Dr. Jason Fung - The calorie theory of obesity has been perhaps one of the greatest failures in the history of medicine.
It is based on misinterpretation of the energy balance equation:
A spoonful of sugar might make the medicine go down. But it also makes blood pressure and cholesterol go up, along with your risk for liver failure, obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
Dr. Jason Fung discusses how medical community doesn't help when they simply tell patients it's about Calories In vs Calories Out. There are many other factors.
How to cut out sugar, identify where and why it's so bad for you. sugar, In excess, can cause a host of problems for a lot of us: cravings, binge eating, weight gain and heart disease among them. 4 week plan to curb sugar.
NY Times - Explores why in a just world, frequent physical activity should make us slim. But repeated studies have shown that many people who begin an exercise program lose little or no weight. Some gain.
Dr. Mercola discusses how Fructose can wreak havoc on your body. Fructose is often found in everyday foods like cereals, soda, baked goods, teriyaki sauce & ketchup.
Paleo, Caveman, Hunter-Gatherer Diet