Healthy, I Said So

Why eating fat doesn’t make you fat

02/28/2013

Sugars and grains have destroyed our bodies and are to blame for so many of the issues we have today including obesity. Chemical filled low-fat alternatives to real foods are a myth the food industry has perpetuated for years.

I have been eating about a 90% no sugar, no grains diet and I have never felt better. No bloating. No joint pain. I have so much energy! And the best part is I don’t crave sugar or grains AT ALL. In fact I have completely reprogrammed my body where I now have an aversion to those foods. I just can’t eat them.

I spent so many years operating at 50-75% health. It became normal. But now that I know what 100% feels like I can’t believe I ever tolerated feeling anything less, but until you have something to compare it to, you don’t realize it.

Why eating fat doesn’t make you fat:

Want to know more? We are Massive Health. Read about this infographic.

Subscribe and Follow

6 Comments

Leave a Reply

  • Reply Ben 04/01/2013 at 1:40 pm

    Although scientifically sound, this can be a very misleading article. Consulting real scientific journals will reveal exercise combined with a hypoenergetic diet including carbohydrates will give greater results in terms of health AND body image. When combined with exercise, carbohydrates provide the energy to build muscle, a highly metabolic tissue resulting in round the clock higher fat oxidation. The end result is a greater reduction in fat mass and a gain in fat free mass (better body image). Carbohydrates also play a vital function in cortisol stress response and maintaining immune function so should still be treated as a key macronutrient in ones diet.

    • Reply Kim 04/01/2013 at 2:27 pm

      It really depends upon which type of carbohydrates you are talking about. Sadly most people consider carbohydrates to be bread, cereal and cookies.

      Complex carbs in the form of nutrient rich vegetables, yes but not carbs from processed grains.

  • Reply Maryann @ Matthew's Puzzle 03/04/2013 at 2:11 pm

    this is so interesting and so true!!

  • Reply Trisha Sue 03/03/2013 at 6:04 am

    Very detailed infographics. Thanks for sharing this healthy information.

  • Reply Robin @ Mom Foodie 03/01/2013 at 9:39 pm

    I am fine with “real whole grains” but when I eat more than a little of the refined stuff or too much salt or sugar… I feel off.

  • Reply Teresha 03/01/2013 at 9:44 am

    thanks for this!