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Posted on 10th January 2012 by admin in Super Health

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Despite other potential benefits, many of today’s diets have us consuming far too many carbohydrates. Indeed, the body’s storage capacity for carbohydrates is quite limited. Excess carbohydrates are converted, via insulin, into glycogen, which is stored in the liver and muscles and easily converted to glucose as a source of energy. It is also converted to cholesterol (LDL) and into saturated fat (triglycerides), which is stored in the adipose (or “fatty”) tissue. Any meal or snack that is high in carbohydrates can cause blood glucose levels to rise too rapidly.

Chronically elevated insulin levels from excess carbohydrates promote fat and block the body’s ability to lose that fat. This vicious cycle leads to blood sugar and endocrine issues, including diabetes and metabolic syndrome, or Syndrome X, which leads to virtually every known disease over the long term. The good news is that many of the “degenerative diseases” and “incurable diseases,” such as type 2 diabetes, Syndrome X, and other endocrine/blood sugar disorders are often completely reversible through the principles taught in this book.

KC Craichy
The Super Health Diet

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