Friday, March 30, 2018

Sugar or starch

“The distinction between sugar and starch is largely meaningless from a biological perspective. The key public health challenge today is to reduce intake of all highly processed carbohydrates in favor of whole carbohydrates (fruits, vegetables, legumes and minimally processed grains) and healthful fats (like nuts, avocado and olive oil).”  I think he doesn’t want me to enjoy French Fries at the Rusty Bucket (our Friday night date site).

Dr. David Ludwig

See entire interview about refined carbs.

He says you can eat cereal without sugar, or sugar without the cereal, but below the neck, it’s all the same.

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