How Foods Labeled ‘Healthy’ Can Continue To Cause You To Fat

 

Is Sugar Making You Fat? (MYTH BUSTED with Science)

Video taken from the channel: Jeff Nippard


 

Is Health Food Making You Fat?

Video taken from the channel: Seeker


 

Do low fat foods make you fat? A Gift of Knowledge 2009 lecture from UniSA

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10 Foods You CAN’T Get FAT From Even If You Tried!

Video taken from the channel: Tempt


 

These 8 “Healthy” Foods are Making You Fat!

Video taken from the channel: ATHLEAN-X™


 

Low Fat Diet Myths

Video taken from the channel: UW Health


 

9 “Healthy” Foods (That You’re Eating) That Are Causing You To GAIN WEIGHT [High Sugar Foods]

Video taken from the channel: Autumn Bates


TUESDAY, Oct. 17, 2017 (HealthDay News) Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. (HealthDay)—Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy”—new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. TUESDAY, Oct.

17, 2017 Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. Prior studies. TUESDAY, Oct. 17, 2017 (HealthDay News)—Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy”—new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later.. Learn More: Is There Sugar Hiding in Your Food?

Prior studies have shown that sugary foods can make. Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” — new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. Prior studies have shown that sugary foods can make.

TUESDAY, Oct. 17, 2017 (HealthDay News) Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. How foods labeled ‘healthy’ can still make you fat 18 October 2017, by Dennis Thompson, Healthday Reporter (HealthDay)—Be careful when you reach for foods. Public health recommendations for various nutrients have evolved, as reflected by the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the updated Nutrition Facts label. For example, healthy.

TUESDAY, Oct. 17, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” — new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. Prior studies have shown that sugary foods can make. (HealthDay News) Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later.

Prior studies have shown that sugary foods can make.

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For example, the demand for foods with lower fat content has challenged food scientists to develop food products that contain fat content claims (e.g., free, low, reduced) and certain health claims (e.g., the link between dietary fat and cancer; dietary saturated fat and cholesterol and risk of coronary heart disease).

“Food Analysis” by Suzanne Nielsen
from Food Analysis
by Suzanne Nielsen
Springer US, 2014

Even manufacturers of cereals, bagels, and pasta— which have just traces of fat to begin with—got into the act, slapping “naturally fat-free” on their labels.

“The Sugar Smart Diet: Stop Cravings and Lose Weight While Still Enjoying the Sweets You Love” by Anne Alexander, Julia VanTine
from The Sugar Smart Diet: Stop Cravings and Lose Weight While Still Enjoying the Sweets You Love
by Anne Alexander, Julia VanTine
Rodale Books, 2013

If we read labels on processed foods carefully for saturated fat content, we can avoid those foods.

“Lupus: Alternative Therapies That Work” by Sharon Moore
from Lupus: Alternative Therapies That Work
by Sharon Moore
Inner Traditions/Bear, 2000

Food labels may also include health claims related to their fat content.

“Nutrition: Science and Applications” by Lori A. Smolin, Mary B. Grosvenor
from Nutrition: Science and Applications
by Lori A. Smolin, Mary B. Grosvenor
Wiley, 2019

When companies practice this type of label trickery, when they cram fake sugars into “sugar-free” foods, and way too much real sugar into “fat-free” foods, and trans fats additives into “trans fat–free” foods, and all sorts of junk into “glutenfree” foods, it becomes clear that they don’t care about our health.

“Feeding You Lies: How to Unravel the Food Industry's Playbook and Reclaim Your Health” by Vani Hari
from Feeding You Lies: How to Unravel the Food Industry’s Playbook and Reclaim Your Health
by Vani Hari
Hay House, 2019

Calories from saturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, monounsaturated fat, soluble fiber, insoluble fiber, and sugar alcohol may be declared, but they shall be declared when a claim is made about them.

“Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) TITLE 21 Food and Drugs (1 April 2017)” by Office of the Federal Register (U.S.)
from Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) TITLE 21 Food and Drugs (1 April 2017)
by Office of the Federal Register (U.S.)
Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Service, 2008

For example, several prepared meats can be very high in fat, and the fat in dairy products is labeled differently than fat is described in the Healthy Eating Guidelines (HWC 1990).

“For Hunger-proof Cities: Sustainable Urban Food Systems” by Mustafa Koc̦, Mustafa Koc, International Development Research Centre (Canada), Rod MacRae, Ryerson Polytechnic University. Centre for Studies in Food Security, Jennifer Welsh, Luc J. A. Mougeot
from For Hunger-proof Cities: Sustainable Urban Food Systems
by Mustafa Koc̦, Mustafa Koc, et. al.
International Development Research Centre, 1999

The FDA requires that any label making nutritional claims for the product (such as “high in protein” or “low in fats and calories and free of cholesterol”) must contain “Full Nutritional Labeling,” the listing of serving size and nutrients that now appears on most nutritious foods.

“Tofu & Soymilk Production: A Craft and Technical Manual” by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
from Tofu & Soymilk Production: A Craft and Technical Manual
by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
Soyfoods Center, 2000

Dietary fats found in processed foods are not healthy.

