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The worst foods doctors tell you to eat


 


Hello health champions. I'm sure you know that things like diabetes, obesity, and heart disease are common, but with all the conflicting information about food, how do you even know what to eat? Today I want to cover the 10 worst foods that are most often recommended by doctors as part of a supposedly healthy diet and I'll show you why they may not be great for you. When we talk about healthy food, we first have to understand what we are trying to achieve and what we are trying to avoid.


 So about 95 percent of all diseases that people die from are related to something called metabolic syndrome or Syndrome S and this is like an umbrella for all the things that happen when people suffer from type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer and obesity, which is a big correlation not The reason is but it is often listed alongside these because there is a strong association with them and thus good or bad foods will depend on how foods affect these variables such as insulin and insulin resistance if it contains fructose because fructose is a carbohydrate, it is a sugar.


 It can only be treated by the liver which is bad like alcoholics who get fatty liver from drinking alcohol well if you got a nonalcoholic fatty liver, this is because of fructose, so we have 10 years and 12 years in the thousands get type 2 diabetes and fatty liver and they didn't eat A drop of alcohol but a lot of sugar and a lot of high fructose corn syrup.


 So fructose is a key to understanding this and we will also link it to the glycemic index and this is how quickly blood glucose rises after eating a certain food, so if you eat a refined food that contains a lot of sugar, your blood glucose level will rise faster and produce more. Insulin and this makes you insulin resistant but also to fluctuations in blood sugar and inconsistencies in energy levels and we also want to understand how food affects inflammation and if this is a food people usually have allergies, hypersensitivity or otherwise.


 Tolerant because if there is a reaction in the body to the food, it will lead to an increase in inflammation as well. We'll cover 10 food items in no particular order, the first of which is whole grain bread or wheat bread, and as I said, we'll talk about the insulin index, glycemic index, fructose inflammation, and allergies, and we'll also look at fiber because that's a good thing, and these foods may contain some of that, so let's see if they are Indeed one of the best sources


So insulin-first wholegrain bread or white bread or any type of bread doesn't really do that.It's important for them to have a high insulin response because they have a very high glycemic index and the standard glycemic index measure is that the high is above 70. And low is anything less than 55 but this is in a world where people eat 300 grams of carbs and cram themselves with sugar and soda all day long.

 

So if we want to be healthy or if we want to reverse insulin resistance, we want to look for glycemic index numbers in one column or maybe 20 or 30 and there are a lot of foods in this range to choose from, 74 is an astronomer. Very high glycemic index, as there are two and a half percent of fructose inWheat bread, and while we don't think of it as a high-fructose food, I mean after every sugar r has 50% fructose, but if you think bread is a good thing and I recommend that you eat all the time, it's 2 and a half percent From


Fructose builds up very quickly in relation to the inflammation of bread, wheat and gluten grains. It creates a very high inflammatory response and there is also a very high tendency to be allergic to it. Even people without celiac disease or who do not know that they are sensitive or intolerant, the majority of people would do better to avoid bread because Inflammation and intolerance, so what about good fiber as it contains some fiber, about four percent of bread is fiber, so if you have a slice of about 25 grams or so, you will get one gram of fiber in this bread that is not much of We are supposed to get 30 40

50 grams of fiber or more, so the sources you want to look for are things like avocados, avocados contain 10 grams of fiber, and if you start eating salads and non-starchy vegetables, they won't have much of anything in them but what do you have It is actually the next component of fiber, which is cereal, and this is what most people eat for breakfast for a very long time and they mix it with some skim milk which is not a great idea. Cereals lightly sweetened with honey


 And Cherry Hazelnut 16 of the total weight of this product is fructose and although the level of inflammation and sensitivity is not as high as gluten grains there are still many people who are allergic to oats and most oats will be processed on equipment containing gluten grains, so unless they are certified free Of the gluten, oats usually contain gluten. How about fiber well, it is often promoted as the strongest argument for eating bread, cereals and grains, and if you read the text below, they will talk about how useful it is also because of the fiber and it has seven grams of fiber but that is


