The Fat Cell Destroyer

The power of switching your diet to more whole foods and less processed foods. Here are some powerful examples of how not only switching to more whole foods will help your waistline but it will also help your overall health.⠀⠀

1. Don’t just take my word for it though. In this Feb 2019 randomized controlled trial, ultra-processed diets caused excess calorie intake which in turn led to weight gain, unlike the unprocessed food diet. ⠀⠀

2. Another February 2019 study published in the journal of the American medical association linked an increase in consumption of ultra-processed foods w with a higher risk of all-cause mortality. (About a 14% high risk of all-cause mortality for every 10% increase in processed foods).⠀⠀

3. A 2014 study by Public Health Nutrition found that people who cook at home 6-7 nights a week compared to those who eat out often, save on average 150 calories per day – that’s 1,050 calories a week! Not to mention the hydrogenated oils, fillers & added sodium you avoid by cooking your own food.
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Now, it’s not about being perfect! If most of your diet comes from whole foods and trusted brands that have minimally processed ingredients, there will still be room for fun foods when the occasion strikes or if you want a tasty eat.⠀⠀

If you’re not sure how to get started, here are some of my tips to start switching to a more unprocessed diet:⠀

  • Stop drinking your calories (aside from low sugar kombuchas & high-quality protein shakes)
  • Make a habit of grocery shopping every week
  • Start a meal prep routine
  • Cook more dinners at home
  • Try remaking some of your favorite desserts from scratch in the kitchen with healthier ingredients
  • Read food labels and make sure you can understand what’s even in the minimally processed foods you choose.⠀⠀

The Fat Cell Destroyer by Sam Austin

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