The top 3 ageing foods

Refined Sugar

  • Sugar 100% sucrose
  • Sucrose is made of glucose responsible of raising Glycemic Index in the blood and get transformed and stored into fat
  • Eight times more addictive than heroin, causes loss of will power
  • Stimulates negative thinking which triggers the release of cortisol, stress hormone, responsible for weight gain
  • Number one responsible for obesity and visceral fat
  • Feeds the growth of bad bacteria, yeast and fungi in the guts which produce constant cravings

Flour

  • Industrial refined flour has almost all nutrients taken away
  • It all gets turned into sugar
  • It turns into glue (mucus)
  • It causes fluid retention in the body
  • It thickens the blood and produces inflammation
  • It is highly addictive
  • Creates constipation promoting weight gain
  • Contains pesticides and other chemicals very hazardous to health
  • It often comes from Genetically Modified grains

Cooking oils

  • No nutritional values
  • Full of “empty” calories
  • Trigger a constant desire for eating as they sit at the bottom of the stomach yet not reaching the satiety receptors (positioned at the top)
  • Highly toxic
  • Many are labelled as cholesterol free yet are very detrimental to the circulatory system.
  • Because of their highly processed form, the body cannot assimilate them, therefore they stay in the liver and contribute to obesity.
  • Highly addictive
  • Absorb toxins like a sponge which are kept in the body
  • Neutralize the benefits of the foods that are fried in it

                                                          

 

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