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It is said that the body reacts to the amount of food in the stomach with a feeling of satiety… You could easily eat wood shavings and fill your stomach with them, right? Ridiculous. How about hormones? The strange person either knows nothing about their function for the feeling of satiety, or is hiding it so that he can tell his stories…
Whi h one to follow, Carb density (g/100g of portion) or calorie density (kcal/100gof portion)? Either way, what are the limits?
I see studies showing that intermittent fasting is effective earlier in the day – 8 AM to 4 PM or 6 PM, but many of the benefits are lost or even reversed by waiting to break the fast until noon or later. On what research are you basing the noon to 8 PM time window? I'm curious.
Very good advices but they are not for everyone. I have tried to eat some of these carbs .I had severe headaches and my blood glucose went 6.4mmol/l right away after eating black beans, with vegetable.
Love love love this eating getting healthier
When eating a bulky diet, the number on the scale can really differ day to day! It was a good thing I was expecting that, so I can shrug it off.
Great as always but the hours of intermittent fasting I have researched and practiced are best when you eat 9am-3pm(6pm at most). It has to do with the body best metabolizing insulin in the morning so you also want breakfast to be the biggest meal, lunch regular size, and dinner is a salad. This gives optimal effect.
Cracks me up that the ad is for Jardiance!! These guys set one free from Rx????
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Knowing you also have Hashimotos Cyrus, how does fasting affect our thyroid function? I can’t risk my metabolism to go any lower!
Thanks for this video. I do agree with everything a plant-based diet low fat and low calorie density has to offer and I am doing this along with intermittent fasting. I am not a diabetic, but I’m doing this for health reasons and to lose some weight. My biggest question is when I did do keto in the past which I never intend to do again I was not hungry and I was not eating a high volume of food. I’m wondering if the low fat in my diet is causing me not to feel as satiating right now. .
Thanks for this. I find the shorter videos more useful. I look forward to more of them that are 15-30 minutes. Appreciate you all.
I appreciate all the helpful and sound advice. Always based on science and facts. Thank you very much!
Question on wheat. Lets say I want to make bread or just generally something with flour. If I use whole wheat flour that I just milled myself from wheat berries, is that considered a processed/refined carbohydrate because I turned it into flour? Or is it considered a true whole grain because it still includes the bran and wheat germ?