten at the right time is one of the most nutritious foods you can eat. It's loaded with Super Fats… protein… vitamins… minerals… antioxidants and other fat burning nutrients that can help you live longer, feel better, build muscle, and burn more belly fat. As long as you eat the RIGHT types of red meat, you can indulge in your favorite greasy steak "guilt free"—all while extending your lifespan and achieving your weight loss goals even faster. Can't you just smell the Super Fat steak sizzling right now? And you can rest easy knowing that history (and science) proves [6,7] every bite is taking you closer to your health and longevity goals.

Cholesterol Found In Fatty Foods Clogs Your Arteries & Leads To Heart Disease Egg yolks are the perfect example of the false believe, because it's the healthiest part of an egg. They're loaded with nutrient This is how your body works to maintain the proper balance in your bloodstream. dense, antioxidant-rich, vitamins and minerals. In fact, whole eggs have been shown to raise the GOOD cholesterol inside your body and therefore, their cholesterol content is NOT associated with increased risk of heart disease. Of course, just like anything in life, more is not necessarily better, and keep eating your whole eggs…Not just the yolk! All of this means one thing: the calories derived from egg yolks contain dense nutrients like folate, selenium, zinc, iron, phosphorus, vitamin B-12 and B-6 that instantly convert to an energy source which can help you lose more belly fat.

THIS one will blow your mind…


Evidence-based research shows the amount of cholesterol you have in your diet has little to NO effect on cholesterol levels found in your blood.

What about cholesterol being linked to heart disease?

It's another myth.

The most recent, high-quality studies have shown that foods containing cholesterol are NOT associated with an increased risk of heart disease

As your dietary intake of cholesterol goes down, your body simply adapts by making more. Conversely, when you eat larger amounts of cholesterol, your body makes LESS because you're getting it from a high-quality food source.

FAT FOOD LIE #4: High Fat Foods With Salt Cause High Blood Pressure & Belly Bloat

It's time we all learn the REAL TRUTH about salt: the fear of salt went mainstream in the 1960s when Lewis Dahl revealed his study results supposedly "proved" that salt caused hypertension in rats.

He forced each rat to eat the human equivalent of 500 grams of sodium a day, which caused the rats high blood pressure.

But who REALLY consumes 500 grams of sodium a day? Nobody.

The average daily sodium intake for Americans, from age 2 and older is 3,436 mg, which is 145 times LOWER than the amount this study used.

Here we are more than 40 years later... after the CDC, FDA and all other misleading organizations started demonizing salt, not ONE single study has ever proven that salt causes hypertension – because it doesn't.

The irony? Research shows avoiding salt can be more dangerous.

Two published research studies show that LOW sodium can lead to insulin resistance [16] and increased risks of stroke and heart attacks [17].

This is why high sodium fatty foods, like bacon, should be a staple in your diet. Most people assume this delicious fatty food will clog up your arteries and give you high blood pressure… … But truth be told when bacon is consumed in moderation it can be an amazing fat burning food. First of all, bacon is loaded with "friendly" Super Fats. A pasture-raised portion of bacon is about 50% monounsaturated, 40% saturated and 10% polyunsaturated fats. Bacon is also surprisingly nutritious: A typical 100-gram portion contains 37 grams of protein, tons of B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and B12), selenium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, zinc and potassium.

What about the nitrates?

Finally, the nitrates in bacon are NOT harmful to your health like previously thought.

In fact, vegetables are loaded with nitrates and even our saliva contains more nitrates than bacon and veggies combined.

And guess what?

These high fat salty foods are staple part of the French lifestyle for hundreds of years ...

... a clear indication of why they are skinnier and live longer than the rest of the world.

There was also more research conducted in Europe where they followed over 400,000 people and found NO link between eating unprocessed fatty meat and diseases.

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