Diet Plan – “Stop It”

March 8, 2013 — Leave a comment

Scientific research has proved that a healthy immune system halts cancer in its tracks.

Scientific research has proved that there is a direct link (cause and effect) between being overweight and the suppression of the immune system.

Scientific research has proved that there is a direct link (cause and effect) between being overweight and the high incidence of chronic disease such as cancer, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and dementia. Being overweight also causes chronic anxiety, stress, and depression.

Scientific research has proved that sugar, high-fructose corn syrup, and processed foods cause excess weight gain.. Data compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that 69.2% of American adults over 20 years of age carry excess body weight, and among them are the 35.9% of American adults who are obese. More disturbing is the fact that these numbers are increasing.

The solution seems obvious – and is endorsed by the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Diabetes Association, and the World Health Organization – to halt and prevent most cases of cancer, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes, you need to make a lifestyle change in your diet. You must dramatically curtail sugar, high fructose corn syrup, and processed foods from your diet. The experts agree. Change your diet, remove sugars and add fiber, voila, the weight will melt away.

As a nation, for the past 50 years we have been trying to lose weight but our efforts have failed. What can we do? On the following video – you don’t want to miss this – is the recommendation of one of our nation’s most popular TV psychologists, Bob Newhart. You will find this short video enjoyable. Do you agree with his advice?

Often times the truth is said in jest.

Is weight loss a matter of willpower?

The problem is clear, we need to remove excess fat and maintain a healthy body weight.

The solution is clear, dramatically curtail sugars from our diet. “Stop it.”

Is the solution as simple as projected? Is it a matter of willpower?

I will answer this question in the next post. What is your answer?

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