Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Feedlot Beef – Once a cow gets to its first birthday it moves from the grazing pastures where it happily munched away on its favorite food of green grass into the crowded feedlot where it gets fed around 14 pound of grain to produce just 1 pound of beef.
Because of the crowding and increased risk of ill health they are given antibiotics to cut the risk of illness, given growth hormone injections so they can be sent to the slaughter house quicker and make room for the next victim.
Not only are feedlots bad for the environment because of the math of feeding grain to produce beef, introducing all those antibiotics and growth hormones into the American food chain is at best wrong and at worst plain dangerous. 97% of all beef sold in the States is feedlot but don’t think switching to grass fed is the answer either as these cows are still likely to have been subject to injections while organic beef will not have had any injections BUT may have been raised on grain. Powerful Lobbying Groups – This one struck a chord as only today I watched Casino Jack and was struck by how powerful these lobyists are. Also responsible for preventing food labeling reforms, farming policies and many other issues where the buck comes first and obesity in America comes a poor second.
Salt – Responsible for more than 100,000 deaths from heart attack and strokes in America every year!
Avoid processed foods which are loaded with the stuff and snack on unsalted nuts instead of potato chips.
Subsidising Companies That Produce Fuel From Corn – Converting corn into fuel pushes up the price of corn and the foods that contain the stuff. McDonalds Big Meal – A double quarter pounder with cheese,  large fries and coke is loaded with white flour, sugar, carbs, salt and saturated fat. All fast foods are nothing more than a method of fasting tracking your way to a heart attack. Kellogg is just one of a number of junk food pushers ruining a nations future by targeting our children with their tv ads.

Omelets: Eggs aren’t bad, they’re nutrient-dense and loaded with belly-burning protein, vitamins B6, B12, A, D, E, and K, folate, choline, lutein, calcium, iron, phosphorus, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids. Beans: Black beans, navy beans, refried beans, and lima beans all have 6 or more grams of fiber per ? cup.
Berries: Strawberries, raspberries and blackberries are loaded with fiber, which slows sugar absorption, and they’re packed with vitamins that can fight cravings.
Cinnamon: Researchers have found that cinnamon contains a type of antioxidant that increases insulin sensitivity and effectively helps to stabilize blood sugar. Chili Peppers: Studies have shown that the active ingredient in chili peppers and powder, something called capsaicin, increases calorie-burning, stabilizes blood sugar levels which decreases fat storage, and is a potent antioxidant.
Wild Salmon: Hands-down one of the best belly-blasting foods because of its protein and high omega-3 fatty acid content.
If you want your beef free of both injected substances and grain feed you will want to buy organic grass fed beef. They prevent reforms going through which would protect our kids from the bombardment of tv ads that promote the junk that is breakfast cereals. It costs the taxpayer $6 Billion per year and there are no significant benefits to the environment. The only good thing to come out of the entire episode was that it proved once and for all that America needs tougher food safety laws.
Froot Loops have never been anywhere near real fruit but the name implies it so the parent subconsciously believes they are buying something healthy for their kids. They are also one of the food giants trying to kill off the governments voluntary nutrition standards which, if the bill were to get passed would let parents quickly identify if a product is healthy for their child – now why do you think Kellogg would want to do such a thing?
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Turns out certain vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, kale, and cabbage contain special phytonutrients, such as indole-3-carbinol (I3C), which help to fight against environmental estrogens that can add belly fat. Dark chocolate is loaded with antioxidants with nearly eight times the number found in strawberries and it contains stimulants that can have a positive effect on fat burning, including theobromine and caffeine. Just be sure to avoid the processed, high-sugar junk out there and stick to slow-cook oats. Fiber can clean your system of pounds of “toxic waste” and reduce your belly bulge in a big way. Grass fed beef is no better for the environment thanks to the amount of methane grass eating cows produce and then there is the sheer amount of land we are talking about. Another food giant using advertising to bend the truth about the nutritional value of their food. However, Greek yogurts like Stoneyfield Farms Oikos Greek Yogurt -plain- are loaded with probiotics that fight belly bulge. This includes wild salmon, free-range chicken, whey protein powders, and most especially grass-fed beef because it contains natural CLA—a fat that studies have actually shown to burn fat. The interesting thing about protein is your body will burn off as much as 30% of its calories after you eat it.

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