Corn syrup is a sweetener made from maize (corn). The process required to convert the corn into simple sugar syrup
involves enzymes from two different bacteria and a fungus. High Fructose Corn Syrup undergoes further enzymatic
processing to yield higher levels of fructose in the final product.
Corn syrup is not a natural product. While it starts from a natural substance, the end product is the result of human
biochemistry using reactions that would never occur in the natural environment. Corn syrup or High Fructose Corn Syrup
is not “naturally” found in nature.
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Cardiologist Dr. William Davis calls modern wheat the “perfect, chronic poison”. He claims modern wheat is a mutation that contains a new protein called gliadin which acts like an opiate causing us to eat an average of 440 additional calories, every day, 365 days a year. It also causes a whole host of health issues and complications.
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The unwanted results from overtraining are varied; but almost always are a result of inadequate recovery. Whether referring to muscle, neural, biochemical or emotional effects of overtraining, most symptoms are the result of imbalance between stress and rest. Many of the unwanted results of overtraining mimic the symptoms that initiated training in the first place.
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This is a question we get asked a lot! The answer is simple enough on the surface. But, of course, there is more to consider to maximize the results from your efforts. The best time to exercise is the best time for you to exercise. There is no one time that is best for all. [...]
Gluten is a naturally occurring substance found in wheat and other grain products. Its purpose in nature is to provide the requirements for seed germination and propagation. Gluten is found in the endosperm of a grain plant. When ingested by humans, it can cause a variety of negative symptoms in certain individuals.
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There are many sugar substitutes on the market, some natural, some man made. Some are safe, some we are not so sure about. This article will give you the low down on which are safe and of which you should be wary, of which can help you lose weight, and which can actually be harmful to you.
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