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This week-by-week plan, The Harvard Medical School 6-Week Plan for Healthy Eating, will help you transform your eating habits into a program of nutritious and delicious food choices that can last a lifetime.Applying the latest results from nutrition science, Harvard experts take you by the hand and guide you to create an eating plan to improve heart health, longevity, energy, and vitality. The key to establishing healthy-eating habits is to notice your eating patterns — what and how much food you eat, plus when you eat — and stay consistent over time. COVID-19 updates See how we’re providing safe in-person care and virtual visits. Always keep a positive attitude about eating well and developing healthy eating habits.

Punishing yourself for having a slip-up or overindulging will only lower your motivation and confidence. The truth is, crash diets have never been shown to produce long-term results. Focus on forming healthy habits that will change the way you think about. “People who write down what they eat after every meal lose twice the weight of those who don’t.” 5. Set healthy limits. “On the show, we recommend women consume 1,200 to 1,500 calories a day and men 1,600 to 2,400, depending on their size,” says Forberg. “If you’re super-tired, eat a little more. A healthy eating plan gives your body the nutrients it needs every day while staying within your daily calorie goal for weight loss.

A healthy eating plan also will lower your risk for heart disease and other health conditions. A healthy eating plan: Emphasizes vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and fat-free or low-fat dairy products. By filling your plate with foods loaded with nutrients but low in calories, you’ll get all the fiber, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals you need and still keep calories under control. The dinners in this 7 day diet plan all serve 4. 1. THREE-BEAN CHILLI. Heat a frying pan sprayed with cooking spray and fry 1 chopped onion and 4 crushed garlic cloves for 6–8 min.

Add 2 tsp ground cumin, 280ml passata and 400g canned cherry tomatoes and bring to the boil. Check whether you’re a healthy weight using the BMI calculator. If you need to lose weight, you can use the NHS weight loss plan. It’s a free 12-week diet and exercise plan to help you lose weight and develop healthier habits.

The plan, which has been downloaded more than 2 million times, is designed to help you lose weight safely, and keep it off. Healthy Eating 28-Days-to-Lean Meal Plan. With the right plan and the right discipline, you can get seriously shredded in just 28 days. that still leaves 23 more hours for you to wreck all your hard work in the gym with just one slip-up: a measly handful of chips, a beer with the guys, or a burger at lunch.

Habits and cravings are the. Here are 9 causes of unintentional weight gain. Share on Pinterest. 1. You eat too many highly processed foods.

Many healthy foods, such as oat.

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Or: When I realize I’ve skipped breakfast, I’ll make sure to eat a healthy lunch and a mid-morning protein snack to avoid bingeing later in the evening.)

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The new Basic 5 guide was designed to call attention to the need for moderation and avoidance of obesity.

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It is not intended to tell people what to eat, but to empower them to make their own healthy choices and to use this visual icon as a sensible guide.16

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I followed most of the guidelines for healthy eating.

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In Step 5, you learn to resist and control the interactions between food and mood, the reasons we eat other than hunger.

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Practising portion control is still important when eating from this list.

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2: Have a fresh fruit or green salad every day.

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  • Obviously fresh foods and exercise should be the baseline, You shouldn’t need someone with a decade in graduate school to tell you this. Doctors would prefer to focus on everything that happens despite good self care

  • Typical. This guy has no clue. Over consumption of sugar/fructose leading to insulin resistance is the #1 cause of all this. Eat real food. See Robert Lustig ( also a UC doc/researcher).

  • Maybe it’s just me, I get told that “sometime’s”, but, I find this guy extremely difficult to follow. He seems to veer off track and get’s onto something else then either stays there too long OR just doesn’t return from what and where he left. I’m sure this is good important information but, it’s changing all the time and I seriously doubt anyone will ever come up with the right diet. I don’t want to get any older than I already am, I HATE THIS WORLD and all the Stupidity, Greed, Doing the SAME THINGS OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN! FOR WHAT? I WASN’T ASKED IF I WANTED TO ATTEND THIS STUPID, IGNORANT EXPERIMENT! So that means that you’re FORCED TO BE HERE, like it or not! I’m a “NOT”! AND all for “WHAT”? FOR WHAT??? NOTHING, YEAH, ALL FOR NOTHING! IT’S MISERABLE, IT’S SUFFERING, IT’S HOPELESS! IF THERE IS/WAS A “GOD”, Well, what a “PRICK”, huh? The God wants respect but offer’s you NONE! I don’t think so…

