DO YOU HURT THE CEREALS AND DO NOT KNOW?

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One of the major recent changes in the concepts of nutrition is the importance given to carbohydrates (starches and sweets) feeding. The usual recommendations nutrition books are too high if we want to be healthy.
We have been told that they are very important and that 50 to 60% of calories should come from carbohydrates. This is excessive, we can become ill, according to new findings. If we want health, they may constitute only about 20% of volume of food, which is very little compared to usual.
Carbohydrates such as cereals (rice, oats, barley, corn, wheat), tubers (potatoes, sweet potatoes) and sweets (desserts, etc.) make up the majority of what we usually eat when we go out and want to eat something in a OXXO or another similar company, what we see is 90% carbohydrates, we are surrounded by them on all sides.
This high consumption brings several consequences, some more or less accepted by the population are fattening and diabetes. But others are less well known.
A few years ago I was researching at the University of Alabama, the possible role of sugar in mice genetically modified to this type of research and found that not only could generate damage in the brain typical Alzheimer’s disease and had diminished their ability learning and memory, but which invited fattening, diabetes and impaired blood fats.
Then an investigation as carbohydrates alter insulin signaling, Dr. U. Kenyon California and his team found that reducing the length of life of about 20% in the experimental animals.
In humans recently found, among other things, significantly increases the appearance of the most aggressive forms of breast cancer (American Journal of Clincal Nutrition, July 2012), that women with breast cancer have more relapses and die more of the same, if your diet is high in carbohydrates, but if the decrease greatly reduce relapses and live longer (Dr. Emod, U. of California, Breast Cancer Conference, Dec. 6-10, 2011).
On the negative effects of high carbohydrate intake on health much more. This and other topics will be covered in our next course of compatible Bio Food and Diet Therapy, in a few weeks, those interested can contact us.
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Rafael García Chacón
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