Do High Protein Diets Really Cause Early Death?

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On a high-protein, high-fat diet you can lose weight, but in the long run you may be hurting yourself. The main point stated in the report is that high-protein diets lead to increased levels of IGF-1 . IGF-1 is short for insulin-like growth factor. This is a hormone in the body that plays an important role in childhood growth and development. It also has a very similar molecular structure to insulin and is commonly used by bodybuilders for its anabolic effects. IGF-1 is linked to an increased risk of cancer and the more protein you eat, the more IGF-1 your body is able to produce.
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Comparing gluten-free diets to garcinia cambogia the fat-free diet fad

The continually rising statistics of heart attacks and other cardiovascular health issues after the marketplace had become saturated with no-fat and low-fat products was a red flag. Meanwhile, medicos kept pushing to lower those cholesterol numbers. Instead, those who really bothered to look beyond the low/no-fat dogma realized that there were two major root causes for increased heart issues and diabetes, both related to processed foods, which all the no/low-fat foods were and are. The real culprits include processed fats such as margarine and hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated cooking and salad oils, all of which are essentially toxic and inflammatory.
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Popular Authors Former United States Marine and personal trainer now health and fitness writer and online reputation management consultant. More Articles about Weightloss : 13 Simple Fat Loss Diets Made Available For Free 13 Simple Fat Loss Diets Made Available For Free Rick Porter October 18, 2013 Font size: + – Health and fitness expert Mike Whitfield launches Simple Fat Loss Diets, giving away the 13 simplest and most effective diet plans used by him and his clients. ( Newswire.net — October 18, 2013) Atlanta, GA — Mike Whitfield has been a man http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 on a mission for the last 4 years. After successfully losing 105 pounds he has poured his heart into providing his knowledge and experience to others so that they could experience the same weight loss success that he has enjoyed. Whitfield mastered one form of dieting which has become very popular in the last 2 years referred to as intermittent fasting. While losing 105 pounds Mike discovered 1 simple trick that makes intermittent fasting 50 times more effective, and he reveals this in his newly launched free guide Simple Fat Loss Diets . Mike admits he did have to exercise to lose 105 pounds as quickly as he did but throughout that time he was using a cutting edge new strategy referred to as “metabolic resistance training”. With these metabolic workouts he was able to multiply the “afterburn” of a workout. By doing a full body workout in a very short time span one can actually burn many more calories during the hours after the workout than during the workout. This discovery has allow him and his clients to reduce the amount of time they workout, cutting their usual time by two thirds. Mike created an entire workout program around this called Workout Finishers that delivers fat burning results long after the workout has been over.
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