Don’t Cut This Food To Lose Weight!

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Ever since the 1970’s when folks like Jim Fix with his jogging book and of course fitness icon Richard
Simmons began to get the world onto the fitness bandwagon, a lot of information has come through
our TV’s about how to lose weight and get healthy.

Unfortunately, much of it is inaccurate, misunderstood or even dangerous over time. The weight loss
industry generates something over $70 billion in the U.S. alone… it’s big business and these companies
and personalities know how to tap into our psyches and tickle those nerves that make us want to try
their pills, foods, workouts and vibrating belts that melt the fat while you veg out in front of the tube.
Food has always been one of these areas that’s capitalized on the last 40+ years of America’s and other
nations’ weight loss craze. First, it was reduced fat and fat-free! Sounds great, right? Yeah, except that
when they take the fat out of your favorite cookies, they simply replace it with more sugar… hmm,
doesn’t sound so great, does it?

In the early 2000’s, if you recall, carbs became fitness public enemy #1. All of a sudden, people who a
year before barely even knew what carbohydrates were began to go on no carb diets. Then it was
gluten. Again, before 2010 or so, most folks never even heard of this thing… and now, it seems like
every food has a gluten-free substitute and half of all living humans are allergic to it.

Weird, right?

But you know what one of the most attacked food items has always been, even before the 70’s – salt!
Yes, good old sodium chloride is the arbiter of all that’s evil in the world. Salt raises your cholesterol…
oh, no that’s actually not true… salt is a key ingredient in weight gain… oh, that’s false too…
The truth is, in fact, that salt is absolutely vital to your body’s health. It’s needed in the biochemistry of
your cells. Yet even more obvious is that when you cut salt out of your diet, you actually inhibit your
body’s ability to digest food! And of course, that means putting on more weight and also limiting the
number of nutrients you can absorb.

Salt helps your body balance and optimize the PH level in your stomach. In other words, it helps make
sure that your stomach acid is strong enough to break down the food you eat so that the nutrients in it
can more effectively be absorbed as it passes through your digestive tract.

Salt is actually one incredibly important element in any good weight loss program. Like many people, I
thought differently until running into a Korean medical student in Afghanistan who opened my eyes to a
whole new – yet ironically ancient – way of looking at health, fitness, and weight loss. He showed me
the science behind what eastern cultures have known for millennia.

If you’re looking to lose weight, or you’ve ever been frustrated by your lack of progress… some of the
latest science may shock you as to why. There are myths about weight loss that we’ve been fed for far
too long and yet the scientifically proven and tested truth has simply been lying in the grass waiting to
be uncovered.

To learn more about what does and does not work about weight loss and how you can truly drop
unsightly pounds rapidly and permanently, click this link and check out a video I’ve put together.
Learn how my nearly being killed in the Middle East led me to discover the amazing truth that you
deserve to know – click here right now!

 

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