Is low fat food making you fat?

Is low fat food making you fat?
 
My silly mistake in years past was choosing nasty food products labeled ‘Diet’, ‘Low Fat’, ‘Lite’, ‘Sugar Free’. These products are NOT healthy – they will NOT make you lose weight. In fact, if the ingredients list reads like the back of a Crayola pencil box (i.e Color E-42PS, G42-u) can you really call it a ‘food’?

Here is the truth about eating “fat-free”. There is no relationship between the amount of fat you eat and the amount of fat you gain! Do you really think these reduced-fat alternatives can make you lose weight? If so, why is America the fattest nation in the world? According to the last 2000 survey by the Atlanta-based trade group named the Calorie Control Council, 180 million Americans currently consume low or reduced-fat foods and beverages – that is 90% of all American adults. By comparison, in 1978 there were only 42 million adult consumers of low-cal, sugar-free products in the U.S. The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) reported obesity in adults has increased by 60% within the past twenty years!

A simple, fool proof tip is to make sure you eat food that is unprocessed and as close to nature as possible and be more mindful of what you’re buying by reading the label. 

I also recommend taking NatureBee Potentiated Bee Pollen - it will fill in any nutritional gaps in your diet. NatureBee Potentiated Bee Pollen is one of the few Superfoods on earth – it is 100% natural and contains 27 vitamins and aminos, 28 minerals and antioxidants. If weight loss is your goal Bee Slim is also a good one for you to try – the combination of Green Tea, Cayenne Pepper, Licorice root & Ginseng will assist in curbing your appetite and helping rid your body of unwanted weight.

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New Zealand based Nature Bee was born in 1997 when Jeff and Ben Cook joined forces. The father / son team discovered a special process developed by Canterbury University, still considered to be ground breaking today, that unlocks the nutrients of bee pollen, making it far more digestible than normal bee pollen. This proprietary process was later to be named the ‘potentiation process' and is continually used only by Nature Bee on their New Zealand bee pollen. Nature Bee is now available in almost every country in the world.

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