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Recent research indicates that some whole grains, especially whole grain bread, can lead to the development of isulin spikes, especially around the waist, leading to deposits of fat, as these grains are hard for the body to use.
Drinking Cold water after a meal = Cancer!
Can u believe this For those who like to drink cold water, this article is applicable to you. It is nice to have a cup of cold drink after a meal. However, the cold water will solidify the oily stuff that you have just consumed. It will slow down the digestion. Once this ' sludge' reacts with the acid, it will break down and be absorbed by the intestine faster than the solid food. It will line the intestine. Very soon, this will turn into fats and lead to cancer. It is best to drink hot soup or warm water after a meal.
My particular thing is about Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil:
Invented by a German Chemist in about 1900. Adding more Hydrogen molecules to fats. To a Hydro-Carbon Fat chain, making an un-natural molecule. A way of turning vegetable oils into a hard, saturated fat, and trans-fatty acids, or trans-fats, which are free radicals, - dangerous oxidising agents, in the body. Humans should not consume trans-fats. Hydrogenated Vegetable oils are also supposed to displace more nutritous fats in the body. A cheap fat, Hydrogenated Vegetable oil was adopted for use in making margarine. May also be used for Deep-Frying. There is a suspected link between it and Heart Disease also Cancers. An estimated 12 Americans die of it each day. Other products using Hydrogenated Vegetable Oils are: Biscuits, most factory made vegetarian foods eg. Sausmix, some Linda McCartney (made by United Biscuits), Cheese and Onion Pasties, Cereal Bars; Many Processed Foods, Cheap Brand Frozen Foods, eg. Dalepack & Ross, Cakes and Gateaux, Chewy Mints, Pot Noodle?, Packet Soups, Hot-Drink Whitener s, used in machine vending, and Coffee Mate. (TradeMark) Gradually the manufacturers are removing this ingredient from their foods.
The so-called "safe limit" is said to be about 5 grammes a day, - which is not a lot, given how many things it can be in, especially processed foods. It does seem to be gradually phased out. Until recently, "Sweet Fat" - made from Sugar, Flour and Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, was the main starting ingredient used buy many food manufacturers.
My advice is to read the small print in the Ingedients list on the product packaging, before you buy, and avoid those foods with it in.
Under USA FDA rules, if a single portion of a pack contains less than 1% trans-fats then the product can be labelled as trans-fat free. However if one person consumes all, the safe limit can be exceeded. Read the labels carefully, and if the product ingredients list Hydrogenated vegetable oil, don't buy it.
BBC info: Trans Fats
Also Mono-Sodium Glutamate cannot be excreted from the body.
Try to eat raw natural foods.
More than 500 grammes of Meat a week is also dangeous to health, with increased risk of Cancers. Also, for women, latest research indicates a stastitical probability that more than just 20 grammes of meat a day is linked to development of Breast Cancer.
Recent research indicated that, for a long life, the diet ought to consist of fruit and vegetables, including all kinds of herbs, and nuts, like almonds, with fish, olive oil, minimum 70% dark choclolate (or the low-temperature health chocolate, Choxi), and maybe a little red wine (not more than 1 glass per day).
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