fbpx

GLOBESITY FOUNDATION – My Healthy Weight Bootcamp

FOOD Education for WEIGHT
loss

Is Cage Free Eggs healthier? According to research

CAGE-FREE VS. FREE-RANGE MEAT & EGGS​

Meat utilization has gotten inseparable from being “American,” and numerous individuals don’t consider a feast without some type of creature protein as being “finished.” But, regardless of the omnipresence of meat, eggs, and dairy in the U.S. very few individuals see how animals in the farming business are raised, butchered, and conveyed to their nearby supermarkets.

Read More »
Chicken Cheaper Than Bread research

WHY CHICKEN MEAT IS CHEAPER THAN BREAD?

Have you ever wondered why today’s “valuable” everyday chicken can be cheaper, a pound for a pound, than bread? Cheap chicken has become the “healthier” meat of choice for most buyers, with sales booming and growing by 20% in the UK since 2000. But is it really cheap or healthy?

Read More »
Cheap Food Medically Expensive Research

CHEAP FOOD IS MEDICALLY EXPENSIVE

The food we eat plays a central role in our health. The epidemics of our time – obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes – are closely linked with unhealthy eating habits. But eating healthy is also expensive, making it a particular challenge for 12% of US households, who worry about being able to afford enough food each month.

Read More »
Sweeteners Effect on Weight Reduction, Diabetes and Cravings in GLOBESITY Bootcamp for the Obese

EFFECTS OF SWEETENERS ON WEIGHT LOSS, CRAVINGS, AND DIABETES

Sugar is made from equal parts of fructose and glucose. Almost all sugars and sweeteners activate the brain reward system, but to different extents. For instance,  fructose consumption is accompanied by a higher activity rise in the brain reward system and less satiety inducing. The effect is seen to a relatively less extent in glucose, saccharin, and sucralose.

Read More »
Red Meat Effect on Weight Reduction, Diabetes and Cravings in GLOBESITY Bootcamp for the Obese

EFFECTS OF RED MEAT ON WEIGHT REDUCTION, CRAVINGS AND DIABETES IN GLOBESITY BOOTCAMP FOR THE OBESE

The common definition considers red meat as a meat with a darker color before and after cooking. However, in nutrition, red meat is defined as any meat that has more myoglobin than white meat. Red meat is defined as all meats obtained from mammals (regardless of cut or age) as they have more myoglobin (United States Department of Agriculture). This includes beef, veal, lamb, pork, and also a leg of chicken and turkey (the latter are considered white by common definition). Fish and poultry (excluding legs) are considered white meat.

Read More »
WATER INTAKE Effect on Weight Reduction, Diabetes and Cravings in GLOBESITY Bootcamp for the Obese

WATER INTAKE EFFECTS ON WEIGHT REDUCTION, CRAVINGS AND DIABETES IN GLOBESITY BOOTCAMP FOR THE OBESE

The human body is composed of ~75% water, which plays an important role in every bodily function. Hydrated a person is more efficient in body performance ranging from thinking to burning body fat. Water intake aids in weight loss. It suppresses appetite, boosts metabolism, and makes exercise more effective. Drinking more water promotes satiation, as it passes through the system and stretches the stomach, resulting in fullness. Drinking water also stimulates heat production in the body, resulting in a higher rate of metabolism.

Read More »