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by Alisa Princy (2020-02-12)

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Dairy The second LumaSlim Review mainstay of our diet is also a big contributor to body fat. Dairy, like wheat is very difficult for some people to break down. This coupled with the amount and regularity of our consumption means most people have developed some level of sensitivity towards it. The fastest way to get fat is to eat food you are sensitivitie to. Many dairy products now also come in low fat versions which then fuels hunger as the body rarely does well off a meal containing carbohydrates alone. (For most people the protein in dairy is not enough to control hunger and / or is the wrong type). Cereal The "healthy" bowl of cereal means that for the majority of the population they have messed up a third of their meals every week before 8am in the morning. The majority of cereals contain both wheat (as in bread and pasta) and is eaten alongside milk (dairy). Combining the two most common and strong food sensitivities into an early morning kick start is a sure fire way to make you overweight and out of shape. Cereals also very rarely provide the ideal fuel mix to control hunger. Therefore, often, you are eating again by the first break in work. Low fat meals Almost everything you buy in this day and age has low fat written on it. As the only society in the history of humanity to actively go low fat, it is no surprise to see we are the fattest. With no correlation between fat consumption (we are not eating more today than the past) and obesity you do wonder how much longer people are going to keep sounding this low-fat horn. By not eating fat within your meals you will invariably not hit your ideal fuel mix and this will mean you are hungry or have food cravings. At this point you are much more likely to eat high sugar or sensitive foods, e.g. chocolate, breads, biscuits etc. Low fat meals also mean you do not consume enough of the fat soluble vitamins. This reduces overall efficiency which will affect body fat.

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