Overweight Health

And to be honest: who could it ever seriously believe that the overweight problem respectively (as its consequence) the diabetes problem really has been solved with fructose or could be. The irrational wishful thinking by the “pleasure without repentance” was and is also especially pervasive among consumers. You want to trick, no matter what the cost, and whether the health. Even if the illusion of fructose diabetics from 2012 should no longer appear in advertising: in many minds she will have established itself. Dead without oil it many serious, absurd, fatal are rampant Illusions regarding the diet. S. proverbs such as “fat is fat” or even “fit without fat”. In truth: a) body fat and dietary fat is not the same, i.e.

only nor necessarily then body fat is, if you take a dietary fat; (b) the person needs dietary fat as well as body fat, i.e. both a low fat in the diet, as well as in the body can be life-threatening. Even the “German society for nutrition” (DGE) is recommended to cover up to 30% of daily calorie requirements from (mostly) unsaturated fat. Even muscle-great body builders have a body fat percentage of at least 5%; even in competitions by the way, many bodybuilders eat more than 30% fat calories. Instead of being so fixated on “low-fat” or even “fat-free” products, the sugar content should be kept strictly under control. Sugar can cope with sugar as the enemy of the body only in very small amounts. Also here is the axiom of Paracelsus: “the dose is Poison.” And wants to grossly simplify complex operations, such as the food, you can get just slightly incorrect, possibly dangerously misleading results.

It is true that an excess of energy leads to weight gain. Overweight you can eat on themselves with fat and protein as well as with carbohydrates. However, weight gain does not in itself is bad, and calories are vital in any case. The body fat percentage is not much more interesting than the weight. You like can regulate the weight of the calorie intake. For a healthy body you must make sure but also on the correct composition of calories, including to the correct proportions of (saturated, monounsaturated, and essential) FAT (essential) proteins and carbohydrates (complex). Not only for diabetics, but also for people who are healthy and want to remain, a basic rule is therefore: less than 50 g of sugar per day. Finally, the sweet life without sugar: the principle for each required permanent abandonment of extensive sugar can not seriously as “bitter truth” felt are, on the contrary: has it has recovered from the addiction to the overdose of sugar, one can finally appreciate the taste of many foods. At all it is living with a healthy and powerful body considerably more comfortable than with a fat overloaded, sugar-addicted body. And if you do not “sinned at dinner”, you must not scourge is this also with remorse. Fr. Rolf Hermann Lingen