Posts Tagged ‘Heart disease’
There’s a lot of buzz going on right now about a 60 Minutes presentation on sugar. To give you this simple version: Sugar is bad. It’s making you fat; it’s giving you pain; it’s giving you diabetes; it’s giving you heart disease; it will kill you if you don’t get it under control. My dad died 2 years ago from a heart attack at the age of 50. He had diabetes, gout, hypertension, and was pretty much walking proof that what Dr. Lustig says is true. Don’t let that happen to you. Your health is important.
Below are two versions, a short version for those who don’t want to devote 90 minutes, and the full version. Learn the truth, and live differently.
I recently threw up the following on Facebook: “Everyone who is over-fat, or under-muscled is sleep deprived. Sleep as much as you can without getting divorced or fired.” This comment created a little buzz, and someone posted that they sleep fine. This person may or may not be right, but it got me thinking: most people don’t know what good sleep is. I meet with people every week that tell me they have “good sleep.” “Good sleep”…what does that even mean? Most people can’t tell what good sleep is, therefore how can they know if they sleep well?
People have been debating for the last few decades whether or not eggs are good for us. First they’re bad for us, then they’re good for us, now the white is good for us but the yolk is bad. WHICH IS IT?
Eggs are believed to be bad for us because of one reason: Cholesterol. It is recommended that we limit our intake of dietary cholesterol to 300mg or less per day to help prevent heart disease. Here’s the question: does this work? Well lets look at the scientific results. Read the rest of this entry »