  • I just started to get back into shape. For me I’ve found that I like intermittent fasting. I only eat between 11am-7pm most days (depending on schedule) some days i don’t eat at all if I “pig out” the previous day. Thanks to this I don’t eat as much. I also changed the way I eat. Cut out carbs and most sugar (it’s a process lol) I only have the sugar with my coffee but have cut back from 2 scoops to 1. Also, drink it black. Eat more greens and vegs, stay away from processed food as much as possible, fast food as well. I still do have some on occasion. Since doing this I have a lot more energy and no crash! I don’t feel as bad anymore if I binge once or twice a month because I won’t be hungry for 24-27 hours. (carbs…..mainly pizza:P) Eating this way has helped me not to balloon up since my knee injury. Now that I am incorporating exercise into my daily routine I’m shedding weight like crazy. I have PT 3 x’s a week and I do as many push-ups, sit-ups and squats as I can per day! Increased from 20,15,30 to 65,40,100. working my way up to 100 of each daily. From there I want to go to 150 then 200 since all the gyms are closed due to (Thy shall not be named) I just work out using my body weight at home. (may get weights but I don’t have the room). Anyway, I enjoy your videos and find them very informative. I have been subscribed for a while and just now getting serious about my health and well-being. thank you for your work! Currently waiting on my 6 week challenge results!

  • قامت الدنيا ولم تقعد بسبب تصريح لطبيب فرنسي يطلب فيه تجربة اللقاحات المضادة للفايروس الكرونا على الدول الأفريقية والهند..
    اليوم اعلنت امريكا والغرب بانهم سوف يتعاونون مع مصر والهند ونيجيريا لصناعة مصل مضاد للفايروس ، وان امريكا سوف تستفاد من خبرة هذه الدول في صناعة المضادات الحيوية وخاصة مصر والهند الذين لديهم خبرة كبيرة تفوقت على المختبرات الامريكية والألمانية في صناعة الأدوية هههههه
    وطبعا سوف ينتجون مصل مضاد وسوف يتم تجربته على الشعب المصري والهندي اولا قبل نقله لأمريكا واوربا.
    الشعب الهندي ما عنده مشكلة مع الأمريكان بل ان الهنود يثقون بالأمريكان كما يثقون بالبقرة التي يعبدون ، في الأسبوع القادم سيتم تجربة الدواء على الهنود ،
    لكن المشكلة مع الشعب المصري الذي لا يثق بالأمريكان ومن المحتمل ان يرفض ان يكون فئران تجارب للأمريكان. طبعًا الأمريكان يعرفون جيدا مزاجية الشعب المصري..
    قبل ايّام قالت امريكا بان دولة الإمارات الشقيقة صنعت علاج فعال مضاد للركرونا ، حتى الخبراء في امريكا واوربا عجزوا تماما لمعرفة كيف استطاعت الإمارات من صناعة هذا الدواء ، انا الذي اعرفه ان اخواننا في الإمارات يجيدون طبخ الرز بالمطاطيز ، اما سالفة صناعة الدواء هذه بصراحة جديدة علينا ،
    الإمارات أعلنت انها سوف تتبرع بمليون مصل للشعب المصري الشقيق مجانا هدية ما وراءها جزية ،
    الأسابيع القادمة ان شاء الله سوف يتم تجربة الدواء الامريكي اسف الإماراتي ، على الشعب المصري والهندي.
    بعد أسابيع سوف نرى مليون مصري وهندي بين ميت ومصاب بتليف الكبد وتهدم كريات الدم البيضاء…!
    اخواننا المصريين والهنود والأفارقة فوق الفقر والقحط الان صاروا كلاب تجارب.. مبروك

  • My relationship with food is just so toxic some days I starve myself and when I eat I just can’t stop even though I am full. i don’t Know what to do i hate my body

  • I think major part she skips over is the relationship between mental illness and food. I have depression and when those months hit, I literally sit in bed all day and eat junk food even to the point of feeling sick; then I feel terribly guilty, but it sadly becomes the only thing I look forward to in life. Then when I not depressed, I actually exercise, only eat when I’m actually hungry, and have the mental energy to make healthy choices. As a result, I end up losing weight and going back to my setpoint weight. Living with any mental illness is incredibly hard; it affects every aspect of my life from motivation to happiness to food. It’s the biggest reason for my terribly inconsistent relationship with food.

