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Tirade – Move Over Dennis Miller – I’ve Got Some Things to Say About Health, Fitness and Nutrition

Time to move a few things out into the open about wellbeing, wellness and sustenance. You may not concur with all (or any!) of these, but rather ideally, they’ll make you think!

Rage #1 – Why Does Everything Makes Us Fat Or Causes Cancer?

It appears as though we can’t eat or drink anything nowadays without being told it’ll make us fat or cause tumor.

We endeavor to eat canned fish to eat less fat and we get mercury harming. We eat products of the soil for the nutrients and fiber and the pesticides give us tumors. We eat chicken and we get frantic chicken malady and now cultivate raised salmon will give you swine influenza. Wine is either great or awful for you relying upon whether you eat it with cheddar or with saltines!

What at any point happened to past times worth remembering when we got fat from eating excessively pie and we became ill from eating excessively paint off the dividers? Presently I hear you can get growth from stressing over getting disease.

Rage #2 – Low-Carb Beer

Do lager organizations genuinely trust that they can inspire individuals to trust that they’re offering diet brew? With all their discussion about who has 1 gram less carbs in a tablespoon than the other, they appear to overlook that it’s really the ALCOHOL in their item that makes you fat!

Not exclusively does liquor essentially snuff out your fat-consuming catalysts, it’s likewise specially put away as fat and truly fouls up your body’s creation of muscle-building hormones, for example, testosterone.

I figure saying “low-carb” shows improvement over saying “diluted.” Next they’ll be adding caffeine and Gatorade to it and be calling it “superior lager.”

Rage #3 – “Supplement of the Week” Bandwagon Marketing

Did you hear? Froot Loops are presently sound since they contain included calcium! They contain added calcium since somebody chose to include a major sack of chalk to the sugary goop they make it out of. You would now be able to sustain it to your sugar-crazed A.D.D. kids with a reasonable heart since it’s currently solid for them since it has CALCIUM.

I’m sitting tight for the day when an astute advertiser takes a bit of plain writing board chalk and offers it as a “Calcium Stir Stick” for your espresso.

I likewise simply adore it when an item that has been around for a long time all of a sudden declares it’s presently “fat free” or “low-carb” despite the fact that it’s dependably been and everyone knows it. “Fat Free” or “Low-Carb” water isn’t the progressive item it’s portrayed.

Be that as it may, what truly takes the cake are nutrient organizations that gladly bounce on the supplement fleeting trend crying “See! We’ve had it from the beginning!” when their pills are so firmly compacted and unabsorbable you can in any case read the brand stamp on them when they turn out the opposite end (I have it on great expert from a specific Port-o-Potty authority I know)!

Rage #5 – Making Low-Carb Foods Out Of Foods That Shouldn’t Be Low-Carb

Squeezed orange just shouldn’t be low-carb. I couldn’t care less what they say. On the off chance that I need low-carb squeezed orange I’ll include my own water as opposed to paying the juice organization to include it for me and charge me additional for the benefit. That is all I need to say in regards to that.

Rage #6 – Trying to Pass Unhealthy Foods Off As Healthy

Pork Rinds Lite – now with 25% less fat, sodium, cholesterol, lead and cyanide.

Regardless of whether you take some token level of the awful stuff out of an awful nourishment, it’s as yet going to be a terrible sustenance. It resembles purchasing decreased fat grease – it’s still fat. It simply has a more pleasant name now. Anyway, it’s so natural to decrease the fat in a serving by making the serving littler, what’s the point? Who will take a seat and eat only 3 cheddar doodles?

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