BALi Eating for Weight Management

| September 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

BALi eating is not a diet but a change in lifestyle based on human biochemistry and over 30 years of trial and error. I didn’t make the rules of human biochemistry. They have always been there. What I did was separate the MSU information presented by most from the reality of human biochemistry.

Weight management science is pretty simple if you understand some basic principles.

  1. Insulin is the primary hormone that causes you to store fat. The more insulin you produce, the more fat you will store.
  2. How much insulin you produce is controlled by how sweet something taste, how quickly it turns to sugar, and how long sugar stays in your blood stream.
  3. Eating cake all day causes you to over produce insulin. “Cake” is the combination of sugar, refined grains, and fat. Start looking at your plate and reading labels to see how many of your meals are cake.
  4. Regardless of calories, each time your tongue taste sweet, you produce insulin. How many times/day do you taste “sweet”?
  5. Thyroid is the hormone that combines with insulin to get insulin out of your blood stream and into your cells to be burned for energy. If thyroid levels are low, you have to produce more insulin to compensate. This is so called “insulin resistance”. Producing more insulin makes you store more fat.
  6. Inflammation makes you store more water, snot, and fat. Inflammation is the war waged by your immune system against critter overgrowth. When thyroid levels decline, your body temperature drops. Critters, especially Candida yeast, like cooler temps. This is why you develop fever–heat kills critters. Some chemicals produced by the immune system produce fever. Others, called “growth factors”, cause water retention, mucous production (snot) and fat storage.

Simply not eating “cake” and optimizing thyroid levels will guarantee weight loss.

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(MSU is a commonly used Robyism that typically stands for “make science up” or “make sh*t up”. “Critter” is commonly used to reference Candida yeast overgrowth and inflammation.)

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Category: Blood Sugar, General Health, Inflammation, Weight Management

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