Saturday, February 27, 2016

Beware

Update Sept 2017 from CoconutOil.com - an article about NAFLD - Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver disease.
"The liver cannot metabolize highly concentrated synthetically derived fructose, it becomes fat that is mostly stored in the liver. This is the crux of NAFLD. The timelines of HFCS use and increasing NAFLD cases are related.
HFCS can be disguised in USA processed food and beverage products as:
  • Maize syrup
  • Glucose syrup
  • Glucose/Fructose syrup
  • Tapioca syrup
  • Dahlia syrup
  • Fruit fructose
  • Crystalline fructose
  • Corn syrup
In Canada, they call it Glucose-Fructose. In Europe, they call it Isoglucose or Glucose-Fructose Syrup or Fructose-Glucose Syrup."



Just when you thought the food you buy is safe...
You've done your research and KNOW what foods are safe - HAH!
  1. Aspartame has a new name - AminoSweet
  2. High Fructose corn syrup HFCS has a new name - fructose.
Earlier in February I alerted you to the dangers of Aspartame (AKA sweet poison).  And Dr Jones has written about how the use of high fructose corn syrup sets the stage for blood sugar problems and Diabetes, as well as the world-wide explosion of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver disease (NAFLD).  It's cause has been attributed to the fact that the use of HFCS in food has been exploding.

Today we learned that the food companies have tumbled to our preference - you know, the one where we would prefer to buy food which does not contain these toxic additives.  Their solution?  Rename them, of course!  That way you don't really need to alter the ingredients, just change the design of the box - and modify the label information.

This means that you must be more diligent than ever when buying food - especially food that comes in cans and boxes - packaged by one of the food manufacturing companies..  For instance, you can still determine how much sugar (fructose) the 'serving size' contains by checking the amount of carbohydrate.  Um, another way they 'cheat' is to downsize the serving size.  Would you really eat only 1/4 cup of that cereal, for instance?  You may also find a product that says it does not contain Aspartame.  Now you know to look for AminoSweet - or you might find some other toxic substances to tease your 'sweet tooth'.

Don't be misled by the the word 'Natural'.  It is plastered on the outside of nearly every box and can in the store.  Unfortunately, that word really has no meaning in this context - except to make you think you are getting something not created in a food factory.

In reality you need to determine both calories and carbohydrates in a given serving size.
  1. A Calorie is defined as a unit of energy.  The folks who promote weight loss based on exercise presume that when you exercise you will burn more calories than you take in - and thus you will lose weight (one can only hope)
  2. A Carbohydrate is an organic compound (hydrogen and carbon).  Foods that are high in carbohydrates are rich in starch and/or sugar.  
Carbs always contain calories (4 per gram).  Calories do not always indicate carbs.  Carbs affect blood sugar and insulin.  Insulin regulates the use and storage of fat.  Think of insulin as a switch.  When the switch is 'on' - in the few hours after eating, for example - you burn carbs for energy and store excess as fat.  When the insulin switch is 'off' - after insulin has been used up - you burn fat for fuel.

The condition called 'insulin resistance' develops when the amount of sugar, particularly simple sugar (and high fructose corn syrup) affects the pancreas so that it becomes confused.  It becomes more and more difficult for the body to maintain sugar in the blood at the proper levels.  It becomes easier to store fat, and harder to lose it.

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