The Truth, Misconceptions, and Faulty Beliefs and Accusations of Sugar, Sucrose, Fructose, Glucose, and Increasing the Metabolic Rate

"When we talk about increasing the metabolic rate, and the benefits it produces, we are comparing the rate of metabolism in the presence of thyroid, sugar, salt, and adequate protein to the "normal" diet, containing smaller amounts of those "stimulating" substances..." Raymond Peat, PhD

Sugar Consumed Equal Fat Gain?, We have Lost Context with Black and White Thinking Mentality, Carbohydrates in Context, Favor Carbs in the Form of Fruits and Root Vegetables for Fat Loss, Insulin, Low Blood Sugar and Regulation

"Insulin is important in the regulation of blood sugar, but its importance has been exaggerated because of the diabetes/insulin industry." Raymond Peat, PhD

Nutrition Influences Everything – Cereal is Nutritious?, Adelle Davis, Blood Sugar Regulation, Hangry is Real, Food Affects Mood, The Importance of Breakfast, Adequate Protein Intake

"Nutrition is a personal matter, as personal as your diary or income-tax report. Your nutrition can determine how you look, act, and feel..." Adelle Davis

Eat the Whole Egg, the Omnivore’s Fatty Acid Composition is Reflected by their Diet – Pasture Raised, Saturated Fat, Unsaturated Fat, and Cholesterol

“There can be a great difference between eggs from chickens that really have adequate pasture, and the standard ones, but the labels aren’t likely to contain enough information." Raymond Peat, PhD

Sugar, Fat Oxidation, Protective Saturated Fat, Sir Philip Randle and Bernardo Houssay

“The inhibition of fat oxidation, and supporting sugar oxidation, now seems to be appropriate for preventing or treating any age-related degenerative disease.” Raymond Peat, PhD

Be the Change You Want to See: We have all the power

Consumers have a powerful voice in determining what is or is not produced when they express their wants and needs in the form of the purchases that they make in the marketplace. These purchase are the "demand" that determines the "supply".

Do you judge others by the food they eat?

What my friends or strangers eat is up to them. I don't take it personal, nor do I criticize what they eat or feel that I have to lecture them in any way to eat like me. It's not my place to shame their choices. I'm aware it's not my business, just as my choices aren't theirs.