22 – Sugar slumps, water intake, and Whole Foods mistake


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Health Hype by John Stossel

Eating high sugar foods doesn’t necessarily induce hyperactivity; but beware the blood sugar swings

Lots of carbs require lots of insulin, which can lead to lots of unhealthy issues

Lower blood sugar typically leads to feeling in a slump and induces more carb cravings

Most kids are able to burn off excess carbs, even though such an eating regimen isn’t healthy

Foods also contain water; just make sure you’re adequately hydrated throughout the day

Is Whole Foods Market backing away from health? by Kevin Koskella

Low-Carb Community Responds To Whole Foods Exclusively Marketing A Low-Fat, Vegetarian Diet by Jimmy Moore

Fat (including saturated fat) is not the culprit in unhealthiness

Stay tuned for next week’s interview with Jimmy Moore!

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