Opioid abuse is a “very serious public health” issue in the U.S.
Prescriptions for opioid painkillers has risen by a staggering 300% over the past 10 years.
You should be aware that drug overdose was the leading cause of accidental death in 2014 with 47,055 lethal overdoses.
Surprisingly 18,893 were related to prescription pain relievers which topped heroin overdoses of 10,574.
The good news is your diet may play a part in reducing your back and joint inflammation.
A new study was published in the November 29, 2007 issue of the scientific journal “Lipids” shows how a low carb high fat diet improves your health beyond weight loss and keeping blood glucose under control.
By reducing carbs the study showed that had much greater reductions in pro-inflammatory markers.
And the less carbs the greater were the reductions.
When you go on a low fat diet, you most likely replace the fats with carbohydrates.
Doing so, Jeff Volek PhD, RD, exercise and nutrition researcher, observed in his studies that this increase in glucose may be the root cause behind obesity, diabetes and a whole host of other preventable diseases that all improve with the use of a low-carb diet.
And it just may be the lower the better.
Makes sense. You see, since the adoption of low fat diets by most doctors and nutritionists in the last 60 years or so, obesity, diabetes and a long list of other preventable diseases have spiked.
Common sense should tell you there must be a connection between the low fat diets and spiking preventable diseases.
I think it is because glucose is a “dirty” fuel and generates far more reactive molecules and free radicals derived from molecular oxygen. In other words as it burns it produces bad garbage in your body.
But in order for you to burn fat, your cells must be healthy and normal. Cancer cells, as an example, cannot burn fat.
As you start to put the pieces together, you will see a low carb diet, therefore may be a lot healthier for you to be on.
But every low carb diet isn’t the same.
Low carb high protein types of diets, like Akins, Paleo and such are much healthier than a low fat diet, but they do have their drawbacks.
Excessive protein in your body can be turned into glucose which can stop your body from burning fat.
Although not as bad as a low fat diet, it may not the best diet when you want to train your body to burn fat.
The second way, and the way that may be the best diet for you to be on, is a high fat diet of healthy fats with a moderate amount of quality protein and very low carbohydrates diet so that your body has no other choice but to burn fat for fuel.
This is because fats have little to no effect on blood sugar and insulin levels which means you don’t get the sugar spikes or crashes after eating a meal.
This information is just the tip of the iceberg.
Learn why low fat diets are even being promoted today and how the different diets affect you and your health.
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