  • with an eating disorder, food is no longer a fuel, it’s just a reminder that you’ll never be perfect. Every time your stomach rumbles, it hurts so much. Like you can get over a disorder but it’ll always be part of you and it hurts that you can’t just eat that one cookie without feeling guilt.

  • I have been thinking about how hard it is to be wise, when family and friends have such a dogmatic approach to food. The rebel in me wants to eat whatever I want and eat as much as I want

  • Stick to the outside ring of the grocery store avoid going up and down the aisles. Turn off the TV or, better yet throw it out, because you are being bombarded by ideas of “what to eat” from someone paid to make a commercial, not from a nutritionist. Doing those two things alone is going to make 90% of your diet more nutritious. There are a few things down the aisles that are fine: canned beans for one, maybe some condiments, and there are organic frozen foods that are great to keep on hand when you can’t make it to the store for fresh. There have been wonderful books on nutrition out there since Adele Davis wrote all her “eat right” books, gleaned from actual medical studies. If it takes a new book to get people’s attention, then more power to the author. He is right about the dangers of over processed foods that make up most diets in this country. But not mine.

  • When I was about 12 or so we were learning about different kinds of food in English class and the teacher asked to the classroom to start a conversation: “Do you think food is for fuel or pleasure?”. Almost uninanimously all girls in that class said fuel. At that time I didn’t realize the trascendence of the question but boy do I think about that moment often

  • I’m starting to believe that the only way I can eat healthily is if I live alone. And even then, I’ll never be able to eat as much as I want, I wonder if I’ll always have to restrict food intake. I exercise so much but every day I stress over food and my weight. it’s very tiring:( and I don’t know how to be normal anymore

  • I started running and naturally my body started to crave more nourishing foods, and I’m not hungry all the time anymore, I still eat everything in moderation and focus on my nutrition such as nuts, avocado es, eggs, cheese �� etc. and I still have my chocolate �� when ever I want, now that I no longer have these mental restrictions, I don’t feel the desire to eat the whole box of chocolates or pastries.

  • maybe a healthy relationship with food means recognizing that it’s not that big a part of your life? I mean you might spend idk 90 minutes a day prepping and eating food plus going to the bathroom which is consequence of eating. but that’s only 1/16th of your day (if i did my math right)

  • If i am a growing child should i try to reduce calories if i need to lose weight for sport tournaments or should i just eat less carbs

  • Finally, a nutritionalist that understands that people are unique genetically, hormonally and metabolically. I have friends who steam through life on potatoes and cheese while that would turn me into a brain fogged, lazy buffoon for 3 days.

  • The most unfair part of an eating disorder is that food doesn’t look the same anymore. It turns into numbers on your phone or puke sitting in youe toilet bowl or an extra workout or just pure guilt

  • It’s hard to lift heavy when you’re 50 years old simply due to old injuries, aches and pains etc. I can’t do what I did when I was 30. I now lift “heavy enough” but use super strict form and go super slow to make the most out of the amount that I’m lifting. I hope that’s good enough.

  • She is not taking into account the effects of sugar on our brain. Sometimes, you want to eat something sweet not for your mind or your body, but because your brain is addicted to sugar. This play a major role on unhealthy relationship with food.

  • Its not about “I had one biscuit I minds well have the whole pack” Its more like “I cannot stop myself with just one, I have to eat them all until they are gone I adore the crunch, flavor, texture and cannot stop.” Its better just to not even open that pandoras box at all. The emotional, and physical pain is not worth it, but it is still a trap of obsession of foods that harm my body either physically or emotionally.

    I don’t like the shape of my body that my body likes if that makes sense. Body dismorphia, food allergies and obsession with food the struggles are so real….

  • I believe in a heathy diet. This guy sounds like he knows something. Want to be healthy? Lose weight and exercise! No mystery.
    He could have had the same gig with more credibility if he could have made the cut to get into medical school. He will never show you a college transcript. You are what you eat? Not exactly. You are what your genome allows you to absorb and metabolize. Everyone is slightly different. You can affect a medical parameter about 15% with out drugs. His mom was too far gone for diet to make any difference at all. This is 90% BS that people believe. Propaganda works!

