The 100: Count ONLY Sugar Calories and Lose Up to 18 Lbs. in 2 Weeks

The 100: Count ONLY Sugar Calories and Lose Up to 18 Lbs. in 2 Weeks

Jorge Cruise

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: 0062249126

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Here is the new dietary science

For years, experts have told you that "calories in, calories out" is the weight-loss solution. THEY WERE WRONG. Stunning new science has shown that certain calories do not need to be counted—EVER! This updated paperback edition, including all new recipes, will teach you to distinguish the calories that matter from the ones that do not, and will show you why counting 100 Sugar Calories promotes weight loss, helping you to lose up to 18 pounds in 2 weeks and keep it off. It's time to see where dietary science is today.

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making synthetic insulin from human origins was discovered, and has been used with great success ever since. “Insulin is the main regulator of fat storage and mobilization, and how all energy in the body is disseminated.” What does this have to do with gaining weight and fat accumulation? While insulin was first recognized for its effect on blood sugar and diabetics in the mid-1920s, the other significant outcome noticed with insulin therapy was weight gain. “The fact that insulin increases

that they skip breakfast because they feel ashamed of it. Well, there’s no need. Actually, research from the British Journal of Nutrition shows that skipping breakfast, while it does lead to slightly more intake of food during the rest of the day, still results in less eating overall at the end of the day. There’s also some evidence that this approach lowers blood sugar and causes an increase in insulin sensitivity. Think about the name “breakfast.” It actually is a phrase that defines the time

weeks and decided that it is something that works for you, you can then increase to two days a week. What to do: Have your breakfast at 11 a.m. and your last meal of the day by 8 p.m. on the day of your morning fast. Make sure you drink plenty of water, and don’t use this method on consecutive days. Instead separate your days: delay breakfast on Tuesday, and then have an early breakfast on Wednesday, do a morning fast again on Thursday. By skipping the traditional breakfast—as discussed

with cream cheese (0 SUGAR CALORIES, not 60 Calories) Dinner 1 chicken breast panfried in 1 Tbsp. olive oil, 1 Tbsp. balsamic vinegar, and 2 tsp. garlic, served with a side of 6 asparagus spears and 5 cherry tomatoes that have both been drizzled lightly with balsamic vinegar and cooked in the oven for 10 minutes at 500 degrees, then topped with 8 cubes mozzarella cheese (12 SUGAR CALORIES, not 311 calories) Treat Up to 2 glasses red wine (29 SUGAR CALORIES, not 437 Calories) TOTAL 41

foods without gaining weight doesn’t mean you are healthy. You can still have high levels of heart clogging fats from the overconsumption of sugary foods and refined starches. This is especially concerning in teens because they think that they can just catch up and eat healthy later in life, and parents often go along with this thinking, but in reality they are laying the foundation for insulin resistance and glucose intolerance, which will make them more likely to struggle with obesity,

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