The Top 8 Diet Related Articles of 2015

Diet Related Articles

Whether you made changes to your diet in 2015 or plan to in 2016, these articles focus on the changes you need to make to improve your health now and beyond.

  • For three years, Damon Gameau cut out sugar from his diet – then, for a documentary, he reintroduced the white stuff. The results were shocking!
  • Four Decades of the Wrong Dietary Advice Has Paved the Way for the Diabetes Epidemic: Time to Change Course
  • Take off that Fitbit. Exercise alone won’t make you lose weight. The obesity problem has little to do with our sedentary lifestyles.
  • How giving up refined sugar changes your brain. Consuming refined sugar can impact mood, decision-making, and memory. Here’s how good it can be to give it up.
  • Why It Was Easier to Be Skinny in the 1980s….even with eating and exercising the same amount.
  • Sugar isn’t just empty, fattening calories – it’s making us sick.
  • Cut out carbs, not fat if you want to lose weight, Harvard study finds.
  • He overhauled his diet, cured his illness and now considers himself an ambassador for healthy living.

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  • I recently watched Damon Gameau’s “That Sugar Film” and it got the message across to me in a way nothing else had before — that even “healthy” foods like fruit juice, smoothies, yogurt, cereal, and fruit jams are making us sick. Watching this young, healthy man gain weight and inches and frankly, look like crap, after a few months of eating “healthy” sugars while consuming NO more calories than he did before sold me once and for all that sugar is harmful. If anyone needs help keeping their resolution to quit sugar I highly recommend his movie or his accompanying book.

  • jeri lynn

    thank you for the articles! I esp liked the damon gameau one. but all are helpful. however, why, why, why do people keep saying “carbs” when they mean ‘starchy carbs?’ do they really not understand that veggies are carbs?;). ok, sorry for the rant. I know you guys never do that at eleven eleven. but I see it so much in articles, books and stories about food.

  • jeri lynn

    thank you for the articles! I esp liked the damon gameau one. but all are helpful. however, why, why, why do people keep saying “carbs” when they mean ‘starchy carbs?’ do they really not understand that veggies are carbs?;). ok, sorry for the rant. I know you guys never do that at eleven eleven. but I see it so much in articles, books and stories about food.

  • jeri lynn

    thank you for the articles! I esp liked the damon gameau one. but all are helpful. however, why, why, why do people keep saying “carbs” when they mean ‘starchy carbs?’ do they really not understand that veggies are carbs?;). ok, sorry for the rant. I know you guys never do that at eleven eleven. but I see it so much in articles, books and stories about food.

  • jeri lynn

    thank you for the articles! I esp liked the damon gameau one. but all are helpful. however, why, why, why do people keep saying “carbs” when they mean ‘starchy carbs?’ do they really not understand that veggies are carbs?;). ok, sorry for the rant. I know you guys never do that at eleven eleven. but I see it so much in articles, books and stories about food.