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PostSubject: Lean for Life   Fri Jan 14, 2011 9:31 am

e, and long-term interventions for
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weight loss have eluded us. In fact, as we all hear on a daily basis, the
world is getting fatter.We are in the midst of a worldwide obesity—or,
as some term it, “globesity”—epidemic affecting all age groups, including
young children.
Beyond following the mantra “eat less, exercise more,” there have
been no proven strategies or safe pharmacological interventions that
work for the long term when it comes to losing weight. And even “eat
less, exercise more” is not a surefire guarantee of weight loss. This is
because a number of so-called healthy or low-calorie foods can sabotage
our best intentions. These include foods that interfere with our
ability to burn fat and foods that stimulate the appetite, making it almost
impossible to eat less.
In this chapter I will not only teach you simple ways to avoid
these common pitfalls but also let you in on secret 2:We don’t need to fanatically
count grams of fat, carbs, or calories to maintain an ideal weight and/or to
lose excess weight. All we have to do is learn how to control our blood sugar. If you
take away just one discovery from this book, let it be that.We can experience
cellular rejuvenation in the body by helping to “reprogram”
our genetic code to stop the storage of excess fat and the loss of
youthful muscle mass. As I will demonstrate, we can even turn on the
genes that suppress appetite and turn off the genetic switch that tells
the body to store fat.
If we can prevent wild swings in blood sugar, we can avoid an inflammatory
response and thereby prevent our insulin levels from
going too high or too low. If they are too low, we cannot nourish our
muscles and they begin to break down. If insulin levels are too high,
we put a lock on the body’s ability to burn fat for energy, and the body
will store the fat instead.We can learn to avoid overeating or craving
junk food by taking two simple steps: (1) avoid the insulin highs and
lows by spacing meals and snacks evenly throughout the day and (2)
cut out sugars and starchy foods that stimulate appetite and substitute
proteins, good fats, fruits, and vegetables.

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