“The Life Plan: How Any Man Can Achieve Lasting Health, Great Sex, and a Stronger, Leaner Body” by Jeffry S. Life
from The Life Plan: How Any Man Can Achieve Lasting Health, Great Sex, and a Stronger, Leaner Body
by Jeffry S. Life
Atria Books, 2011

Additionally, claims made on packaged foods such “high fiber,” “low fat,” or “less sugar” can make these products sound healthier than they are in reality.

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  • It doesn’t matters what food you eat, if you’re in a calorie surplus, you will put on weight. You could just eat fruit but if you’re in a calorie surplus you will still gain weight.

  • Oh wow! There exists another human being who literally eats just like I do. I’ve been watching a few of your videos and love all that you teach. I’ve been following a few of these principles intuitively but to hear you explain the science behind what’s happening is amazing ��

  • So all I need to to do is to avoid things I avoid already? That shouldn’t be that difficult (I sometimes “sin” with deli meat and juice fruit, but no too often).

  • I eat banana Almost everyday like juice with oatmeal sometimes with bread but I’m still losing weight ��‍♀️ even Now I’m going to have banana with whole wheat bread for breakfast

  • To start, I would say that I love your videos. You usually have lots of good information.

    Having said that, I will say thatthis video is dangerous. The danger of sugar does not present in the mere casual consumption. The danger of sugar is in the metabolic affects, and the way that most forms of marketed sugar are not metabolized properly. There are various forms of sugar present in our foods, and the way that most people consume it (and the volume they consume) is NOT healthy.

    There are a variety of factors that consume to weight-gain and obesity, and to say that sugar is not a problem in this epidemic is dangerous. To focus simply on obesity is misleading, as this is not simply considered a catch all for bad health. We have to look at specifics, such as diabetes, stroke and heart disease. It is no wonder that the US is a leader in these being our top killers, as we only have to look at our diet.

    To note, the consumption of sugar at an uncontrolled level along with the consistent elevation of blood glucose is not healthy for most people. Along with diabetes, consistent elevation of blood glucose has varying organ and systemic effects, all the way down to the cellular level with long-term effects on the body. If we look to specific diets we can further see that, given the availability of sugar in various forms in the food market, sugar has become a replacement for many dietary needs when it is not supposed to be.

    I would rethink this video. The information is just plain dangerous and I fear misleading…

  • Oh my god she is soo right I started eatting dates last month. I loved it and stopped eatting kitkat and chocolate after my meal, as a thought I cant go wrong with module dates so I had dates with everything. Sometimes I would pop them in my mouth and feel really good like I am eating healthily. so where can I go wrong. But six extra pounds later on my tummy and thighs I have chosen not to even look at a date again. And just listening to Autumn has confirmed it for me.
    To be honest I couldn’t have 1 or 2 Dates so I just stopped it all togethers

  • Intermittent fasting of 18/6 or 20/4 is the best tool when it comes to weight loss or wellness in general whereby you can eat in moderation everything you like and still lose weight.
    I lost 24 kgs with IF and exercise and feel great. Do IF along with moderate exercise while fasted and keep a check on the amount of something you like to eat.

  • with patience and time you can lose weight. Losing weight was a challenge. but I managed to lose 10 pounds in 2 weeks by following this guide: the2weekdietnow (search it on the internet) you have to download the guide.

  • She overcomplicates things too much. If you’re simply in a caloric deficit then you’ll lose weight, regardless of how much sugar you are or aren’t eating. That’s it.

  • HIgh amounts of carbs or fats will make you fat no matter if its healthy or not. Even if you are on a calorie deficit you will just end up skinny fat at a lower weight.

  • I don’t know what facts you looked up for a mango to have 46g of sugar. Maybe for a processed dried fruit. But for a fresh yellow mango no way or what about a unripe green one that tastes sour. Where did you go to school?

  • Not all epidemiologic research is observational. For example, clinical trials are epidemiologic and one of the strongest forms of evidence.

  • What are some plant based proteins you recommend? ☺️ I do not eat meat and really struggle with knowing which protein is good for me. Thank you for this video. Very helpful info!

  • NO FOOD WILL MAKE YOU GAIN WEIGHT, BEING IN A CALORIE SURPLUS DOES i despise videos like this, you can eat anything you want in moderation, stop giving people negative mindsets when it comes to food and eating, its so beyond dangerous

  • Not bad lecture for 2006 but
    Our indigenous people aborigines here in Australia ate saturated fats from game meant for millions of years They brought there traditional diet here when they migrated here about 60,000 years ago
    From an evolutionary perspective natural fat must then be good Man made transfat bad

  • If you want to be healthy and reverse and/or prevent disease and cancer, eat a Whole food plant based lifestyle. You can eat in abundance and never need to have to go hungry. Look up the starch solution by Dr. John mcdougall.

  • Well, I was actually eating a lot of bananas and other fruit, including pineapple and mango on a 7 day cruise because I didn’t want to gauge myself on the bad food that’s usually served on the ship and when I came back home, everyone told me that I had lost so much weight. So all the free fruit actually helped me and I felt so much better.

