“I was wrong – we should be feasting on FAT”, says The Fast Diet author DR MICHAEL MOSLEY
Dr Mosley used to believe all saturated fats were bad for us
It’s great to see that people’s fear of fat is gradually changing and now the famous Michael Mosley has come out of the closet and admitted that saturated fats does not cause heart disease. I hope this means more people will get of the low-fat-bandwagon and start eating some healthy food without lots of sugar and additaives.
I won’t say I eat a strict LCHF diet (low carbs high fat) but I don’t have any feat of fat – it’s the combinations we need to watch out for. Fat+high levels of carbs=bad, is the general rule I apply regarding my eating. And so far it’s working out really well for me.
Sugar is the root cause of the obesity epidemic spreading around the globe and this great Australian documentary from ABC Catalyst explains how our body reacts to sugar and carbs. These are 18 min you really need to watch!
You will hear comments from obesity Professor Michael Cowley who explains how insulin is the main hormone which stores fat in the fat cells and eating carbohydrates will cause your insulin levels to stay high (makes you fat).
Professor Robert Lustig from the University of California resembles eating sugar with coating a steak with a sugary barbecue sauce. The sauce helps the steak to brown faster and the same thing is happening inside us when we eat sugar; we age faster. Prof Lustig says that if you had a glass of fruit juice this morning, it caused you to age seven times faster.
Overall I think these are 18 minutes really well spend watching. If you still don’t want to look at it then here’s the main insight; sugar and carbohydrates makes us fat and we should limit our intake of these substances. Instead eat more protein and fat.