Refined Flour, Sucralose Not Good For Athletes

              

          Whole Foods (unprocessed/unhomogenized dairy/no carbohydrates/no additives) provide us with something that the food industry has taken for granted; nutrients ! Athletes in particular, require a high nutrient intake which is something that refined foods, like refined flour can't give them (supermarkets are making it easier to eat healthy; between 2007 and 2010 Carrefour increased the number of organic products at its stores, from 1236 to 1968).  Also note that refined carbs increase the bad VLDL cholesteral (generated after carbohydrate digestion) that's linked to clogged arteries.  It's not yet clear though if saturated fats (high in fast foods) are more unhealthy than other fats, in some studies it has been linked directly to an increase in LDL cholesteral while in others it was shown to be the same (people had better success on the low carb diet vs low fat diet).

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