  • Hmmm, I’m gonna have to disagree with you on alot of this. I ate 5.6 oz of bananas daily prepping for a bodybuilding show. I also ate a ton of sweet potatoes which added up to much sugar as well. I was easily staying under 10% bodyfat and weight dropped several pounds. I even had great blood work and some of the best cholesterol my doctor has seen. I’ve seen many bodybuilders eat lots of fruit and burn tons of fat. There’s even a bodybuilder who ate fruit only from carbs and was in insane shape. From my experience and seeing what many others eat, while being super lean and drop weight, sugar doesn’t make a big difference as long as calories are in range. I’ve even seen another nutritionist eat snicker bars all day, but stay in a calorie defecit. He wanted to make the point that he’d still lose weight and he did. I’m sorry, but this in no way convinced me that sugar is going to prevent fat/weight loss even if calories are in range. If it does I wouldn’t say its enough to make a big enough difference to care either.

  • Loooove your videos! I watch it for 3 hours ahahahahha, so… Can i have 1/2 banana per day? And 30 gr of outmeal per day instead of Chía! Please let me know!!! ❤️

  • Did he just say… “sugar isn’t linked to type 2 diabetes”?!?!?!?!?!?! HOW??????? Normally a fan of Jeff but he is looking at the wrong sources on this one.

  • Hello there, have you considered Custokebon Secrets yet? Just do a google search search. On there you’ll discover a great guidelines about how you can lost a lot of fat. Why don’t you give it a shot? maybe it will work for you too.

  • Why are people upvoting Mrdubs uncited post?

    Sguar is bad for you because its empty calories, extra calories with no nutritional benefits, not because of some intrinsic property of sugar itself. It’s not a hard fact to deal with, if you’re counting calories its not the end of the world to eat some sugar.

  • Hi, some beans and legumes have around the same NET carbs per 200 calories as vegetables ( around 20 to 25 net carbs per 200 calories). So Does beans keto friendly like vegetables? �� ( hummus ❤️) https://www.myfooddata.com/articles/beans-low-in-net-carbs.php

    https://www.myfooddata.com/articles/vegetables-low-in-net-carbs.php

  • Hey Autumn! Big fan, but a little confused at the moment. This guy’s video I’ve pasted below has a few videos about intermittent fasting. A few of which contradict what you say in your videos.Would you mind watching and clarifying some of these contradictions?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNWhScV5b4g

  • Great videos:3 generally fitness chanel not see the hormonal issue as u do, but I got a question hope u can answer, if u’re in a “bulking” diet is it good to stay in a insulin(fat storage mod)? Or u can build same muscle as u have low insulin peaks?

  • I find the psychology of dieting and fitness fascinating.
    At the moment I’m trying to improve my existing diet but of course it’s hard to figure out exactly which diet is most appropriate. With all the fads competing for space and every website promising results, its hard for me to figure it all out especially considering that I have no higher education.I am of course digging through the scientific literature on the subject but it’s slow going.
    (note: I’m not overweight or obese, in fact I’m about average weight for my age. And when I say I’m looking for a diet I mean the foods I consume throughout my week. Not necessarily a specific diet type (i.e. Atkins, Mediterranean, vegetarian, etc.))

  • I love that I’ve followed and watched your vids for so long that I guessed about 6 of the things you would talk about before I clicked. ���� Love getting the nerdy deets from you. ❤️

  • Do you have any videos on the OMAD diet? I’m really considering it. I don’t get hungry until the evening anyways. I’m doing the 16-8 intermittent fasting currently. Wondering your thoughts on this!

  • I started WW about a year ago. I have always eaten as much fruit as I want. Lost 25 pounds and have been on maintenance for six months.

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  • 1. Dates
    2. Sweeten Yogurts
    3. Mango
    4. Honey & Maple Syrup
    5. Chia pudding at restaurants
    6. Bananas
    7. Protein Bars
    8. Jackfruit
    9. Original Tea and Coffee

  • I feel like you are calling me out by name in this video….I love me some dates…and dried mango…dang sugar you get me every time!

  • It’s annoying people pretend to know more than a professional like you, they just said what the think is true, instead of searching for information and compare. True is that yes, those fruits have a lot of nutrients but at the same time a high amount of sugar, so if you really want to lose weight, you have to avoid them, that´s it.

  • Wanna become skinny, fit, just healthy in general? Eat more whole foods. Fruits, vegetables,,rolled oats, and beans.
    Packaged foods are killing you, once you start eating whole foods such as these and a limit to meats other than protein packed white meat and fish you will become more energized, your skin will become softer, you won’t get as much acne, and you might even lose weight if your diet is calorie controlled.

  • Good thing I dont like any of those fruits, but isn’t fruit like those a better option than other non natural foods? I’d rather someone eat a banana than banana chips or ice cream.

