Chicken consumption and weight gain

The other day I was listening to a fitness trainer talk about nutrition and I recalled this post from Michael Greger, M.D., about chicken consumption and weight gain.

This fitness trainer was trying to convince me about the need for animal proteins and how chicken would help people lose weight. When he finished, I asked him to name one person that he knew who had a protein deficiency. He couldn’t do it.

Since 1990, my Slender For Life™ Weight Loss Hypnosis program has supported hundreds of people in achieving lasting weight loss. Those who lose weight the quickest and easiest, do not each chicken, fish, beef, pork or dairy products.

For more than 100 years, the evidence demonstrates that the healthiest food you can eat is whole plant-based food. You will be healthier and can easily live your life Slender For Life™ . Hypnosis for weight loss can help motivate you too.

Infectobesity: Adenovirus 36 & Childhood Obesity

Michael Greger M.D. FACLM October 27th, 2014 Volume 21: “Animal protein intake was associated with long term weight gain, and again poultry was the worst, associated with 40% more weight gain than red meat or processed meat. Why poultry? Yes they’re so fatty these days because of the way we’ve genetically manipulated them: up to 10 times more fat and calories than they used to have, but one bizarre theory was that it might be due to an obesity-causing chicken virus, to which 1 in 5 obese humans tested positive, and those with exposure to the chicken virus averaged 33 pounds heavier than those testing negative.”
Read: Infectobesity: Adenovirus 36 & Childhood Obesity

Your Hypnosis Health Info Hypnotic Suggestion for today:

I am completely motivated to eat whole-plant-based food that keeps me slender for my life.

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