Hoodia and Weight Loss Scenario

A couple different scenarios on losing weight with Hoodia. So one scenario is what would lead to a health crisis? And I think we so wronged to claim that apples or blueberries could ever lead to a health crisis. It’s all the collective factors that do that. So it’s kind of like well we push Humpty Dumpty off the wall. That’s one thing. The other thing is what puts Humpty Dumpty back together again? And they can be different. So if someone has been metabolically stressed from processed fructose of so many types, they may reach a state to where as a transitional process, they’re better off going lower in fructose in general, even from some of the natural sources for an interim period of time. And sometimes that can be a strategy helping them more quickly have that belly fat loss that they’re looking for. That’s a really wonderful clinical pearl, and helps to actually, for me anyway and maybe for some people listening, helps to make sense of, for example, some of the Atkins-type programs where they take fruit out for the first two weeks. Learn more at Yeah. Dr. Jonny: If you look at it from the point of view you’ve just expressed that perhaps it’s a temporary balancing to a metabolism that’s been injured by just too much of this stuff, and it’s not that apples and blueberries and all the things that I recommend you recommend. It’s a time and place and knowing where you are metabolically, and kind of trying to heal that before you throw some of things, that are perfectly healthy to a normal person, back into the mix. Yep, exactly. Yeah, beautiful. Any other pearls from The Adrenal Reset Program . There’s strong, strong alignment on that. So I made a ranking about a fiber/fructose ratio for various different carbohydrates. Learn more at https://erinjgz.wordpress.com/2016/01/01/17-day-diet-research-2016/And when you think about it that way, legumes come out in a pretty good place. Dr. Jonny: Yep. And those who have concerns about phytic acid or what not, you can certainly sprout. But there’s many great nutrients and very slow metabolism of legumes. The tough part about not having them in is that either you’re not getting enough carbs at night to where your cortisol is going to be too high, or if you are getting them, they’re primarily going to be fructose- based carbohydrate. And even from natural food sources like agave or honey or fruit juices or tropical fruits, that fructose can do the weight loss goals a disservice. o the good thing about carbs is fibers. We’ve got soluble, insoluble, and resistant fiber, a.k.a., a resistant starch. I think those are the best parts of carbs. And worst part would probably the fructose. So it’s really a matter of the whole day’s diet being good. One thing I saw that was one of the most compelling was a well-controlled study of military personnel. So many studies on diets rely on people’s memory of what they ate. And that’s close to worthless data, right? So this was a great one because it was done under controlled conditions. These people, their food was measured. Learn more at http://healthymomsmagazine.net/2017/04/weight-loss-really-calories.htmlandhttp://austingosser.bcz.com/2016/12/12/17-day-diet-for-quick-weight-loss/

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