  • its really depend on what company you choose & nutritional facts down there, you mention beans has more sugar and my favorite company has 4g of sugar for every 100g…

  • Yeah, there should be strict laws that govern lying in advertising. Misinformation is a important problem in a democratic society where half of the population doesn’t give shit and believe everything they are being told and dont care to check there info. And I think lying should be a illegal. And the fine should depend on the impact it has on society and the graveness.

  • Every second a couple to a few children die from starvation. This is caused by many factors but largely due to displacement of resources. For example: Kenyans are starving yet the country continues to export more food stuffs than anything else. Unfortunately most of that food goes into the making of your fat asses. Your buying power internationally is higher than a Kenyans. This enables you continue to inhumanely displacing food each time you use your purchasing power. Please stop starving us. Every meal you eat is one less for someone else.

  • Id actually assume the fitness trail mix to have more calories because its made for fitness so it would give you energy for doing things.

  • This video only holds water if the amount of sugar, and sources of sugar does not alter behaviour in consumption of food. In anecdotal experience, a large increase of refined sugar beyond the recommended 30 grams/day makes it difficult to keep to my caloric limit. Essentially, there might be an association between amount of sugar consumed and the need to consume increasing amounts of sugar to get the same satisfaction. If anyone is up for it, try a diet of high added sugar(120-150 g per day) vs low added sugar. I think, in my limited anecdotal experience, that a low added sugar diet is much easier to maintain.
    I think you make good points none the less. Sugar is not the only factor, but it is an important factor. Taking out added sugar will help go towards better diet and exercise habits.

  • Massive fan of Matt over at SF but this platform seems to suit him really well. Matt seems like he would fit in so well among the hosts at D news.

  • Top 1 bad food “diet dairies”. They take the good natural fat and sugar out and add in all the chemical processed fake sugars and fats. One chemical sugar in particular aspartame is both toxic and addictive and can not be excreted from the body. So Do NOT ever think that ski de lite or similar is healthy. It’s Fake Food. And life is too short to eat fake food.
    Oh and FYI margarine is one molecule away from being plastic. It doesn’t ever go off, ants and bees won’t eat it. Ditch t the margarine and go for; Real Butter that does not contain canola oil; or dairy free butter that are based on olive oil, coconut oil, or nuts.

  • What are your thoughts on Lean Cuisine? I lost 20lbs just switching to those in a couple months. I have been eating the lean cuisine ravioli (has spinach too) for at least 2 out of 3 meals every day for about 6 months. It’s 250 cals I think. My fiance has lost about 75lbs in less than a year by primarily eating lean cuisine.

  • I decided to make a follow up video to this one addressing some of the most commonly raised concerns including addiction, insulin and fructose… watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_n2L0pBpcI

  • But not consuming sugar isn’t about it making you fat. It’s about non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. This video is wrong just because sugar doesn’t make you fat doesn’t mean it isn’t bad for you in other ways.

  • Hi a new friend here this is nice love it it so perfect for me and more protein love vegetables and fruits thanks for sharing can I share it please thanks

  • Well sugar has an impact on the insulin more than other foods..and it increases hunger so you obviously indulge more on sugary foods and other foods… has the same impact on your brain like drugs… So I dont really think its a myth busted science… but I would rather want to see how much sugar is okay consuming before it has that kind of impact on the body…

  • I loooooove jackfruit but surprised that anyone thinks of it as a protein swap… I mean it’s an obvious carb bomb and should be treated as such

  • If I never get hunger for candy or some fat foods… I eat thin rye bread, and after that I have no hunger for some tasty treats, FR Im not joking, I’m just finnish!

  • “Fake chicken or ‘ficken’ as I call it”… Well I’m now absolutely gonna point out that “ficken” is the German word for “fucking”. If that pun was intended, kudos to you, Jeff! If not, I think it’s kinda funny nonetheless.:-D

  • 100g of sugar a day is 500 calories from pure sugar.
    That is a lot. I think the WHO number of 40g or around 10% of daily caloric intake would be a safer bet.

    The issue is more with things like satiety when eating high sugar foods. Sugar is good for getting you to eat more without getting as full. So while you could maintain your weight if you kept your calories the same and replaced carbs or fats with the same value of sugar calories, it would be very difficult to do mentally as you will essentially have to stop yourself while still hungry.

    There’s no shortcuts to fixing up your diet.

  • Just clicking on suggested video after suggested video and I got here but, I’m pretty sure I went to high school with you (HSH)? What a small world haha cool to see you doing your thing with so many fans!:)

  • 7:49
    oh god… oh god no the german inside me can’t hold back anymore
    AHAHAHAHA

    (for context; Ficken means literally “to fuck” in german.)

  • Trap foods-very helpful. Used to pile up deli foods thinking Ill eat some protein! Eek ate a lot of black forest ham and mortedella

  • Yeah, I too am guilty of jumping through weight loss plan to others as well, I do believe that I must have tested every single fat reduction program that was available, but eventually not one of them helped me to lose and maintain the weight off. I ended up trying for the very last time with the Custokebon Secrets simply because my work buddy who told me incredible things about it and so far to date I’ve effectively dropped 18 lbs in 4 weeks!

