How to Blast off your Growth Hormone Therapy with Powerful Nutrition! Part 1
Interested In Making Your Hormone Replacement Therapy Blast Off?
Want To Learn How To Blowtorch The Fat Off Your Body?
Need To Slash Through The Fog Of Nutritional Confusion?
Then keep reading and uncover the secrets of weight-loss and proper nutrition.
Here's a loaded question. Suppose you have just bought a brand-new, expensive luxury car. As you're driving around, showing off your prized possession, the fuel light comes on.
By coincidence, you're at an intersection with two service stations.
One of them is known for selling a lesser quality gas and oil. In fact, there is even a sign up in front of the station: "Cheap gas! Cheap Oil!" The other sells the high-quality fuel that is recommended for your car.
In the past, maybe you did cut corners. And perhaps that's the reason you needed a new car. Seriously, why would you even consider putting cheap, second-rate, low-quality gas and oil in your shiny, brand-new possession? It's a safe bet that you wouldn't think twice about paying a bit more for higher quality, right?
So why in the world would you cut corners on a far more precious possession? Remember, you can buy a new car.
But when it comes to your health, it's not as easy as going to the new body store. If you wouldn't try to save a few pennies on your new car, why try to save a few pennies on your body?
More and more people are becoming concerned about their food choices, and realize what they eat does make a difference, both in how they look and feel and in the quality and length of their lives.
At least, that's what they say. But just take a stroll around your local malls and stores for evidence of the seemingly ever-increasing obesity epidemic that continues to plague the U.S.
This is even though there has never been more information available concerning what we should eat, as well as what we should avoid. To put it bluntly, we're still not getting it. There are two main reasons for this.
First, convenience. More and more people are trying to do more and more in less and less time.
This results in increased consumption of fast foods, processed and canned foods, and whatever other swill saves time. Many people are unwittingly not even thinking about what they are shoveling into their bodies.
Second, confusion. Once folks decide to change their eating habits for the better, they are bombarded day and night by admonishments…low fat…low carbs…make sure you eat this…don't eat that. It's enough to make anyone scream: "Help! What should I really be eating?"
No question about it. There has never been more confusion about what we should eat. The ever-increasing number of "food guru's" continue to add to the confusion factor with a maze of conflicting ideas.
Avoid carbs…low fat is the only safe way to eat…some fats are good…try vegetarian…some carbs are good…dairy is bad…and on and on.
What's worse, what was "in" yesterday is "out" today.
And what about the food industry? Are genetically modified foods safe? According to the industry, there's nothing to worry about.
Just like the additives in our foods that require a dictionary and a degree in chemistry to understand when reading the labels of ingredients.
What about your physician? With so much emphasis on surgery, the latest miracle prescription drugs, and other medical findings, it is easy for doctors to overlook the importance of correct nutrition.
Most doctors are not nearly as concerned about food as they are about other medical topics and procedures.
To be fair, staying abreast of new medical treatments, along with seeing dozens of patients each day is a full-time job. As a consequence, many hard-pressed-for-time physicians overlook the healing powers of food.
Need some more convincing about the importance of food? Here are a few numbers to think about: according to Bottom Line's Daily Health News, a mere century ago the odds of dying from heart disease were 1 in 24…now they have surged to 1 in 7. Cancer? A century ago, the chances of dying from this killer were 1 in 49…now they have jumped to 1 in 7.
One caveat: our longer lifespans do play a role in these numbers. But regardless, as hard as it is to believe, there appears to be a disturbing trend: we are going backward in the critical, life-and-death struggle against these terrible afflictions.
Faced with these numbers, it is impossible for anyone to ignore the role of nutrition in our health and well-being.
The result of all of the above concerns? The average American diet has meant that we are digging our graves with our knives, forks, and spoons.
So, what to do? Is there any way to cut through this fog of confusion and allow you to finally understand what is right, and what is not…in plain English?
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