Am so far enjoying the course
Am so far enjoying the course
Through personal research I have found some information regarding saturated fat which contradicts the information on this subject presented in this module, such as the following: " The "FACT" that saturated fat is bad for your health has never been proven by legitimate studies. It's actually not a "fact" at all. It was a hypothesis! This goes all the way back to a flawed research study from the 1950's where a guy named Ancel Keys published a paper that laid the blame on dietary fat intake for the increasing heart disease phenomenon." "Since that time, numerous other studies have been conducted trying to link saturated fat intake to heart disease. The majority of these studies have failed to correlate ANY risk at all from saturated fat." "Another issue with flawed studies is that many studies have lumped artificial trans fat intake together with saturated fat intake, and mistakenly laid the blame on saturated fat despite the overwhelming evidence that artificial trans fat is the REAL health risk. This is a HUGE mistake as there is a vast difference in how your body processes nasty artificially created trans fats vs the perfectly natural saturated fats that have been part of the human diet since the beginning of man." "Researchers have discovered recently that a unique vitamin called vitamin K2 is strongly associated with protecting your body from heart disease. However, vitamin K2 is not found in many foods, and can you guess what one of the best sources is? That's right, the fat from grass-fed dairy! So that means one of the foods that "health experts" have been telling you to avoid for all these years, dairy fat, is actually one of the best sources of heart-protecting vitamin K2."..............
I so far like this course. It helps me truly know what I am putting into my body and how it could affect it.
Why are the volume units are stated in imperials? It is unprofessional and inconvenient for most learners who are using the metric system.
Does this have anything to with Essential Oils?? How do they fit into the picture? What if you take them? I assume they would be like vitamins and be micronutrients. Am I correct??
So what is the difference between stored glucose, glycogen, and just regular fat. Or are they one in the same?
Was looking at other meanings for nutrition and they all vary in their definition. Was just doing a bit of comparison.
Macro nutrients taken in larger amounts. They are energy-yeilding. Micro nutrients taken in smaller smount
Flourine is NOT a trace mineral needed by the body. It is in ALL aspects a poison.
Now it is very Clear to me Thank you.
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