  • Covert Bailey read his book fit or fat and never be unfit ever again, less of course you do not take such easy and non strenuous 3 times a week more the better a brisk walk I believe they call it aerobic /age/Hart rate /and please if you are 300 lb you should not run. Eat, in moratorium but never deprive yourself…so so so simple stop paying the health club they want you fat to keep coming back. Just sad… you need not even brake a sweat, the bigger you are the slower you go. You need no equipment just the ability to put your finger on your wrist to get your heart rate for,age, pound, but then again I have nothing agents large or unhealthy people! Live how you wish my wish is you live longer so that I may meet you and love you for who you are. PEACE…

  • It stops giving foods and the benefits. How do u get the rest of the video? I was writing them from Broccoli down to xtra Firm Tofu. And then nothing but advertising. Can someone help here?

  • i need help, my parents makes me eat unhealthy food and when i tell them i have to go on a diet and exercise they start telling me to eat everything everyday and exercise and i try my best to tell them that won’t work and they don’t believe me like fuck this life man i dont want to fucking gain weight

  • This is ridiculous. The only way not to gain weight is not to eat excess of your daily calorie intake and you eat a balanced diet ����‍♀️

  • lol these videos are so stupid. this guy googles a couple articles then tries to act like he’s an expert. Regardless of if it makes you fat or not, sugar is terrible for you. I think this guy just likes sugar and is trying to make himself feel better about consuming it.

  • The more videos u watch about foods for diet, the more confused u will be…
    Half the foods in this video, another video will say to avoid…….so on. And so on…

  • Love the video!! I’m am curious about sugar & gut health? That’s the current “trend” for those against sugar. I personal believe I feel better when I cut out sugar but like you mentioned, it might be more because I also replaced that with more nutrient dense foods. Just curious if you have come across any research on sugar and its effects on the gut. Thank you for the great content!

  • You are vilinizing some really healthy foods. Eating too much fruit for someone eating a standard American diet may be problematic, simply because they are eating too many calories to begin with. I have been eating a whole foods plant based diet for years, with a ton of fruits, and actually lost weight, and healed autoimmune diseases along the way. I’m not saying cane sugar being added to a chia pudding, or a protein bar are good healthy options, but to say bananas and mangoes are going to cause weight gain and are unhealthy, is spreading fear of foods that should Never be feared!!

  • Please excuse misspelling I just ate a large pizza and my walk for 30 minutes brings out my autism sometimes I’d rather be fat and a dummy but hey we get what we got and try to improve our lot. PEACE

  • Saying sugar makes you fat cause it causes an insulin spike is so short sighted and stupid. As you lose weight by being in a calorie deficit, your body will naturally use less insulin while resting, and need to release less insulin for the food you eat. Eating fruit isn’t going to make you fat just because it has sugar in it.

  • I eat guacamole once or twice year (but eat avocado), don’t buy ‘low fat’ cakes/muffins (I bake occasionally, modifying original recipes accordingly it requires a lot more effort, so I can’t be bothered to do it more often), I stopped buying fruit yogurts long time ago (I buy natural yogurt & eat it with fresh fruit instead), I don’t like baked beans but my boyfriend loves them (we make the effort to buy low sugar varieties; our diet incorporates a lot of other beans), I used to make my own granola (but now we’re huge fans of porridge oats), I eat sushi…every few years, stopped drinking fruit juice years ago (eat a piece of fresh fruit instead & in moderation), I excluded deli meats completely over the past 7 years. None of this happened suddenly. It was more of a gradual change & became our lifestyle. When I walk to a food store nowadays, 75% of products become ‘invisible’ because of what they contain…

  • I eat 4 dates with pecan nut inside it’s lush.. that’s my treat ������. Is.. listened on headphones the music in background annoying ��

  • americans don’t seem to understand it’s exercise and being active that keeps you fit, diet is an important role, but you can’t just eat “diet foods” and never work out.

  • And where are we going to find yogurt That doesn’t have poisonous genetically modified organism in it? I mean I looked for it everywhere and I haven’t found any yet

  • Abt the dates… they also have a lot of soluble fibre in them, so the sugar gets in to your blood stream much slower, causing less of an insulin spike that say table sugar. I’m not saying go crazy, or to not watch your overall sugar, but I would still argue they are healthier than refined sugar. They are also rich in polyphenols and potassium, so you got some good micronutrients in there too. ☺️
    Also just wanted to mention that you can get ripe jackfruit and “young” jackfruit, the young jackfruit that usually comes in brine and is used as a meat alternative generally doesn’t have any sugar in it. When fruit ripens the sugar develops. For example the jackfruit you can get in brine at Trader Joe’s has 0g of sugar.

  • My mother used to say
    You want to lose weight
    Close you mouth simple ������������love you mum and dad
    See you in paradise I love you.
    Just have a balanced diet.
    Moderation in everything U need carbs to lose weight
    So a little every day.
    Go steady on the fruit as it can also make you gain weight and be carful also with water
    2litles a day is a stupid myth
    My cousin died drinking to much water.
    Just excersise. Eat moderation
    That’s it simple

  • Does Human Beings Make Children / Human Babies or Kids, Hell NO, Mammals Make Baby Kids: Baby Foxes, Baby Squirrels, Baby Goats R Called Kids & Baby Plautus and Have Poison Spikes On Their HIND Web FEET That WILL KILL U & Results R As Followed: Proverbs 6:26“Thou art snared with the words of thy mouth, thou art taken with the words of thy mouth.”

