Ky. diets lack healthy food, survey finds
The Paleo diet emphasizes high-quality animal proteins, healthy fats, vegetables and fruits, and excludes gluten, sugar, dairy, legumes, starches, alcohol and processed foods. It’s http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 the most popular diet around today, and has a large celebrity following, including NBA superstars Kobe Bryant, Blake Griffin and Ray Allen, supermodel Adriana Lima (pictured above), and actor Kellan Lutz. Two excellent resources on the Paleo diet are The Paleo Solution (by Robb Wolf) and The Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson, who is his own best advertisement for the anti-aging benefits of the Paleo eating plan. [Editor’s note: I have read both books and they are fantastic.] The new Swedish study bolsters claims by leading obesity experts who insist low-carb diets like the Paleo and ketogenic diets fuel rapid weight loss , reverses type 2 diabetes, and prevents Alzheimer’s, obesity, epilepsy and ADHD.
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diets lack healthy food, survey finds By Margarita Cambest, New Era staff writer Kentucky New Era | 0comments Kentuckians have access to healthy foods, but they arent choosing them because they think theyre too expensive, according to a poll released by the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky and Interact for Health. The poll found 39 percent of Kentucky adults dont get the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables in their daily diets. About half of Kentuckians surveyed said it was because of the cost. Americans should eat two servings of fruit and three servings of vegetables daily, according to U.S.
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