Calorie-Quality Factor 2: Aggression

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Warm-Up

It’s all good if you don’t know the answers. You will get another shot at this quiz later in the lesson.

Q1

The speed calories enter your bloodstream impacts if they are stored as body fat or burned as fuel.



True

Correct! You are about to learn exactly why.

False

Try again and don’t worry…today’s lesson will clear this up.

Q2

The hormones that calories trigger play a major role in determining if those calories are stored as body fat.



True

Correct! You are about to learn exactly why.

False

Try again and don’t worry…today’s lesson will clear this up.

Q3

Glycemic index and glycemic load are useful measures of a food’s Aggression.



True

Correct! You are about to learn exactly why.

False

Try again and don’t worry…today’s lesson will clear this up.

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inSANE

All Calories Have The Same Hormonal Impact & Different Sources of Calories Impact Hormones Differently

Listen



Note 1



Calories from starches and sweets enter the bloodstream very Aggressively.

Note 2



Calories from starches and sweets cause unhealthy amounts of the hormone insulin to be released.

Note 3



Calories Aggressively entering bloodstream, along with lots of insulin leads to rapid fat gain.

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SANE

SANE Calories Clear Hormonal Clogs; inSANE Calories Cause Them & Water-, Fiber-, and Protein-Rich SANE Foods are unAggressive

Listen



Note 1



Fiber, protein, and fat make calories enter your bloodstream unAggressively.

Note 2



Glycemic index and glycemic load measure are useful, but for best results, avoid even low-glycemic starches and sweets.

Note 3



Make sure that every time you eat, you are enjoying plenty of fiber and protein, and some whole food fats.

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Quiz

Remember these? Give them one more try now that you’ve spent a few minutes going SANE.

Q1

The speed calories enter your bloodstream impacts if they are stored as body fat or burned as fuel.



True

Correct! The faster calories enter your bloodstream, the more likely they are to be stored as body fat.

False

Try again.

Q2

The hormones that calories trigger play a major role in determining if those calories are stored as body fat.



True

Correct! Decades of studies show that the exact same quantity and quality of calories combined with more of the hormone insulin caused more body fat to be gained.

False

Try again.

Q3

Glycemic index and glycemic load are useful measures of a food’s Aggression.



True

Correct! But beware of anything edible that you cannot find directly in nature that claims to be “Low Glycemic” as it likely has other clog-causing ingredients in it.

False

Try again.

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Support

The number of people keeping you accountable is your #1 predictor of long-term success.

Sharing your SANEity enables you to enjoy instant accountability and support from your social networks. The science is 100% clear: The more you share your SANEity, the more success you will enjoy. To help you live what you learned today, please click on the photo to share it on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.


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Celebrate

Nice job! Here’s some recommended eating and reading to help you celebrate.

Recommended Eating



Alfalfa Powder


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Recommended Reading



Bill Lagakos: The Poor Misunderstood Calorie…Transcript & Show


Starvation Is NOT Healthy. Stop counting calories & go #SANE w/me at http://SANESolution.com


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