  • Hey Jeff, would it be fair to say that regardless of what we eat for the day.. as long as we are at a caloric deficit, we won’t get fat?

  • WRONG…. TOFU IS REALLY HIGH IN CALORIES.. WHO THE HELL WROTE THIS??? MOST OF THESE FOOS ARE HIGH CALORIE.. IT NEEDS TAKING OFF YT

  • Just a thought. Maybe instead of saying don’t eat healthy foods because many people eat them in unhealthy ways. Offer an alternative.:) Guacamole, use cucumber slices instead of chips or just use the avocado with arugula, parsley, cucumbers, and pole caught tuna with a simple mustard, apple cider, olive oil vinaigrette. I’m with you on store bought granola bars. An alternative is to make your own without all the sugar crap. They really are easy.

  • Autumn, please when you talk a bit slow down when you talk. You don’t let information to process and gets to tiring. Please, looks like it’s a good channel, but a bit slow down. And one more thing, if some products are not good for a diet, what are substitutes for it? And if you dedicate a video about sweeteners, cuz some of them are natural like” Stevia “?

  • People must lack common sense. Stuff that is sweet as hell always contains a lot of sugar or sweetener. Stuff that we love to eat when we are stressed or really hungry is most times energy dense.

  • He says we shouldn’t villainise one nutrient like sugar as the main cause of obesity then immediately goes into be wary of high fat, high salt, energy dense foods.

  • While indeed simple carbs are at the heart of the obesity and diabetes epidemics the anti-saturated fat message is dogma and not supported by research.

  • Just eat in moderation

    Avocados
    Whole wheat Chex cereal
    Whole wheat bread
    Eggs
    Lean meat
    Cottage cheese
    Fruits
    Leafy greens and veggies
    Lentils
    Beans

    etc and keep your portions controlled! And don’t be afraid of fats! There’s good fats like avocados same goes for carbs just eat healthy all around and keep active you don’t have to go on extreme juice diets or extreme small portion diets you’ll never lose weight successfully like that it’ll kill your metabolism and when you decide to have a big meal or a normal one you’ll gain weight fast.

  • If you go to a good deli counter they will have a fair number of options with low additives, sodium, nitrates etc etc. You just have to look out for them. I wouldn’t say “avoid at all costs” but definitely proceed with lots of caution/research first.

  • Thank you so much for all of your great information!  Quick question I know it should be obvious, but how do I count my fasting time?  For example, if I stop eating at 8pm, and if I wanted to go 16 hours for my fast would I end my fast at 12/Noon or 1:00pm the next day?  THANK YOU sooo much for your support!

  • So black beans implemented in my meal would be no good? I don’t get it, I just rinse half a cup in some water and throw it in my meal along with chicken breast lettuce and tomatoes

  • I tried some gluten free brownie mix. It was so full of sugar it was almost sickening. Better to cook with Stevia. But then a few years down the road we’ll probably find out that’s killing us to.

  • Kristina fully raw vegan only eats fruit and veggies lol she’s not fat. She’s having a lot of sugars than I do.

    Plus that’s why I eat Sashimi 😉 not sushi!

  • Health food is different from healthy food… Health food can mean or refer food that serves as a supplementary of diet. While healthy food refers to any food that causes no harm, depending on the person who answer that question.

  • Woah when was cereal a “health food”? If anything people’s problems seem to root in ignorance, which marketing makes full use of.

    Restrictions on marketing? That’s a tough one to answer. I do believe marketing can provide a false image of a product. However, marketing can also provide consumers with as much information as possible about the product in a shorter time. The best case scenario is simply an empowered consumer who can decide with full consideration of the product. Problem solved.

  • How about the science behind gaining weight? As in sugar literally causes insulin to spike hard. And insulin is a storage hormone that removes sugar from the blood, and puts it into fat cells in your body? This is the basic science behind gaining weight. This isn’t coloration, it is scientific fact.

  • I see improvements in advertizing as a bit like improvements in weapons over the years.  Yeah, we like to think we are tough and can just shake it off, but the science of how to take advantage of our biological form increasingly produces things that simply can not be willed away.

  • i exercise regularly and have been for more than a year and i NEVER eat diet food, it tastes disgusting and its not worth it, eat good, exercise a lot, be a happy healthy person, stay strong.

  • Messages to take away –
    Media lies to you
    Companies don’t care about you and just want your money
    Your governement don’t care about you as long as those companies are supporting their campaigns

    Been avoiding proccessed/packaged foods for 2 years now. Never felt better.

  • A food being marketed as “diet”, “fit”, “healthy” or “low fat” does not make it healthy food. Real health food is barely marketed at all.