Up to one gram of fiber per serving of grains, so it is best for you to eat things like avocados, vegetables and seeds, they are actually very rich in fiber, the next item on the list is corn and most people think that this is a vegetable but it is really a grain. Not as bad in some aspects as wheat, it still has a moderate to high insulin response, except it has 52 for the glycemic index and on the standard scale which is low in my calculation. The scale is high because it's too high to allow you to reverse insulin resistance when we look at fructose, inflammation


Too low is not too bad but the allergy is one of the most common allergies to corn allergy. Decor insensitivity which is almost all grown corn GM are genetically modified and has some fiber but again this is not a tremendous contribution, you are better off with other things, and here is one I have a lot of questions about oatmeal how bad can that be okay, okay, It's not the worst thing, but if you eat it, you want to make sure that the insulin response from steel cut oats is medium to high, the glycemic index is 52 to 82 and that's the difference with


Steel cut oats will end up somewhere completely lower end around 52 while 82 would be if you have instant oats if they roll with steam if they make them easy to cook, they are also fast-digesting and will raise your blood sugar very quickly, they contain almost no fructose, It's not too bad when it comes to inflammation and allergies and contains some fiber at around 10 percent, so in a serving of oatmeal you'll get four grams of fiber but if you're going to do so, remember to do steel cut oats and be very creamy with butter because that will slow down Insulin response, I get a lot of comments


 Of the people who say you were very logical until you started peeling the fruit well, here's what we need to understand about fruits We have long been asked our ancestors to eat more fruits and vegetables, eat more fruits and vegetables, this is like a mantra, but what they really say Is to eat more vegetables. Fruits changed a lot from our ancestors' intake of the seasonal fruits they grew locally. The fruit they had and nothing in common with the sweetened, juicy fruit that we have today Their fruit has nowhere near the amount of sugar we get and we have access to it 365 days.


Per year, so the average to high insulin response glycemic index will vary greatly from 20 to 60. Fructose 4 to 8 percent, dried fruit is much higher, so a lot of people say I was baking but it didn't contain any sugar. Because I only used dates and raisins well, it contains 75 sugar which means that it will get about 35 percent pure fructose, well, naturally it has a few benefits but it's still all just sugar so you can't do that, there is sensitivity not so much Very well but there are still a lot of people who are allergic to things like citrus fruits, pineapples or strawberries, so watch out! Does it contain some fiber, yes it's not easy but again you can't really eat it, you just don't want to eat enough From the fruit to get them for you

Providing fiber in this way so that it is not horrible, it is full of vitamins and minerals that mother nature makes but you are not supposed to eat it 365 days a year, so think of it as a treat eat it like a dessert once in a while and then it's okay now, some people may well ask about If they are recommending these foods and they are this terrible they will not notice if no one is getting better, here's what to keep in mind it depends where to start it If you have a terrible diet of just soda and cake, then anything you change is a good improvement, so if You went from horrible to bad and now you've got orange juice and you're baking now you're better off, still


It's far from good but you are better off, and if you go from bad to decent and change your steel-cut oat toast, now you're on your way, you're still not eating anything great but at least it's not terrible, so think of it as if you had A life span for some somewhere 50 years and then you change some things and you get 60 years, that is an improvement that means you are done, it means that you are eating all the great foods, of course not so good but you are better off than you were, so everything is relative now if you go One more step, go from delicious to great and eat things like omelets, avocados, and nuts


And the seeds and salads and herbaceous beef and all these great natural things that the planet is producing now you go from good to great, so most of the things I cover, and they found out what's really horrific they don't recommend it anymore but moving from there they it just didn't work Exactly and this is what we're talking about, how to improve it, how to get better health, how to reverse health conditions, and have the best quality of life after that on the list which is soybeans and it was popularized when they discovered tha eating Japanese and Asians.


Lots of soybeans and they had less heart disease, and they discovered that was good because they forgot to check how much sugar they ate but is low on insulin on the glycemic index, almost no fructose, so what? Wrong with that well, all cultures that use soybeans don't eat soy the way it is processed, they ferment it, they have bacteria that they have cultures that break down so we can digest it easily because it is very difficult to digest and therefore it has a very high inflammatory response and allergies are very common, four The most common allergies I see are wheat, corn, and soy dairy products.


