Health for living notes-9-18

Low energy density foods high volume low cals fruits

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Low energy density foods- high volume, low cals, FRUITS AND VEGGIES Cals one serving divided by the weight in grams Less than one—excellent, soup One to two – good Paleo- caveman diet Lean meats, fish, fresh fruits, nonstarchy veggies,   No dairy, grais, legumes, Benefits, no cardio disease, good blood pressure Concerns- whole grain nutrients, dairy deletion Diet drugs Anorexiant- serotonin, curves hunger sensation 
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Thermogenics (stimulants) BMR rev, metabolite( ephedrine) Redux, usnic acid, bitter orange Fat blockers- olestra, orlistat, 30% fat cal block, fake fat, oristat- enzymes that  repackage fat do not repackage all of it, its like you never ate it, it works but you have  more gas that smells worse, shit your pants, explosive dumps with no warnings— decrease fat calories to avoid this QNEXA  10% body mass concerns- heart palpitations, memory loss, suicide, birth defects Fda approved in 2010, first in 15 years Signifigant weight loss Xenical  Cellulite Endermilogie- 14 to 20 sessions, 75 to 100 $ per session Mothly follow ups---- doesn’t work really Cellanese Soft gell $30 (30 capsules) Mix potent herbs 720 micrograms (rec 150) theory  NONE OF IT WORKS  
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