Slender For Life™ hypnosis for weight loss clients learn that they should worry more about the milk in their cereal and not the sugar. Milk is high in sugar, linked to cancer and you simply don’t need milk. And no, milk does not build strong bones. I grew up on a dairy farm with lots of milk, butter and eggs. I was a chubby kid that weighed more in 4th grade than I do today. As a young adult, I was obese, with borderline diabetes and high blood pressure. Thanks to weight loss hypnosis and plant based food, I lost 115 pounds and I have kept it off for 17 years. No matter where you may live, you too can achieve your weight loss goals with Slender For Life™.
Nutrition is Actually the Sweetest Thing
Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine, May 30, 2014: A recent report from the Environmental Working Group highlights the top sugar-laden cereals. Honey Smacks dominated the list with 15 grams of sugar per serving. While it’s fashionable these days to attack sugary cereals, sugar is hardly the most dangerous thing in your breakfast bowl. That dubious distinction goes to the milk.
For starters, milk itself is high in sugar. While the top five cereals on EWG’s list all had between 14 and 15 grams of sugar per serving, milk was nearly as high with 12 grams of sugar in a cup of skim milk. One cup of chocolate milk has almost 24 grams of sugar.
What is considerably more worrisome is the fact that milk is linked with cancer—particularly prostate cancer. In international comparisons and in several prospective studies, men consuming the most milk had a substantially higher risk of prostate cancer, apparently due to milk’s effects on male hormones.
You don’t need milk. Studies show that milk does not actually help build strong bones, and the protein in milk can easily be obtained from other sources. One cup of oatmeal has 5.5 grams of protein—as well as 4 grams of fiber. Quinoa also makes an excellent breakfast, and one cup of quinoa contains has 8 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber. Making a few servings of quinoa or a pot of oatmeal, and then sticking them in the refrigerator, makes them as easy as cold cereal on a frenzied morning.
And you can sweeten them both with fruit and a little bit of agave if you’re so inclined. Ditch the milk, and we’ll all be better off in the long run.
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I couldn’t imagine my life without cheese, milk and eggs. When I weighed 260 pounds, I would open a can of stewed tomatoes and cook it with a large amount of cheddar cheese. Today, thanks to hypnosis for weight loss, I have a large amount of no desire for these foods that make you fat and sick. You too can have large amounts of no desire for unhealthy food. No matter where you may live, you and I together can create an internet based program to meet your needs. Or, you can schedule a free weight loss hypnosis consultation in my Seattle hypnosis or Bainbridge hypnosis office. Let’s actually make your health the sweetest thing!
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