Fat Loss Factor« Health & Fitness « Downloads
|Updated||December 9, 2012|
|Category||Health & Fitness|
|Tags||fat, loss, factor|
As you know, I’m a big fan of eating natural foods
and avoided processed junk.
So today I want to talk about some important information from
Dr. Charles of Fat Loss Factor.
On his website he goes into detail about the #1 food
ingredient secretly making us fat.
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What’s this dangerous ingredient?
High Fructose Corn Syrup, which is a man
made sweetener that is cheaper to produce
and actually sweeter than sugar.
Here’s what makes it so harmful:
When HFCS is ingested, it travels straight to the
liver which turns the tasty, sugary liquid into FAT.
HFCS does not cause the pancreas to produce
insulin. As a result, our bodies are “tricked” into a
vicious cycle, eating food that gets immediately stored
as fat and never feeling full.
It is associated with blood sugar problems, ADD/ADHD,
depression, fatigue, B vitamin deficiency, indigestion, tooth
decay, and most importantly… WEIGHT GAIN
So what’s the solution? Just avoid HFCS?
Unfortunately it’s not that easy.
You see, HFCS is added to so many foods that
historically have not contained sugar, like peanut butter,
bread, yogurt and juices.
So it’s very difficult to avoid completely.
Also, even if you eliminated HFCS from your diet,
it wouldn’t repair the damage that has already been done.
There’s another step you have to take first.
This is exactly why Dr. Charles created his Fat Loss Factor
program… to help your body repair the damage from
toxins like HFCS… and lose a lot of weight in the process.
The video on his website will give you more details and
has a lot of awesome free info about weight loss in it:
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