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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Fats: are long-chain fatty acids and are classified as, lipids.

Fats are solid at room temperature i.e. 72 degrees F [oils are not solid and are not fats; butter, coconut oil (wrongly named oil) and lard are fats.]

Overview

Fats account for up to 80% of total body energy production and should be a part of every meal. Take 1 tbsp. of coconut fat at the beginning of each meal is, ideal for reaching satiation faster,  avoiding overeating and preventing snacking and food cravings between meals.. Fats do not make you fat, but fats increase metabolic activity, muscle formation and hormone productions.

Fats should account for 50% of your total caloroc, intake.

It takes about four to eight weeks ‘train’ the body to burn fat instead of ,carbohydrates.

The ability to process fat requires lots of bile and bile production diminishes after age 35, requiring supplementation of bio-active bile [available from Young Again Club.[

For a full discussion of the importance of dietary fats; see Special Insights: “Eat Fats to be Healthy & Happy.

Be certain to read Pre-diabetes & Premature Aging. 

Hormonal resistance to leptin, insulin, adenaline, cortisol and glucagon has everything to do with pre-diabetes, insulin resistance and mycotoxin dominance. See Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life.

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

To learn more about hormonal implications of insufficient dietary fat intake and/or the inability to process and use fats, see Hormones in Glossary link below.

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