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6/29/11 10:21 P

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Thanks!

I'll definitely take a closer look at those articles!

I was in a bit of a rush earlier.



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6/29/11 1:26 P

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Yep. Lose the low fat yogurt. Also, check out my blog
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6/29/11 11:32 A

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Yes, this includes all dairy. These articles point out that our bodies NEED that fat to stay healthy and even to lose weight effectively. We are all suffering under the misguided notion that eating fat, particularly saturated fats, are bad for us. This has been proven wrong. We need to get our good, healthy fats back and stop eating refined foods, especially grains and sugars.

Just take a quick look at the first link that Fit-Artist posted if you are in a rush for time. Though you will gain a lot more great information if you read all 4 of the articles.

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6/29/11 7:59 A

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Interesting!

So is this ALL dairy, or just milk and cheese?

I eat no-fat organic plain yogurt with live active cultures.

My question is probably answered in the articles, but if anyone happens to know if yogurt is included here, I'd appreciate the perspective!

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5/21/11 7:04 P

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5/21/11 4:56 P

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I've researched this as well and not only that, I've experienced it. When I was in my young 20's I tried low-fat pretty much everything for years trying to stay fit and yep, that's when I gained the most weight.

When I learned of the drawbacks and stopped eating low fat, I lost or maintained weight without much effort. I now try to use only full fat dairy ---and absolutely no artificial sugars - another thing I tried in the past that backfired.

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Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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