The Real Truth About Weight Gain & Weight Loss

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In 2007, after many clinical studies, the Physical Activity Guidelines published that they didn’t have enough significant evidence to prove that exercising more promoted weight loss.

Every study done on reducing daily calorie intake for weight loss has proven this calorie in and calorie out theory wrong because insignificant amount of weight loss was achieved and it didn’t last long.

Our grocery stores are filled with zero fat or low fat products, people have turned into fanatic calorie counters, and the diet and weight loss industry is bringing in $30 billion dollars a year. Yet, people are still getting fatter and sicker, more and more with each year. 

Obesity in American has gone up 250% in the last 50 years.


It’s obvious that the thermodynamic theory for weight loss is flawed. So why do we still swear by it? What’s really causing all this weight gain? 

The weight-loss and nutritional information available to the public is very bias because for decades now heads of nutrition, such as Fredrick Stare of Harvard University, have been bought out and paid for by sugar companies and medical research has been funded by pharmaceutical companies. 

What we know about our health is only what big greedy corporations want us to know, it’s not necessarily the truth. 

However the truth is being taught and still is being taught in every medical school to every doctor in the country. This information was considered common sense knowledge by the British Nutritional Journal in 1963. 

It’s been drilled into our minds over and over again that eating fat will make you fat. That over eating and not enough exercise will make you fat. You need to eat your whole grains, and low fat diary to be healthy. 

Turns out this is NOT true.



The explanation for weight gain and weight loss has been predetermined by the thermodynamic theory meaning that calories in must match calories out, an imbalance results in weight gain or weight loss. 

I think we are all familiar with that. Whenever we seek advice on weight loss we are always told to “eat less and more more.” 

The real reason behind all this fat? 

A combination of two things, and fat is definitely NOT one of them.

1) Carbohydrates & sugar. Yep, these guys again. They feed candida and cancer, cause chronic inflammation and now they are the real reason behind your weight gain.


2) Insulin. Insulin is a fat metabolism regulator. He’s the head honcho and he decides what to do with the food you eat, what gets used for energy and what gets stored. And as it turns out, insulin loves turning the food you eat into fat. 

When you eat carbohydrates or any other type of sugar, your blood sugar goes up stimulating your pancreas to secrete insulin. Insulin then determines what to do. And what it does is it speeds up the intake of glucose into the tissues and promotes the tissues to store it as fat. 

But why store it as fat, why do we need it? Or better yet, what exactly IS fat anyway?

Fat is stored energy. It’s a bunch of fatty acids that are waiting for the body to use it up as fuel.

So why aren’t we using it up, why are we walking around like giant broken fuel tanks? 

Insulin is to blame again because insulin is what stops the fatty acids from being used up for energy. 

For decades this simple information has been right under our noses. 

“The release of fatty acids from fat cells requires only the negative stimulus of insulin deficiency.” - 1965 Dr. Rosalyn Yalow of Berlin.

Every other hormone in our body works on pulling fat out of our tissues. By reducing insulin production in our body, we don’t even need to try to burn fat, our hormones will naturally do the work for us. 

“When insulin is secreted or chronically elevated fat accumulates in the fat tissue. When insulin levels drop, fat escapes from the fat tissue and the fat deposits shrink, we secrete insulin primarily in response to the carbohydrates in our diet. Carbohydrate is driving insulin is driving fat.” George Cahill 2005 Harvard diabetes expert.

Gary Taubes, author of ‘Why We Get Fat’ and ‘Good Calories, Bad Calories’ explains, “a functioning diet that keeps weight down is a diet that is carbohydrate restricted.” 


There it is, plain and simple. No need to starve yourself and work like a mule at the gym. All it takes is simple dietary adjustments and let nature do most of the work for you.

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