Originally Posted by eliza422
I hope these help!
Oh boy ... I don't know if I can wade through ... I had to stop reading the first article when I read this ...
"Eating carbohydrates requires that your body make hefty amounts of insulin. Eating fats and proteins do not stimulate the body to make significant insulin."
Since this is not true ... and a basic fact ... no matter how useful her information may be to people I can only read people who get basic science write.
I figured I'll keep reading and then I got to this gem...
"When you have a lot of insulin around, particularly if you have had a tendency to store fat in the past, you begin to divert a lot of your food into the fat cells."
Protein causes insulin to be released and when fed in equal amounts protein can stimulate more insulin to be released and fat is stored by humans whenever it gets the chance - insulin does not need to be plentiful. The only "food" that is stored as fat in humans (for the most part) is fat ... as we already covered.
I can't read any more. I'm sure she has helped many people lose fat and keep it off, but I can't read any more. Reading "experts" who get basic facts wrong makes me want to poke my eyes out.
"Getting solid information is easier than ever. Getting misinformation is even easier." - Kaplods
Maintaining for two years and I eat whatever I want - just not however much I want. Details here.