Then they also converted it into GM grains along with corn, so what now? They feed on animals when they make grain-fed beef, it's basically the corn and soybeans that they feed them to. We've all seen commercials for milk, so it's deeply ingrained in our cultures that dairy is healthy and it's good Our calcium quota is good is neither of these two. The two things are now when you remove fat from dairy products, you remove the better part, so the insulin response becomes much higher because you leave out all the sugar and protein and when you leave the protein it is not absorbed and used well, then it turns into sugar.


For the most part, so it has an average insulin response, the glycemic index of skim milk is 46 while butter is almost zero and cream is much less than that but when you add it to something commonly used with milk like corn flakes now, this mixture arrives. With a glycemic index of 93. So it may be just drinking hummingbird juice or something high in inflammation and the sensitivity is high because once we treat it, once we have pasteurized, homogenized and removed all the fats that we change the food, the raw cow's milk is


Not a bad thing for most people, breast milk is the ideal food in nature but when we mess with it it is not the same anymore it becomes very difficult for the body to deal with it, and here is one of the biggest distortions of our time in my opinion, we have a perfectly good food called an egg Then we take the yolk and separate it from the white. We throw out the good part and eat the thing that doesn't do much for us and it's the egg white, so it's usually the egg white that people are allergic to that much more than that.

It is common for people to be more intolerant of egg white than egg yolk, and the next thing is to take advantage of the amount of this protein that we already use, which means that protein can be used for one of two things that can be used to build tissues to become building blocks or we can convert protein into sugar. And its energy use is good if we eat the whole egg, we will use 48 percent which is by the way the highest percentage of any food, and this is very good but when we get rid of the yolk, we re-get rid of some of the essential amino acids that reduce this percentage to 17 percent, so when we eat Egg whites, we think


 We get all this great lean protein so well that we hardly use any of it. 5 6 in sugar and we use it for fuel, so eggs can be great food, but if you eat it, look for good quality, I only eat pasture eggs and I make sure you eat everything, here is another example of how terrible a decline we have got information tell us That fats are harmful and that saturated fats are bad while fats are in fact good and saturated fats are good if they come from a good source, but then they told us that the fats you eat should come from vegetable oils and this is one.


One of the worst fats that we can eat because they say it is vegetarian, but it is actually made from soybeans and canola, which are legumes, grains and seeds. Calories because they have been roughly processed and have a tendency to allergies not so much because they've stripped them of almost everything but if we're really sensitive to corn or soybeans, that might still be a problem, and removing them from all these grains is mostly genetically modified these days, then We get to margarine and margarine


 Vegetarian suffer from the same problems as these pills. D. Vegetable oils because they are made from the same materials as soybeans, corn and canola, so we have the same problems and they have solved the bigger problem which is trans fats. That's just the number of grams per serving so they can say zero grams of trans fat and it has 0.49 grams per teaspoon so you can get 10 percent trans fats and still call it free of trans fats, so


They've come a long way in getting rid of it but they understand that if they measured if they took oil and turned it into a solid, they hydrogenated it and might do it a little better than they used to, but it's not a product I'm going to use, so stick with real butter or if you're hypersensitive to products. Dairy, you can use margarine which I hate to tell you this but red wine is not a healthy food that seems to make it to all of me healthy things to do these days and there are some benefits but let's take a look at the first thing we want to know is alcohol and with fructose alcohol it is The worst thing for the liver is it's too much of a burden


On the liver it causes alcoholic fatty liver disease, and if you are trying to reverse the case of fatty liver, you want to reduce the alcohol to a minimum, whether the wine or anything other than red wine contains something called resveratrol and this has been linked to many different health benefits which is a good thing. But it is very small amounts and you really can't drink enough wine without killing yourself to get any large amount of resveratrol, so if you're trying to get resveratrol, go get a supplement that contains it and maybe even greater but


The benefit of red wine is that it is relaxing when we are relaxing, reducing stress, reducing stress hormones and cortisol. We allow for more beneficial and healing processes in the body when we are relaxing, but if you exercise for a little time, you can do the same relaxation with a walk and inhale. Some fresh air and listen to some music or do meditation or have a cup of tea you should never drink if you really enjoy a glass of wine then I think you should have a glass of wine now and then don't think of it as a healthy food if you You enjoyed this video and want to know more about health, then you really are

