Buy as many as you like - including gift certificates - purchases valid until July 31st.
Cutting back on sugar/fructose (including artificial sugars) is the key.
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Fructose - often used in a bulking agent in commercially prepared food - has no functional use in our body, it promotes fat storage and hunger whilst fats (from meat, and natural/whole sources) help you feel full and can be converted to glucose to be used for energy.
The study controversially (or, perhaps appropriately) links the food industries advertising strategies - which focus on exercise and counting calories - to those employed by the tobacco industries when links between smoking and cancer were made.
Dr Malhotra said: "An obese person does not need to do one iota of exercise to lose weight, they just need to eat less. My biggest concern is that the messaging that is coming to the public suggests you can eat what you like as long as you exercise. That is unscientific and wrong. You cannot outrun a bad diet."
Although exercise doesn't promote weight loss, it is still very important - significantly reducing the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia and some cancers by at least 30%. As well as this, exercise is essential for mental health and well being. Studies show that regular walking can be sufficient.
let go of pain, let go of stress, let go of tiredness - feel energised!
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