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Foods that burn fat that you can find in your kitchen

Posted Nov 04 2009 10:04pm

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It’s incredible to me how many people get fat each year just by drinking an insane amount of sugar.

The sad reality is that few people take time to really consider the food choices they make.

I just purchased a new book that really shows people how to better understand the foods they buy and how storing certain foods at such a close range can create the type of temptation that is just too hard to resist. Of course, if you constantly give into temptations, then you end up gaining a lot of unnecessary weight.

Here’s an exurb from the book when it comes to the insane amount of sugar most Americans consume:

“ The average American now consumes a whopping 42 pounds of high-fructose corn syrup each year, according to U. S. Department of Agriculture data. That’s an extra 75,281 calories per year. And if you look at that in terms of pounds (approx. 3500 calories = 1 pound), you are looking at gaining an extra 22 pounds a year. The bulk of that comes via soda, energy drinks, and juice drinks.”

Wow!

The book tackles much more than sugar (or should we call it sugar addiction), the book also talks about the self-defeating purpose of calorie counting.

I know this is one of those flip-flop topics because NOT one nutrition expert or healthy eating expert or even nutritionist can agree on.

One expert will scream: “counting calories helps you lose weight”, while another expert will flat out bark at the notion of calorie counting.

My take on calorie counting is pretty much in line with this new book I just purchased because both authors feel calorie counting is a losing game.

>>> You’ll find more details on this essential guide that will help show you which foods to eat to burn fat here: Foods that burn fat

>>> My philosophy about calorie counting is simple

* It’s restrictive

* How in the world are you able to know EXACTLY how many calories are in each food?

* Do you really want to spend the rest of your life counting every single calorie you put in your mouth?

* How can anyone be really happy by approaching food with this “punishment-like” attitude?

* Finally, you won’t see French women and Italian women counting calories. Those women eat pretty much what they want, but yet, they still remain quite thin and slim as they age.

>>> You’ll find more details on this essential guide that will help show you which foods to eat to burn fat here: Foods that burn fat

>>> The Food Pyramid is a joke?

I don’t think I’ve ever seen any nutrition expert come out and call the Food Pyramid a misleading joke before.

Here are the words they use to describe this guide that has obviously kept too many Americans way too fat for way too long:

“The food pyramid has misled almost as many individuals down the depressing road of fat-gain as the crooked food companies and their deceptive food label claims.”

>>> You’ll find more details on this essential guide that will help show you which foods to eat to burn fat here: Foods that burn fat

>>> Not all healthy foods are all that healthy!

This revealing book also tackles a lot of the myths around what is actually a healthy food and what masquerades as a healthy food, but that’s loaded with calories.

This eye opener of a book is only $39 dollars and I can assure you that you’ll devour all 121 pages!

>>> You’ll find more details on this essential guide that will help show you which foods to eat to burn fat here: Foods that burn fat


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