About healthy food, we first have to understand what we are trying to achieve and what we are trying to avoid, so about 95 percent of all diseases that people die from are related to something called metabolic syndrome or X syndrome. This is like an umbrella for all the things that happen when people suffer from Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer and obesity, which is a significant association that is not the cause but is often listed alongside these because there is a strong association with them and thus good or bad foods will depend on how foods affect these variables such as insulin and insulin resistance if it is Includes


On fructose because fructose is a carbohydrate, it is a sugar that can only be processed by the liver, which is bad as alcoholics who get fatty liver from drinking alcohol well. Type 2 diabetes and fatty liver and they haven't had a drop of alcohol but they have a lot of sugar and a lot of high fructose corn syrup, so fructose is key to understanding this and we will also link it to the glycemic index and this is how quickly blood glucose rises after eating a certain food So if you do eat


Repeatedly with a lot of sugar, the blood glucose level will rise faster, produce more insulin and this makes you insulin resistant but also to fluctuations in blood sugar and inconsistency in energy levels and we also want to understand how food affects inflammation and if this is a food they usually have People are sensitive, allergic, or intolerant because if there is a reaction in the body to food, it will lead to an increase in inflammation as well. We'll be covering 10 food items in no particular order, the first of which is whole grain bread or wheat bread, and as I said, we'll talk about the insulin glycemic index and inflammation.


 Fructose and allergies, we'll also look at fiber because that's fine and these foods may contain some of that, so let's see if they're actually one of the best sources, so insulin first is whole grain bread, white bread, or any type of bread that doesn't really do that. It is important for them to have a high insulin response because they have a very high glycemic index and the standard measure of the glycemic index is that the high is above 70 and the low is anything below 55 but this is in a world where people eat 300 grams of carbohydrates and They stuff themselves with sugar and soda throughout the day, so if ...


We want to be healthy or if we want to reverse insulin resistance, we want to look for glycemic index numbers in one column or maybe 20 or 30 and there are a lot of foods in this range to choose from, 74 is an astronomer, which is the glycemic index. In very high blood, where there is two and a half percent of fructose in wheat bread, and although we don't think of it as a high-fructose food, I mean after every sugar r has 50% fructose, but if you think the bread Good thing


She recommends that you will eat all the time, the 2 and a half percent of fructose builds up very quickly in relation to the inflammation of bread, wheat and gluten grains. The worst is that it creates a very high inflammatory response and there is also a very high tendency to be allergic to it even people who are not celiac or who are not. Knowing that they are sensitive or intolerant, the majority of people would do better to avoid bread due to inflammation and intolerance, so what about good fiber they contain some fiber, about four percent of bread is fiber, so if you have a slice of about 25 grams or About that

You get one gram of fiber in this bread, and that's not much, we're supposed to get 30, 40, and 50 grams of fiber or more, so the sources you want to look for are things like avocados. Avocados contain 10 grams of fiber. Eating salads and non-starchy vegetables, they don't have a lot of anything in them, but what they have is actually the next element of fiber is grains and this is what most people eat for breakfast for a very long time and mix it with some skim milk which is not a good idea. Indicates that the insulin and glycemic index are the same as bread


 Which rises from the highest level and in this case we are talking about cereals slightly sweetened with honey and hazelnuts cheerios 16 of the total The weight of this product is fructose, and although the level of inflammation and sensitivity is not as high as gluten grains, there are still many people who are allergic Oats and you'll also get most oats that are processed with gluten. Grains, unless certified gluten-free, oats usually contain gluten, and what about good fiber, it is often promoted as the strongest argument for eating bread, cereals, and cereals, and if you read the exact text found


 There, it will be promoted as the strongest argument for eating bread, cereals and grains. Talk about how beneficial it is also because of the fiber, as it contains seven grams of fiber, but that comes down to one gram of fiber per serving of grains, so it is best to eat things like avocados, vegetables and seeds. The next very high fiber item on the list is corn and most people think it is a vegetable but it is actually a grain and although it is not as bad in some aspects as wheat, it still has a moderate to high insulin response. A 52 for the glycemic index and on the scale


