If your answer is yes to this question it’s not surprising given, for many years, we were lead to believe that fat and cholesterol causes heart disease.
However, this diet-heart hypothesis was later discredited as fraudulent science when the real culprit was, and still is, sugar.
For a quick overview of this – watch this short video titled ‘Big Fat Lie’s.
If you want to learn even more about this topic, I recommend reading Coronary Heart Disease: The Dietary Sense and Nonsense by G, Mann who stated in his book “the public is being deceived by the greatest health scam of the century”.
Anyway, getting back to the facts on fat.
Healthy Shift Worker Podcast Episode:
One of the most common struggles I hear from my shift working clients is this ongoing, relentless craving for sugar!
But why is that? Why are shift workers notorious for craving (and eating) all of the sweet stuff – the highly refined carbohydrates that are neither good for our insides or our waistline?!
Well it all comes back to sleep deprivation, so in this episode I will be shedding the light on how lack of sleep effects our brain function, and how one chemical in particular, which causes us to seek out and eat foods which are high in sugar, is much higher in those who are sleep deprived.
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