  • We shall see. I love sweet potatoes. I can eat a big bowl of mashed S potatoes with butter and a boiled egg. It’s my favorite root vegetable.��

  • Hey Jeff, maybe you should watch Robert Lustig’s Sugar: The Bitter Truth. It will make you change your opinion on this. I can disapprove everything you said by using his study as a source. By the way, the “Seven Countries Study” was actually a lot more countries that that, but Ancel only chose those 7 countries because it supported his idea. Your video you just made was strait bull shit. You should also see who is financing some of these studies you shown before showing them!!

  • People! Please read the title of her video! Don’t be mean and also don’t put words in her mouth. She never said fruit is bad or that you shouldn’t eat fruit.

  • “Health” Food…Healthy food is natural food that’s not processed. DNews is getting so good at these clickbait titles.

    But that study about the effects of marketing to people eating those diet, low-fat, non-fat foods is very interesting.

  • I hate big business they will do anything to make more money including lying or misleading the public to consume things that are bad for them I think capitalism is a failing system and I think it needs to be controlled even more

  • Isnt it about time we come up with technology that does passive exercise or boost metabolism by 300%? I am going to get so much hate for this, but admit it, you wouldnt exercise if the technology existed. “Don’t be so lazy, go exercise” people have been inventing things to ease life all the time, like washing machines, lighters. That statement is the same as “dont be so lazy, hand wash your clothes” or “hand start a fire”. I dont understand why some people insist that exercise be a compulsory element in life. we have solved many problems before, why are we so stubborn over this.

    Ofcourse this is direct at those who are against slimming technology. The most obvious reason to me why they are against it is because they spent so much effect and time to get to where they are and they find it unfair when others find an easier way at it. Since when was the ‘easier way’ a bad thing. Arn’t we supposed to simplify things and make life easier?

  • Healthy food is natural food not all these processed low fat junk. So this video title is just misleading. Anyways who’s the presenter, he’s fit!

  • The more I look into health and nutrition the more depressing it is. Guess what, that thing you thought was healthy, is actually loaded with sugar. Oh yeah, and that thing you found that has a good amount of protein in it and it doesn’t taste like crap, yeah that terrible for you:( It feels like there a study for EVERYTHING that says it’s bad for you.

  • Hey Matt you’re on DNews? I just saw you on BuzzFeed, man, you’re all over the place. I’d like to see you on the REACT channel or maybe GMM too.

  • I was so excited when I first found your channel, I love your old videos. I find the new ones are just shortened versions of the same information. Sorry. Love ya, but I’m getting bored, wanna learn more! Teach us something new! That being said all of your protocols work! And I thank u very much for sharing.

  • I really could not wait to try the weight loss program. I actually was seriously thrilled. My own friend lost 10 pounds after this specific weight loss weight. My friend has lost 10 pounds by now because of this weight loss weight. Find a right program is not easy, you can research on Google. Guide’s name is Peyton Huno†az
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  • watching a bunch of these types of videos makes me confused on what to actually eat to lose weight because im more of a picky eater

  • The “dieting industry” is designed to keep you fat long term. Just like the medical industry is designed to keep you sick or they would lose their customers. And yes, calorie surplus makes you gain weight, and calorie deficit makes you lose it but it’s not just about calories. You can be skinny and very unhealthy. Arteries are nowadays showing signs of athelosclerosis in young slim people in their late teens. Eating bacon, cheese, ice cream and butter in moderation will still clog your arteries, increase cancer rates and other chronic illnesses no matter how skinny you are. You need micronutrients which are abundant in every whole plant food, which your diet should revolve around (beans, lentils, fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, starches, grains etc.) Animal products increase obesity, cancer, heart disease and overall mortality, so those should be limited.

  • Nice vid! Coul you do a follow-up and talk about sugar intake and cancer? There is the notion that it fuels cancer but I have found contradicting information.

  • workout you lazy fucks! I don’t have to to stay thin but I do because I want to really be ripped and fit! if I don’t workout I’d just be that thin guy.

  • It’s no marketing mix up. It’s done intentionally for the sole purpose of making as much money as possible, with the disregard of human health. Basically, those CEO’s of these companies don’t care what we consume as long as we like it and we want more of it.

  • So, big surprise, we let billion dollar corporations lie, lie, lie any way they want and we swallow their bullshit hook, line, and sinker.  But it’s OK because the republicans on the Supreme Court say that corporations are people.

  • That’s just for the lazy people. No foods will make me workout any harder or less than that. If I hit the weights, I hit the weights like a crazed animal.