The standard which is low on my scale, and it is high because it is too high to allow you to reverse the state of insulin resistance when we look at fructose, it is very low in the inflammation Ion not so bad but the allergy is one of the most common allergies to corn allergy and corn allergy and it is a modified grain Almost all grown corn is genetically modified and contains some fiber but again it's not a tremendous contribution You are better off with other things, I have a lot of questions about oatmeal, how bad can that be so well, it's not the worst thing out there, but if You eat it, you want to make sure


From that the insulin response from steel-cut oats is medium to high, the glycemic index is 52 to 82 and this is the difference with steel-cut oats you will end up somewhere in the lower end around 52 while 82 if you have instant oats if They dry it if they break it up if they make it very easy to cook, it is also very fast digestion and will raise your blood sugar very quickly, it contains almost no fructose, it is also not so bad in terms of inflammation and allergies and it contains some fiber about 10 percent so In a serving of oats you will get


Four grams of fiber but if you do, remember to do a steel cut oatmeal and be very creamy with butter because that will slow down the insulin response, I get loads of comments from people who say that I was very logical until I started slathering on the fruit well, to you What we must understand about fruits that we were told long ago to eat more fruits and vegetables, eat more fruits and vegetables, it's like a mantra but what they really say is to eat more vegetables, the fruit has changed a lot in our ancestors with seasonal fruits that they had fruits The fruits they have are locally grown


 And there is nothing in common with the improved sweet-juice fruit that we have today whose fruits are not close to the amount of sugar we have and we have access to it 365 days a year, so the insulin response is medium to high, and the glycemic index will vary greatly from 20 to 60. Fructose 4 to 8 percent of dried fruit is much higher so a lot of people if I say, I've been baking but it didn't have any sugar because


I only used dates and raisins well, they contain 75 sugar which means that they will get about 35 percent pure fructose, naturally it has a little benefit but everything is still just sugar so you can't do that, there is sensitivity not too much Very but there are still a lot of people who are allergic to things like citrus fruits, pineapples or strawberries, so watch out, does it contain some fiber? Yes it is not

Unimportant but again you really can't eat, you don't want to eat enough fruit to get your supply of fiber in this way, so it's not horrible as it is rich in juiciness it is full of vitamins and minerals that mother nature makes but you are not supposed to eat it on 365 days a year, so think of it like a treat, eat it like candy once in a while, and then it's okay now, some good people might ask if they recommend these foods in this horror. Wouldn't they notice that if no one is getting better, here's what we have to keep in mind that it depends on where you start from that if you have a system


Terrible food just soda and cake, whatever you change is the improvement of everything well, if you go from horrible to bad and now instead you have orange juice and toast, now you are better off this is still far from good but you are better off then If you go from bad to decent and change your steel shredded oat toast now you're on your way to now you're still not eating everything cool but at least not terrible, so think of it as if you had a lifespan somewhere for 50 years and then changed some Things and you got 60, that improvement means you are done. It means you eat all foods


Brilliant, not of course okay but you are better off than you were so everything is relative now if you go one step further and go from delicious to great and eat things like omelets, avocados, nuts and seeds, salmon salads, herb-fed beef and all these natural wonderful things that Planet Produces Now You go from good to great, so most of the things I cover in this video are bad and decent. They find out what's really awful, they don't recommend it anymore, but in moving from there they weren't quite successful and that's what we're talking about about how to improve it How to get better health How to reverse health


Conditions and B The next quality of life on the list is soybeans and it spread when they discovered that the Japanese and Asians eat a lot of soybeans and that they suffer from less heart disease, and they discovered that this is a good thing they forgot to see how they ate a lot of sugar, but it contains a percentage Low on insulin on the glycemic index, and almost no fructose, so what's wrong with that then all soy cultures don't eat soy the way they process them ferment them have bacteria they have cultures that break down so we can easily digest it because it's hard It is very digestible and thus has a high inflammatory response


Very and very common allergy, the four most common allergies that I see are dairy products from wheat, corn and soybeans and then on top of that, they have also converted it into a GM grain along with corn, so what they feed them now is animals when they do beef that is fed On grains, it is mainly the corn and soybeans that feed them, we have all seen commercials for milk, so it is deeply ingrained in our cultures that dairy products are healthy and that they are a good source of calcium. The best part is that it becomes responsive


Insulin is much higher because you leave out all the sugar and protein and when the protein is not absorbed and used well, it turns into sugar most of the time, so it has a moderate insulin response, the glycemic index of skim milk is 46 while butter is almost zero and cream Much less than that, but when you add in something very popular with milk like cornflakes, the mix brings a glycemic index of 93.


