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Can our diets be feeding Cancer, and contributing to Alzheimer’s, diabetes, heart disease many of our other health issues?

As promised to many of our customers, I have been looking into what we eat that may be making people sick. I had to try it for myself before writing anything up on it. I encourage everyone to do there own investigating.

I have found that sugar and simple carbohydrates may be feeding cancer, by increasing blood sugar.

My personal experience with changing my diet:
I changed my diet starting out over a year ago going gluten free. Going just gluten free did not seem to be enough. (Most likely because substituting rice for wheat still increased blood sugar.) In July 2012 I cut out all sugars and grains. I replaced my sugar with Stevia and all my grains with almond meal and flaxseed meal. I even cut out potatoes (because of the starch) and replaced them with cauliflower. I did not think I could live without my potatoes; however I have found that cauliflower tastes great, frying and mashing. Cauliflower also is a great substitute for rice.  Instead of pasta, I now use spaghetti squash. And I replaced processed milk with heavy cream, greek yogurt, and coconut milk.

I have been eating over 2000 calories a day. I am eating red meat, chicken and fish. I get my natural sugars and complex carbohydrates from fruits and vegetables. I have been using coconut oil, olive oil, flaxseed oil, and butter. And of course lots of cheese. We are fortunate that we live in Iowa and can find beef mainly grass fed and we have farmers markets. We are planting our own gardens and canning.

My favorite drink is water with lemon and Stevia. And of course my Cellfood.

I thought changing my diet so drastically would be difficult; however I found it to be easy. It has also been very easy to stick with because everything is so flavorful. The hardest thing was to learn to read the labels and trying no grain, no sugar recipes. You can find abundant websites on the internet for recipes that use simple ingredients.

I do try and eat a meat, vegetable and fruit at every meal for a balanced diet.

Everyone is individual and may process foods differently. This is what worked for me.

I have found that if I try a processed food now, it sometimes tastes like chemicals to me.

As a healthy active individual to begin with, here are my results.
No more bloating
Lost access weight and have not gained it back
Not hungry, (the carbohydrates and sugars make you hungry by increasing insulin)
Clearer mind
No indigestion
No more sleepiness after eating. And I am not munching 10 minutes after a meal.

I found shopping was a whole new experience. Have you ever tried to find processed foods without added sugar? It is almost impossible, however many of our stores are now stocking items with no added sugar and gluten free products. I was shocked to find added sugar in beef and chicken broth! Only when we stop purchasing products that are not good for us, will companies cut out the unhealthy ingredients.

Some hints when reading labels:

If it has sugar on the nutritional label without added sugar in the ingredients list, they are natural sugars.

If you have an item with 5 grams carbohydrates and 3 grams of fiber, that will give you 2 grams of carbohydrates.

Other hints to cut carbohydrates:

If you eat pasta, eat ½ cup and put lots of butter on it. Fats slow the absorption of the carbohydrates.

My favorite snack is an apple with organic peanut butter. The fats in the peanut butter slow down the absorption of the sugars in the apple. Or try a fruit and cheese slices. Munching on nuts and sunflower seeds is so filling. I use to be a popcorn addict and I don’t miss it now.

Choose a piece of fruit instead of fruit juice, which is high in naturally occurring sugars.

I know you may be a thinking “you are eating to much fat!” Yes, another reason I had to try this for so long. What if it was never the fat, but the carbs that make us fat?

With low fat diets, a persons HDL (good cholesterol) goes down. HDL collects bad cholesterol from the blood and transports it to the liver for excretion.

If it says low fat, it most likely has added sugar or fructose and many other ingredients for added flavor. When the ingredients list on labels has ‘syrup’ or anything ending in ‘ose’ like sucrose, fructose and dextrose, they are all added sugars. Companies add these unhealthy additives so the low fat food does not taste like cardboard. MSG is another product added you might want to look at.

Check the glycemic index. A measure of how a given food affects blood-glucose levels, with each food assigned a numbered rating. The lower the rating, the slower the digestion and absorption process, which provides a healthier, more gradual infusion of sugars into the bloodstream. Conversely, a high rating means blood-glucose levels are increased quickly, which stimulates the pancreas to secrete insulin to drop blood sugar levels. There are many glycemic index charts to choose from online.

Even the pet industry is catching on, I found cat and dog foods reasonably prices with no grains added, called 4Health, and can be found at Tractor Supply.

Here are some interesting links and videos on sugar, carbohydrates, gluten and their possible links to diseases. There are so many opinions out there; however this made sense to me so I tried it for myself. I encourage everyone to take a look at how our processed foods may be making us sick.

Is sugar toxic?
Links sugar to cholesterol, cancer, diabetes and heart disease.
60 Minutes /CBS

Mayo Clinic Study:
Eating lots of carbohydrates, and sugar may raise risk of cognitive impairment. The findings are published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
http://www.mayoclinic.org/news2012-rst/7128.

How cancer feeds on sugar (and other big reasons to avoid refined sweets)
Friday, November 23, 2012 by: J. D. Heyes
http://www.naturalnews.com/038071_cancer_sugar_sweets.html

Gluten Intolerance: A large population is gluten intolerant or has Celiac disease and is not aware of it.
http://www.celiac.com/articles/1164/1/Celiac-Disease-Statistics/Page1.html
http://glutenintoleranceschool.com

Here is a fun video on Why You Got Fat
And how we start storing carbohydrates as fat.

How Diet Soda Causes Weight Gain.
Explains Ph and how to balanced it. Acid reflux anyone?

What if it has all been a big fat lie?
By Gary Taubes, New York Times article
http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/07/magazine/what-if-it-s-all-been-a-big-fat-lie.html

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