  • this talk was so powerful. ive had an eating disorder since I was about 8 years old and I cannot remember what it feels like to sit in front of a plate of food and not have a panic attack. everytime my friends ask me out I have to find a reason as to why I cant go, because I know food will be involved, and every meal time with my family is another argument. And not to forget every doctor turning me away because “im not quite skinny enough” to be accepted into treatment until I literally had to be hospitalized. Thank you fo this talk I think it might help:)

  • Great video thanks! I’ve been eating two meals most days for the last couple years now. Usually snacks at 10am, a meal at noon & and one at 5pm. I still have a bit of a belly though, so trying to watch my calories sounds like a good idea ��

  • I can’t remember the last time I had a healthy relationship with food. I don’t remember the last time I finished a meal. I don’t remember the last time i didn’t feel guilty after eating. I just want to be happy. I don’t know how to be healthy.

  • This was a lot of bluff. I get the idea and what she’s saying but did not provide any other way of thinking. Wanting a biscuit and instead eating it with fruit or yogurt is contradicting the message. Your body is craving the biscuit eat that. If there’s no good or bad foods you shouldn’t have to eat the fruit and yogurt. Also if your body is “exhausted”, you shouldn’t go on a walk instead of a run. You should take a nap and relax. Headed in the right direction with this video but not quite there yet

  • I have developed this within the last three months, I won’t eat food. I won’t. I will chew and spit. Everyone has been commenting on my weight loss and it just makes me feel worse. I feel like the worst person in the world I will lie to my partner and say yes I have eaten and when I look at my son I feel all the worlds of bad. It started when my partner told me I eat all the food then when I asked if I look better thinner and he said yes, all is my fault for asking. But it got bad when I was told by someone that I don’t deserve anything in my head that means everything, I just am to embarrassed to go and ask for help, I’ve seen myself in my dreams months on and I’m frail. My dreams scare me so badly, I have no idea how to change this

  • If you believe you’re descending from apes. You can’t shouldn’t trust that voice in your head, cause at the end of the day were only selfish animals, how can one trust something that has no morals, were animalsst the top of the food chain…
    Thanks YESHUA put right and wrong in your hearts and minds. I have to say the truth is buried under tons and tons of lies.We are more than animals.
    IMO, the world’s insane and with will get worse, man can’t save from itself, man will can’t stop itself because of the fall. We have no excuses GOD left us Creation, the Scriptures (written by the prophets guided by the Holy Spirit, plus Yeshua defeat death) Look at arqueology, everyday the Scriptures are telling us they are very real. Mi consciousness can’t deny Creation
      But if you want facts DNA �� CODE �� INFORMATION �� LANGUAGE �� MIND �� CREATION
      If you want to believe that we come from a rock. Let me ask this first? what did come first the heart or the brain? The circulation of the blood, or maybe the wonder of the eye? Maybe it was the bones… Ok, the capacity to hear, the genitalia or the capacity to reproduce.? Use your head, we are the ghost in the machine, were made with free will and everything was there for us to enjoy, It really makes me wonder… I know scientists work toget some ideologies.but its all theories, some crazier than others. But at the end of the day it’s just another religion they can’t get out and its SCIENTISM…They only hang to that because of fundings; you know to keep their jobs. If one think things through Jesuits created Universities only to deny GOD’S CREATION. THEY KEEP funding the satanic lunacy, only because they are psicos. You should read the Jesuits oath… They infiltrated anything. its not a coincidence that the actual Pope is a Jesuit. We don’t fight flesh and bones, it principalities in high places, rulers of darkness. The gig is up, just because ligth sees everything in the dark, they already lost, I know this sounds crazy that why this world is lies in the power of the wicked. They don’t want to go down alone if one’s not born again. Into this world walking in justice, love and truth the accuser already has you. The snake,,is very wise. Don’t be fooled from nothing nothing comes and nothing can do nothing.

  • As someone who had anorexia for 3 years and binge eating for 2 after that, I have all but given up hope for a normal relationship to food.