So you might be drinking hummingbird juice. Or something the inflammation is high and the sensitivity is high because once treated, once it's sterilized, homogenized, and removed all the fat, we change the food properly and raw cow's milk is not a bad thing for most people. Ople breastmilk is the ideal food in nature but when we mess with it it is no longer the same thing and now it becomes very difficult for the body to deal with it and here is one of the biggest fakes of our time in my opinion we have a perfectly good food called the whole egg then we take the yolk and the whites away and throw The good part and we eat the thing that doesn't really do much for us and that

It is egg white, so it is usually the egg white that people are allergic to, and it is common for people to be intolerant of egg white more than the yolk, the next thing is to take advantage of the amount of this protein that we already use which means that the protein can be used. For one of two things it can be used to build tissues into building blocks, or we can convert protein into sugar and use it for energy well. If we eat the whole egg, we'll use 48 percent, which by the way is the highest percentage of any food, and that's very good, but when we get rid of the yolk, we get rid of some amino acids


Staple that lowers that percentage down to 17 percent, so when we eat egg whites, we think we're getting everything this great protein that contains lean protein very well, we hardly use any of it, we convert 5 6 into sugar and use it as fuel so it can Eggs are a great food, but if you do eat them, look for only good quality. Eat almarai eggs and make sure they eat everything. Here's another example of how we can get our information terribly, they told us that fats are bad and saturated fats are bad when in fact the fats are good and saturated fats are good if they come from a good source


But then they told us that the fats you eat should come from vegetable oils and this is one of the worst fats we can eat because they say it is vegan but it is actually made from soy corn and canola, which are legumes, grains and seeds, and it is pro-inflammatory, it promotes inflammation, and leads to The occurrence of these diseases that they are trying to avoid because omega-6 leads this chain in the body to empty calories because it has been treated harshly and has some tendency to allergic reactions not so much because they have stripped them of almost everything, but if you are really sensitive to corn or soybeans, it may still represent Problem, moreover


 All these grains are mostly genetically modified today and then we get to margarine and margarine have the same problems as these alleged vegetable oils because they are made from the same things like soybeans, corn and canola, so we have the same problems and they have partially solved the biggest problem which is trans fat. When they take the oil and turn it into a solid, it accumulates and then they stabilize it through a process called hydrogenation and enforce the labeling of trans fats, but only the number of grams per serving so that they can determine zero grams of trans fat and it contains 0.49 grams per teaspoon.


So you can have 10 percent trans fats and still call it trans fat free, so they have come a long way in shedding it off but they understand that if they measure up if they take oil and turn it into a solid, they have calmed it down and may do it a little better than they used to. On it, but it's not a product I'm going to use so stick to real butter or if you're hypersensitive to dairy, you can use ghee. I hate to tell you this but red wine is not healthy food and it seems to be on every list of healthy things to do these days and there are some Benefits but let's take a look at the first thing


We want to know Alcohol with fructose alcohol is the worst thing for the liver, it is a huge burden on the liver, it causes alcoholic fatty liver disease, and if you are trying to reverse the case of fatty liver, you want to reduce the alcohol to a minimum, whether it is wine or something other red wine contains On something called resveratrol and this has been linked to many different health benefits which is good but it is very small amounts and you really cannot drink enough wine without killing yourself to get any large amount of resveratrol so if you are trying


Get resveratrol, just go get a supplement that contains it, and it is probably the biggest benefit of red wine although it is relaxing when we relax and reduce the stress we bring down. In stress hormones and cortisol, we enable more beneficial processes and healing in the body when we are relaxing, but if you get a little exercise you can do the same relaxation with going for a walk, breathing some fresh air, listening to some music or doing an exercise. Meditate or have a cup of tea, it does not mean that you should never drink if you truly enjoy a glass of wine, then I think you should have a glass of wine now and then not think of it as health food