Fat-burning Diet

Fat-burning Diet

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>writes: >I had read that this type of diet is not lastingly effective as the >body will note an imbalance and then react in an attempt to rebalance. >It is true though that this would help diabetics since it has been >shown that both sugar and carbohydrates can affect insulin levels. I >would then think the same holds true for hypoglycemia. > ON THE CONTRARY… THIS DIET IS NOT ONE A DIABETIC SHOULD FOLLOW!!! >The high levels of ketones produced can injure a diabetics kidneys, >and/or add to or produce a ketoacidotic coma. Sue

Oops! My grave mistake! I just reread my post for the umteenth time. I hadn’t meant to give advice to diabetics. I had simply meant that I know that carbohydrates convert readily to sugar, and as such, diabetics would have to watch their intake of both. I haven’t read the diet, so I had no idea how much or little carbohydrates it was limiting. I have not studied diabetes, and as such I don’t intend on advising diabetics until I do so. I am truly sorry. Yours in Health! Jack Pines Independent Infinity Representative Whether you’re a man or a mouse, don’t be a rat! Ethics are more important than Profit!

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writes: – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text ->My chiropractor sells a book written by a man named Jay Robb about a diet >he developed that burns fat. The diet is a low-carbohydrate diet that >forces your body to use its fat as it main energy source. The diet is >not a diet that you only stay on long enough to lose weight, but rather a >eating regimen that you stay on the rest of your life. It also helps >hypoglycemia and Type II diabetes. In fact, the author claims that the >diet even improved his eyesight. If you’d like more information about >the book, or would like to order a copy, please send me a note at >Thanks, >Dave Dell >I had read that this type of diet is not lastingly effective as the >body will note an imbalance and then react in an attempt to rebalance. >It is true though that this would help diabetics since it has been >shown that both sugar and carbohydrates can affect insulin levels. I >would then think the same holds true for hypoglycemia. >In general, a balanced diet is best. Overdoing any particular food >group isn’t good for the body. Unfortunately, being civilized has its >drawbacks. One, pertinant to this discussion, is that we have learned >to process our foods to last longer. Whether that is cooking or other >means, unfortunately we destroy necessary elements needed for proper >digestion and metabolizing. The key to a proper diet then is not so >much should it be low fat, low carbohydrate, or low protein, but that >it should be high in these necessary elements. >One way of accomplishing this is by eating all our food in its raw, >unrefined state. Not to likely. The other is by supplementing these >necessary elements. By supplementing properly, you can stop with the >faddish dieting and start eating a balanced diet again. Note, I >didn’t say you could start eating a diet of your favorite foods. You >can’t eat tons of pasta and no vegetables, as much as you can’t eat >milk shakes and no cereals (or other balanced foods replaced by those >shake diets). >Yours in Health! >Jack Pines >Independent Infinity Representative >Whether you’re a man or a mouse, don’t be a rat! Ethics are more >important than profit!

ON THE CONTRARY… THIS DIET IS NOT ONE A DIABETIC SHOULD FOLLOW!!! The high levels of ketones produced can injure a diabetics kidneys, and/or add to or produce a ketoacidotic coma. Sue

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>My chiropractor sells a book written by a man named Jay Robb about a diet >he developed that burns fat. The diet is a low-carbohydrate diet that >forces your body to use its fat as it main energy source. The diet is >not a diet that you only stay on long enough to lose weight, but rather a >eating regimen that you stay on the rest of your life. It also helps >hypoglycemia and Type II diabetes. In fact, the author claims that the >diet even improved his eyesight. If you’d like more information about >the book, or would like to order a copy, please send me a note at >Thanks, >Dave Dell

I had read that this type of diet is not lastingly effective as the body will note an imbalance and then react in an attempt to rebalance. It is true though that this would help diabetics since it has been shown that both sugar and carbohydrates can affect insulin levels. I would then think the same holds true for hypoglycemia. In general, a balanced diet is best. Overdoing any particular food group isn’t good for the body. Unfortunately, being civilized has its drawbacks. One, pertinant to this discussion, is that we have learned to process our foods to last longer. Whether that is cooking or other means, unfortunately we destroy necessary elements needed for proper digestion and metabolizing. The key to a proper diet then is not so much should it be low fat, low carbohydrate, or low protein, but that it should be high in these necessary elements. One way of accomplishing this is by eating all our food in its raw, unrefined state. Not to likely. The other is by supplementing these necessary elements. By supplementing properly, you can stop with the faddish dieting and start eating a balanced diet again. Note, I didn’t say you could start eating a diet of your favorite foods. You can’t eat tons of pasta and no vegetables, as much as you can’t eat milk shakes and no cereals (or other balanced foods replaced by those shake diets). Yours in Health! Jack Pines Independent Infinity Representative Whether you’re a man or a mouse, don’t be a rat! Ethics are more important than profit!

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My chiropractor sells a book written by a man named Jay Robb about a diet he developed that burns fat. The diet is a low-carbohydrate diet that forces your body to use its fat as it main energy source. The diet is not a diet that you only stay on long enough to lose weight, but rather a eating regimen that you stay on the rest of your life. It also helps hypoglycemia and Type II diabetes. In fact, the author claims that the diet even improved his eyesight. If you’d like more information about the book, or would like to order a copy, please send me a note at Thanks, Dave Dell

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