This section contains information for those looking for a low sugar diet or nutrition information that can help those with diabetes.
Hello fitness friends, look and see what health topic is raising eyebrows along with questions these days: Sugar and its possible link to obesity. According to Phillip and Jackie Mills, MD, authors of Fighting Globesity, over 30 percent of Americans are now clinically obese and 70 percent are either overweight or obese.
Recently the Obesity Society released results about intake patterns in the US and the following article was written about that.
It’s nice that it’s finally being acknowledged that the increase in sugar consumption has happened over the last 30 years!! Actually, it’s been increasing for much longer than that.
Protein is hot. Now officially the next wonder ingredient to be oversold and marketed by corporate food giants that focus on making ordinary products for the maddening crowd. You can even find these products at the local grocery store next to the Honey Bunches and Fruity Pebbles.
If you have been into fitness/nutrition any time during the last 30-years, you know the belief that protein intake is fundamental to good health isn’t new. In my view those of us who’ve been committed to fitness are responsible for creating the demand for products with more protein.
The Standard American Diet, also known as the SAD Diet, is laden with sugar and refined carbohydrates. Unfortunately this is what most people in this country consume every day. Well let's talk about carbohydrates. Are there "good carbs" and "bad carbs"?
Carbohydrates are the main source of energy or fuel in our diets. They can be divided into two groups, simple carbohydrates and complex carbohydrates.