The key to eating right in the first place is the same key to eating right after you finish an HCG diet series. I center my food choices around healthy protein and fat, with very little carb. This is what the research on obesity shows to be the best way to stop the process of storing fat. I’ll have to review that topic at another time, because so many people are deathly afraid of fat. Are you one of them?
Of course, let me say once again that the low-fat craze is the worst diet plague ever inflicted on humankind. The whole concept of low-fat anything is such dogma that doctors, nutritionists, and many others who ought to know better continue to repeat it mindlessly. It is just plain ridiculous.
Best Way to Start the Day
Here is my favorite breakfast. Yes, you are seeing straight. That is a real nice rib-eye steak, accompanied by four eggs (fried in butter!). There is absolutely nothing wrong with this meal, and everything right with it. It has no effect on my cholesterol level, the amount of fat that I store in my body, or anything else that is supposed to be harmful. And it is delicious! (Lots of garlic on it, too.)
The [TAG-TEC]HCG weight loss diet[/TAG-TEC] would be completely unnecessary, and the [TAG-TEC]obesity epidemic[/TAG-TEC] would not exist, if more people ate more food like my favorite breakfast. Hey, I know the science behind these claims. The research goes back almost 200 years, and the truth of what I am saying here is crystal clear.
I hope this shakes you up enough to dig into the research yourself. You are going to be shocked when you get to the bottom of modern dietary mythologies and see how you’ve been misinformed for so long.
Eat steak! Eat all the eggs you want! Drown your food in real butter! It is all good.
Whew! Thanks for enjoying my semi-rant. There is a lot more where that came from. What fun!
All the best in natural health,
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