Dec 1, 2019

food log:

11/24/19 187.2 Greek yogurt Cream Primal Fuel/Collagen rib eye bacon
11/25/19 187 Greek yogurt Cream Primal Fuel/Collagen hamburger cheese mushroom hamburger mushroom
11/26/19 187.6 Greek yogurt Cream Primal Fuel/Collagen ham cream cheese steak ham Jarlsberg cheese
11/27/19 186.6 cheesy eggs steak green beans
11/28/19 187.6 Greek yogurt Cream Primal Fuel/Collagen bloody mary ham green beans potatoes wine turkey dressing ceme brulee pumpkin pie ice cream D.Coke
11/29/19 192.4 eggs hash browns – D.Coke crème brulee D.Coke steak green beans
11/30/19 190.4 Greek yogurt Cream Primal Fuel/Collagen—D.Coke steak mushrooms

 

 

Interesting study which shows some of the things I have learned.  Talks about combinations of food items.  Makes my mind hark back to a “Zen/ Chinese” diet I read about 30+ years ago.  Basically, it said certain combinations were taboo – and that included meat and starch.  How did they figure things out??

link to study itself.

This is a quote from the study:

“Conclusions

Combined overconsumption of fat and sugar, but not the overconsumption of fat per se, leads to excessive CML production in hypothalamic neurons, which, in turn, stimulates hypothalamic inflammatory responses such as microgliosis and eventually leads to neuronal dysfunction in the control of energy metabolism.”

Love their graphics: Image 1

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