Tag Archives: Obesity

Consuming too much sugar is not a healthy choice

Sugar Associated Disorders : Obesity, diabetes, depression, Heart disease, High Blood Pressure, Cancer (breast, colon or rectal cancer), Addiction, Allergies, Anxiety, Asthma, yeast infections, digestive problems, difficulty concentrating, colitis, ulcers, eating disorders, mood swings, edema, emotional problems, high triglyceride levels, hormonal dis- balances, insomnia, menstrual problems, vision problems, teeth decay, weakened immunity, acne, eczema, psoriasis, mental illness, liver dysfunction and muscle pain.

Rice, potato & Banana increase the blood glucose level more than sugar

The glycemic index (GI) is an exciting, new approach to preventing obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Sugar makes our blood glucose rise. It’s, but so does a potato and the slice of bread too. Science has proven that all carbohydrates raise the blood glucose levels. Especially, rice and potato increase the blood glucose twice than sugar. The knowledge of glycemic index will help us sort out that how the foods affect our blood glucose levels. 5 grams of potato increase blood sugar level more than the 5 grams of sugar. Rice, potato and corns have properties to increase the body weight. Glycemic index of 100- Sugar, white bread and white bread products, ripe banana’s Glycemic index is greater than 100.

Rice, corn flakes, ice- cream, fried potato – Glycemic index 90 to 99

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The choices we make are responsible to make us ill. Make good choices.

Researchers fed hamsters (a kind of mice) a high fructose diet (kind of soft drink). The hamsters have gotten a metabolism/ insulin resistance problem, similar to humans. After few weeks of that diet hamsters got high triglyceride. Result: the choices we make are responsible to make us ill most of the times. Take care of general health. Eat green and colorful vegetables and drink crystal clean fresh water and try to do exercise every day.

Fiber helps prevent diabetes, constipation, colon cancer, hemorrhoids and obesity

Fiber prevents constipation, colon cancer, hemorrhoids, heart disease, and obesity. Fiber contributes to a feeling of fullness and lowers the glycemic index of your meal. It helps prevent insulin resistance/ diabetes. Whole wheat bread, fresh fruits and vegetables are the good source of fiber. Drink 8 to 10 glasses of fresh crystal clean water daily.

Diabetes-II: The Consequence of Obesity

Diabetes- 2 is one of many diseases linked to obesity. Cut sugar, wheat, rice and potato products and lose weight. Eat fresh green leafy vegetables and 8 to 10 glasses of clean fresh water and yogurt every day. It may help to slow Diabetes- II. For good health healthy lifestyle and diet is important. You can not buy your health by pills, you should earn it through healthy choices. From doctors you can only receive symptomatic relief for your conditions.

Misconception about Fat/ Oil

There is a misconception that low fat diets prevent us from heart disease. But the truth is that the low fat diets have not help people to lose weight and prevent from cardiovascular disease. The major culprit of obesity/over weight are refined carbohydrates (Sugar, cake, potato, rice, soda pop, bread/Roti or flour products).

Fats have always been a part of human life. Fats and oils are technically known as Lipids. Without them, we could not survive. Four vitamins – A, D, E and K are fat- soluble vitamins. Our brain is also fat. Therefore, the moderate amount of fat is good for health. Especially, Coconut oil is good for health. Omega-3 oil also promotes the health. Moderate amount of Coconut oil is good and it supports the healthy heart.