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Endurance athletes who ‘go against the grain’ become incredible fat-burners

Elite performance on a diet with minimal carbs represents a paradigm shift in sports nutrition Elite endurance athletes who eat very few carbohydrates burned more than twice as much fat as high-carb athletes during maximum exertion and prolonged exercise in a new study — the highest fat-burning

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Why your diet should include more fat

Think back to the ’80s and ’90s when buying anything that didn’t don a low-fat label was simply taboo. Back then, butter and egg yolks topped the “do not eat” list, while refined carbs and packaged foods weren’t given a second thought. But times have definitely changed.

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The Case for Eating Butter Just Got Stronger

A new study found no link between eating butter and heart disease. It looks like butter may, in fact, be back. The creamy condiment is a “middle-of-the-road” food, nutritionally speaking—better than sugar, worse than olive oil—according to a new report, which adds to a growing body of research

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A1 vs A2 Cow’s Milk

Problem with Cow’s Milk: A1 Beta Casein Protein Cow’s milk consists of both casein and whey protein. Casein makes up about 30 percent of the total protein in milk solids. There are different types of casein in the milk of dairy cows; essentially A1 and A2. 10 millenniums

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“Eat Less Fat” Conspiracy

“Eat less fat” conspiracy   Since 1960s, manufacturers of low-fat foods, agra-pharma complex, and other huge financial interests have waged a successful promotional campaign. Spearheaded by the proponents of the diet-heart hypothesis, medical and governmental regulatory agencies published the erroneous food pyramid and low-fat dietary guidelines between

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