  • I never think ABT food. Very busy. Had eating disorder for 20 years. Is tht normal? Keep hearing ABT food obsession in eating disorders..? Am more work gym errends study more work. Cleaning obsessed. Workaholic. Is tht part of the disorder? I forget to eat alot. Work 12 hours days with 30 minutes to eat. Eat whatever. All over the place. I just feel like a proper diet is one more work related thing to do.

  • Its hard to think: I can only eat green veggies from now on in two weeks. Your will probably crash… and beanch even harder then you did before. Try instead to think like this: Can i Eat Veggies atleast on one meal per day for the rest of my life? Think longterm. Wich you good luck. I struggle too with binge eating but i getting at it.

  • My morbidly obese office mate had a double mastectomy, afterwards the staff at Kaiser gave her a tea party and invited all the people that help to celebrate their success. I never saw so much sugar in my whole life. It was bizarre.
    I felt like I was burning to scream at them, but truth be told the patient was in hog heaven so I didn’t ruin her day.
    We have to spread the word, nutrition matters!!!

  • I remember eating two big bowls of cereal in the morning following with eggs beans cheese, one time I ate a entire bowl of Ice cream and I didnt Care I was actually a really happy girl growing up in a blink of an eye im 5’2 weighting 80 lbs fearing Foods its honestly consuming I wish a healthy relationship with food and be happy again

  • Wait a minute.. 1:14 I realise tht ted talks provide these teleprompters for short notes.. Ohh now i know how these public speakers are able to speak so smoothly without stuttering sometimes.

  • Here we go again all this people who give speeches all have an agenda I don’t want a plant based diet I’m very fit and I eat meat.

  • I wish everyone in the world could see this video because she’s so right. As someone who used to be overweight and would struggle and switch between restrictive eating and binge eating, the answer I have found, just as Lambert said, is to eat in the grey area. For what it’s worth, I think it’s also worth mentioning that it’s so important to have an internal source of happiness that takes precedent. So many people go on diets because they compare themselves to others and feel bad, when in reality, those who truly love themselves feel no reason to compare themselves to others. Just as she said, respect your body, love yourself, and know that everything in moderation is they key. Well said by Lambert, truly.

  • update: I have lost 43 lbs! This talk helped me so much.
    I watched this while doing cardio this morning. I was a binge eater from when I was a child until this year. I broke the chain but I still battle with food.
    It took my doctor telling me that because of my weight, I have a very large amount of estrogen in my body. It took him saying “you ARE going to get cancer. You ARE going to get blood clots.” Not could, might, potentially. But he said I AM going to get those things.
    That’s what it took for me. If you are reading this and need to change your relationship with food, don’t let it get to this point. I started eating healthy and battled for days to teach myself to eat when I was hungry. 10 days and I’ve lost 7 lbs. you can do it.

  • She has the right idea the tricky part is me implementing it.

    I was slim but got there and stayed there by eating a lot less, moving a lot and having cycles of eating guilty things then superstrict.
    When I moved far from home to go university and food was money and I had no car and rarely found it economically smart to take a bus etc.

    Still back then trying this and that with shakes and pills to add a burn. I stayed there by constantly being my own bully and eventually when other things in life crashed I more and more let go of restrictions, felt free and a little happier…
    Until I packed on weight and haven’t gotten back down to slim for years.

  • all these diet online that requires less 1000 calories a day says will help u, but until now, i can say, everything in moderation is the best advice for everyone to take note.

  • i can look at you and see that you’re about 14 percent body fat you’re still technically not at an athlete body fat which is no higher than 12.

  • I kinda think she could have said more. For breakfast I had an egg in a wrap with cheese. Some watermelon and an apple. And I don’t know if i’m doing the right things. I talked to a dietitian who said I needed protein in my morning meal. So I’ve been eating an egg or two for breakfast with toast or a wrap and a piece of fruit. I’m so confused about what I’m doing. I have a hard time controlling what I eat. but I read in the joyce meyers devo the other day. treat your body well. be careful not to put junk in your body. I’ve been praying to lose weight or not to gain anymore. I hope God answers my pray.

  • Our mothers used to be among other things, our personal food trainers. The moment feminism liberated them, the husbands left, the mother now had no time for anything like raising kids, taking care of food, the house etc. She was just surviving. And now as we stand near the rack of what used to be a nucleus family we don’t see our way back. So we all can thank the ugly, fat, spite filled women who couldn’t get a decent husband,even if their life was dependent on it, for destruction of our society.

