THE goodsugar DIET™ Support Pages

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Where Should Your Calories Come From?

If a nutrient is not available from the plant kingdom, the human body does not need it.

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What The Heck Am I Supposed To Eat?

For too long, the “diet world” has emphasized things such as calorie consumption and amounts of processed sugar in particular products. But how much nutritional value calorie for calorie is in the products you consume is more important.

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You're a Pig!

What is the ideal diet for humans? Should we be eating bananas all day like our ape cousins do? Should we be ravenous meat eaters like the big cats? Or are we designed to graze like cattle? None of the above.

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Guide To Food Combining

Foods have different transit times and require specific digestive enzymes. Bad food combinations can cause indigestion and fermentation, which may lead to inflammation, a precursor to illness.

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Enjoy Your Diet

Eating a simple meal can be a focused meditation.

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Veganism

A very important aspect of your own weight loss is that you are living a life of compassion.

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Bad Sugar

If you stay away from fruit and starchy vegetables, you’ll be depriving healthy cells of needed sugar for energy, which they need to perform their specific functions. 

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Calories

The more you clean up your diet, the more biologically efficient you become. The more efficient your body becomes, the more likely it is that you can consume a fair amount of calories and still drop some pounds.

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Protein Confuses Everyone

A blind pursuit of protein is a BIG mistake in many diets. Protein is a lousy source of fuel because it doesn’t convert easily into glucose, and glucose is the only source of fuel your brain can use. Your body can utilize only so much protein, and the leftovers are stored as toxins or eliminated as waste.

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Juice and Smoothies

Juice and smoothies are a wonderful tool to aid in the beginning of a weight-loss program followed by the introduction of solid foods and a lifestyle pattern.