Healthy or Not – The Simplest Nutrition Guide on Earth

Healthy or Not - The Simplest Nutrition Guide on EarthClick Image To Read More…If your goal is to get faster results, burn more fat and live a healthier lifestyle, I’m sure you already know how critical smart food choices are.

All the top personal trainers and body transformation experts say it: Fat loss is at least 80% nutrition. 

Isn’t that a good reason to learn the truth about common foods TODAY and supercharge your results?

Are these 3 pound packing foods still in your kitchen? Here’s what the Food Industry forgot to tell you about them…

Unless you’ve been hiding in a cave for the last few years, you know that trans fats are to be avoided at all costs. Hundreds of studies prove that they make your body store more fat, and that consuming just a little bit increases your risk of heart disease.

Well, you might be interested to know that research at the University of Florida at Gainesville found that common non-hydrogenated vegetable oils (corn, soy, canola, sunflower, safflower) contain up to 4.6% trans fat that’s not on the label.

How is this scam even possible? Let’s take a look at the manufacturing process of refined vegetable oil,  the #1 ingredient in margarine:

During this 5-step processing, the delicate omega-3 fats and other delicate nutrients are not only destroyed; some of them are turned into dangerous trans fats.

Don’t be fooled: the “trans fat free” label you read on every margarine packaging out there is wrong. The nutritional value is based off what the product is supposed to contain, not what it really contains.

There’s nothing better than to start your day with a big glass of 100% pure orange juice, right? 

Unlike what clever advertising led you to believe, even 100% pure fruit juice isn’t anything like a whole fruit: it’s way more fattening.

Wait, it gets worse. Fruit juice is very high in fructose, the most unhealthy kind of sugar there is. 

On top of that, fruit juice lacks the fiber and different micronutrients contained in whole fruits, which makes it spike your blood sugar and promote fat gain basically like soda.

Have diet soda manufacturers forgot to tell you that numerous studies prove that even if it contains no calories, diet soda is actually more fattening than regular sugar-laden soda?

Have they forgot to tell you that aspartame and other artificial sweeteners have been linked to cancer and account for more than 75% of adverse food reactions reported to the FDA?

A can of diet soda won’t do you much harm. The problem is: more than 6,000 food products in the US contain artificial sweeteners, ranging from yogurt to cereal and condiments.

Believe it or not, this used to be accepted as a fact. Other outrageous claims from the early 20th century include:

While all these claims may sound like a hilarious joke these days, they once were considered “common knowledge”, because people thought these ads were the absolute truth… Read more…

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