  • Don’t say it! Please don’t say it? Oh dear she said it… “everything in moderation” to me the most crushing and psychologically harmful 3 words that exist in the English language. Oh well, on to the next one.

  • Beautifully said. I am starting to follow this recently after getting too skinny and overweight my whole life so far. But what I struggle with is people committing or making fun of me when I m struggling to loose or gain weight.

  • Meditation consistency is key. “It’s since become an instrumental part of my life.” ; Elemental agents such as lithium and phosphatidylserine has become a remarkable sleep agent. Cortisol drives up glucose.

  • Hey guys! If you have a moment, check out @cinnamon_raisin on instagram! I just started the page today as a space for self-love. It would mean a lot if you gave it a follow:)

  • How can we know that our ancestors slept 1/3 of the time but not know if that was 8hrs at once or frequent naps throughout the day?

  • I disagree with Attia about taking any medication. Great food and moderate frequent excersises usage cure. Medication is the poison

  • What he says is nothing new. Only thing is that society drives people by marketing to eat garbage food. Healthy food and excersise is all what people need to be healthy

  • There’s company called senseonics symbol $sens it invented and got FDA approval for continuous glucose monitoring. Great for type 1 & 2 diabetics Doctor implants chip under your skin, in upper arm. for 90 days. It will continuously monitor your glucose Attia You are using dexcom which is good for 10 days Check Senseonics. More convenient than dexcom senseonics works on FDA approval for 180 and 360 days, implanted chip monitor, for continuous glucose monitoring.

  • Very bright guy too bad his studies at the non profit did not work out. I think him and Gary are on the right track. Your body type can be changed by a good diet and eliminating most carbs/sugar and eating less. (IF)

  • veeeery nice, I love this stuff. As a med student I am familiar with many of the flaws of the medical system and preventional work such as this is were we have to move for so many reasons!

  • Those ads are annoying,put them at the beginning and in the end, anyway everybody skips them.Who wants to know what you advertise will listen to it. Don’t ruin great content.

  • I was first introduced to Dr. Attia on his TED talk. I still listen to it periodically because it makes such great sense and I am using his points on diabetes and its causes in a book I’m writing. If only the greater part of the medical establishment made as much sense as Attia!

  • Attia and Keto Diet saved my life…no exageration. At 61, I had metabolic syndrome, crippling arthritis, I thought life was over…I changed my diet/saved my life, at 66 I feel young again, energetic, no pain in joints, great mood. waist line from 40+ to 36. I lost 45 lbs. SUGAR & GRAINS are the poison, not fat. I eat lots of fat now, I love it, my cholesterol went down, my triglycerides from 440 down to 90! How can eating fat, drinking diglycerides oil due this?, totally strange but true. THANKS DR ATTIA, for all your material on you tube, this body, my body was helped and I am so grateful to you.

  • Seriously do not need some new light measuring standard. Lumens are measured at the sources. Lux is light measure at a surface accounting for area covered. Now I’m sure I heard him say locks of light. So either he doesn’t realize LUX is stated like luck or somebody rubber stamped a new term for fun. Otherwise mostly good talk, eating healthy is a great start. I say it’s high time food advertisers have to tell the truth and things like the food pyramid are finally corrected removing the power lobbyists gave it.

  • I am still quite confused about food items and how they impact us. I travel for a living and often find myself in Asian countries where I have noticed, first hand, what they consume at meal time. Often it’s small amounts of fatty animal protein always included is an egg. Small amount of white rice and two to three small plates of veggies. The veggies are very diverse: burdock, spinach, mushrooms of all type, seaweeds of all types, sweet potato, and many others. They consume large bowls of PORK broth soups with noodles and veggies and a small amount of animal protein. They eat 4-5 times a day and they consume maybe one sweet a day, usually in the am with PORK buns, or bean buns etc. my question is; why are they not suffering from the fat/insulin/diabetes problems we r having here in the USA. I must add that in all Asian countries walking is a required activity if you need to get from point A to B. Cars are not an effective choice bc of the traffic.

  • I’m listening to this and enjoying the material but I will not listen to this channel again because of the intrusive ads you put in about this channel!