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A Secret to Weight Loss as Presented by a Nutritional Expert.

A Secret to Weight Loss as Presented by a Nutritional Expert.

A Secret to Weight Loss as Presented by a Nutritional Expert.

“Famous” Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck discuss the secret to weight loss as presented by nutritional expert Craig Martin. Links supplied by Craig:

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqKNfyUPzoU Making Heart Attacks History: Caldwell Esselstyn at TEDxCambridge 2011
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20 Comments

  1. Usually love your videos but this one lost me at the very start in correlating cheese in production pipes to how cheese is therefore bad for your body🧐 That’s not how it works in digestion. For someone who is not Lactose intolerant, cheese can be enjoyed in moderation as part of a healthy diet…it’s not evil. Also, olive oil added to the vegetables would actually help nutrient absorption and satisfaction. Using measured amounts of oil/butter/cheese etc would enable this to be a lifestyle /“way of eating” instead of a temporary diet choked down for a short time while you’re trying to lose weight. Ask the millions who try the cabbage soup diet every year.

  2. I have tried just about every diet out there, eating real food cooked or prepared as close to it's natural form seems to be the best way to go. Thanks for the video.

  3. I think the reason why we get full when we eat nuts is the fat content that acts on our satiety center which makes us feel full.

  4. IF YOU THINK I WILL GIVE UP THE PLEASURES OF REAL FOOD…..YOU ARE 10 + YEARS BEHIND LEGITIMATE INFORMATION. THE BRAIN IS FAT….NEEDS FAT. LOOK UP THE EGGS AND BUTTER DIET TO CURE DEPRESSSION……AS EXAMPLE

  5. LCHF eating, tells me that using fats in my diet, sends the message of satiety to my brain.
    A gram of fat has about 9 calories, while a gram of carbohydrate or protein has about 4 calories. Also the fat does not spike your Insulin level, like carbohydrates do. You really do have to be SMART.

  6. No need to listen to this one. The picture says it all, two men taken aback by the ranting of an 80 pound weakling.

  7. I’m a grad student at University if Northern Iowa in Community Health Education. Nice to see a fellow grad student on the channel 💚📚

  8. Realized the devastating effect of cheese on the metal parts at the factory. Cannot possibly take this seriously.

  9. Spaghetti: a healthy alternative: peel a zucchini, spiral it and cut with scissors. Sauce: Chop in food processor: fresh tomatoes, red onion, basil, garlic clove, olive oil, lemon juice. By the way, don't be afraid of carbs, they give you energy, especially fruit in the morning but but if you eat a lot of carbs and just sit around, like at your desk, you'll gain weight.

  10. Vegan, as raw as possible is the best, no oil, salt or sugar. (Use the better oils, uncooked, like olive oil, coconut oil or avocado are better for your body. NO CANOLA OIL.) So a coke is technically vegan but not the goal! Attend a phenomenal workshop that takes place once a year. Chiropractors with fasting clinics from around the globe come to lecture. https://www.healthscience.org/conference (sold out this year wow!)

  11. This man said he once worked in a Wisconsin cheese factory, and the cheese that was clogged in those pipes including cheese that became so hard that it was difficult to remove, is what caused this man to give it up. I would imagine you'd have to eat a great deal of high fat cheese everyday to cause narrowing of your arteries to that extent. I eat cheese and love it, but I only have small amounts. Everything in moderation is the key. I don't eat whole grains and only gluten-free when I do. I rarely if ever, eat gluten-free bread. No wheat in my diet whatsoever. The late Dr. Pritigin, who became famous for his Pritigin diet and wrote several books on the subject. He excluded all fats from his diet and after 5 or so years on the diet, suddenly died. An autopsy was performed and it was discovered that arteries were exceptionally clean and devoid of any arterial plaque. He apparently died of heart failure and medical professionals believe it was because his diet was extreme and may have actually weakened his heart. My mother ate cheese daily and lived to be 91, without any heart disease. She was active for much of her life and was of normal weight for her petite size. Her cholesterol would fluctuate from time to time and was advised to go on prescription drugs but she couldn't tolerate any of them. Was it just luck and good genes that she lived to be 91 or was it because of the fact that she had a varied diet in which she ate small amounts of most of the things this man considers should be eliminated from a healthy diet? I will say one of the things my mother rarely ever ate was baked goods including breads and junk foods like potato chips, although she occasionally ate a pretzel or two.

  12. Is the idea to be skinny or healthy? I believe a person's aim should be living a healthful life. I have multiple aunts who lived into their 80s and 90s, and they ate meat. The difference, however, is that they prepared their own food and ate from primarily farm-fresh ingredients. There is very little nutrition in that particular lettuce he has on the table. Also, the fruits he's chosen are relatively expensive, especially when they are not seasonal. This video concerns me a little, although I will admit that I see the bigger point he's trying to make. Less junk, more nutritious food choices.

  13. sorry to say but he doesnt look younger, he looks older than 36. also you can’t compare pipes in a factory with bloodvessels or the digestive system, just because they look alike doesn’t mean they are

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