You Can Live Better

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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

Counting calories is an effective way to avoid overeating



True

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

False

Correct! You are about to learn exactly why.

Q2

There are no “bad foods.” The key is moderation.



True

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

False

Correct! You are about to learn exactly why.

Q3

The rates of obesity and diabetes were dramatically lower before anyone knew what a calorie was.



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

Starvation is Healthy & The Calorie Myth

Listen



Note 1



In the 1970’s “experts” boiled all food and exercise down to a least common denominator: calories.

Note 2



This calorie-centric approach has lead nearly half of women and a third of men to “diet”—aka to try to eat fewer calories.

Note 3



Since then we’ve seen the largest increases in obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cardiovascular disease in history. The number of people who are overweight today equals the total world population a century ago. Diabetes and pre-diabetes are nearly 100,000% more common today than a century ago.

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SANE

Heal—Don’t Starve—Your Body & You Are Not Flawed. The Information You’ve Been Given Is Flawed.

Listen



Note 1



Results speak for themselves. The calorie-centric approach doesn’t work. We’re trying, but it’s failing—everywhere. The worldwide rate of obesity has more than doubled since 1980.

Note 2



Actual experts—people who spend their lives in labs researching obesity, diabetes, etc.—have discovered an alternate approach.

Note 3



The modern science of burning fat and boosting health has nothing to do with calorie quantity and everything to do with food quality.

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Quiz

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

Q1

Counting calories is an effective way to avoid overeating



True

Try again.

False

Correct! Studies show that calorie counting approaches fail 95.4% of the time.

Q2

There are no “bad foods.” The key is moderation.



True

Try again.

False

Correct! Certain edible products have been proven to be as addictive and harmful as cigarettes. You are not told to smoke in moderation, so why would anyone tell you to eat these edible products in moderation?

Q3

The rates of obesity and diabetes were dramatically lower before anyone knew what a calorie was.



True

Correct! Prior to knowing what a calorie was—let alone counting them—rates of obesity were about 3%. Today the rate of obesity is about ten times higher.

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.


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

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Celebrate

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

Recommended Eating



Coconut Flour


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


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SANE TED Talk




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