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  • I know I may be a little off topic here but I’m speaking on behalf of the men who are looking forward to losing belly fat and getting lean and in shape. Tofu is a soy based product and is bad for men especially if on a vegan diet because it’s a building block of the female hormone called Estrogen. Estrogen is a Testosterone killer, Men need more Testosterone for getting in shape. Another plant based plant food that is very damaging to Testosterone production are Tomatoes. Also Potatoes and sweet potatoes if not mashed could be damaging to the digestive tract and cause Fatty Liver. Eating too many beets over time could cause blood thinning and cause even greater blood thinning while consuming green leafy foods. Whole eggs, Apples, mushrooms and Broccoli however are all great building blocks for Testosterone production, when it comes to yogurt non fat Greek yogurt is the best option because any other form of yogurt could cause more gas and blotting later in the day if eaten with fruits. Citrus fruits like Grape fruit can not only thin out the blood but is a Testosterone blocker

  • i would honestly reccomend that everyone just experiment with their own bodies (within reason) because everyone has a different lifestyle. for me what ive found works is either eating alot of carbs and no fat… or eating alot of fat with no carbs. the combination seems to be what gets me in trouble. as far as mood… i am personally in a better mood and dont expirience being “hangry” anymore without sugar in my life. i can get busy at work and end up skipping breakfast… leading to a 12-14 hour fast with no worries. when i was eating sugar and processed flour i would have had hunger pains etc… i recently quit caffiene and i no longer have mid day crashes where im looking for more caffiene. im just perpetually grounded at one energy level. even if that level is slightly below what a caffiene fix would get me… its constant with no dips. for me… i can eat 2000 calories worth of ho hos and chocolate pie no problem… eating 2000 callories of steak (high protein) or coconut oil/peanut butter (high fat) would be very difficult (not because of taste either… im arguing which is more satiating). To sum this up i believe in most cases you have reached a dangerous place when you conclude that what is true for you is true in general… but in this context (which is your own personal body) what is true for you is in fact true… because your diet will not affect others. the main objective is results. if eating sugar within your daily calorie limit leads to the results you want then do that. if you dont expirience energy crashes or weird mood problems go for it… but dont let scientific studies or youtubers convince you that its ok to do something without testing the results for yourself. look through this comment section… there are science studies and youtubers on both sides lol… who is right? it depends on the body in question honestly.

  • youre spreading dangerously FALSE information. Go research how excess sugar is handled by the body, and stop quoting ppls research. Do your own

  • sugar isn’t bad on its own. it needs dietary fat to turn evil. yes, chocolate is satan. better snack on gummibears. there is no real food that is heavy in sugar AND dietary fat because nature doesn’t want to make you sick.

  • Myth is not busted. You’re cherry picking studies and not looking at long term metabolic influence of sugar and the psychological addiction to sugar. You’re an idiot for acting like the myth is proven busted

  • So basically if u eat snob wur daily calorie intake no matter what sort of macro it is u will gain weight?

    If ur on a healthy diet and have a it of sugar during the day as in ur still in calories deficit it should be fine since ur body needs calories to use for energy correct?

    Ok question is. Fructose (sugar ) get stored in liver not in the rest of the body opposed to glucose that gets stored wveybwere in our body, well can the liver reuse the fructose stored and turn it to glycogen to be used in the body if not enough glucose consumed?

  • All those studies show that sugar is not to blame was funded by the sugar industry, get your facts straight and stop lying to people, processed sugars have no business being consumed at all… your a hack

  • Jeff why do you use artificial sweeteners in the supplements you sponsor? Did you actually say sugar is not a central role in obesity that’s pure baloney I think the keyword is over consumption I cut sugar down to 10 g per day and I lost 32 pounds of fat

  • i like sugar, it taste sweet, but:
    To be clear though, sugar, like saturated fat, is a heterogenous class of compounds. Among the sugars, the monosaccharide, fructose, and the disaccharide, sucrose (fructose + glucose), seem to be of greater concern than the glucose alone (as a monosaccharide or as a polysaccharide in starch). The fructose-containing sugars seem to cause greater derangement when it comes to elevated insulin levels,55, 64, 65 reduced insulin sensitivity,66–68,69, 70 increased fasting glucose concentrations,71,72 and increased glucose and insulin responses to a sucrose load.55, 64 Providing liquid fructose supplementation to a western-type diet in mice increases lipid burden and atherosclerosis despite identical calorie consumption.73

    Fructose, as compared to glucose, increases oxidized low-density lipoprotein (oxLDL);74 and the effects of oxLDL on vascular cells cause pathology commonly found in atherosclerosis and CAD, such as endothelial cell dysfunction/apoptosis, foam cell formation, abnormal vascular tone and blood flow, inflammation, increased cell adhesion molecule expression, pro-clotting, and increased intracellular oxidative stress.75 The level of oxLDL is significantly higher in patients with CAD, and the sensitivity of oxLDL for predicting CAD is substantially better than the Global Risk Assessment Score (GRAS), calculated using multiple risk factors including age, TC and HDL, blood pressure, diabetes, and smoking (sensitivity 76% for oxLDL vs just 20%, for GRAS). The specificity of oxLDL is 90%, thus, fructose’s noteworthy ability to increase oxLDL in humans undoubtedly increases the risk of CAD.

    Additionally, fructose increases the levels of advanced glycation end products76, 77 — which, in turn, may lead to dysfunctional macrophages entering the arterial wall and contribute to atherosclerosis.78 Oxidative stress, reactive oxygen species forming in the heart and aorta, and lipid peroxidation may also play a role in fructose-induced adverse cardiac effects.79, 80 So might an increase in sympathetic nerve activity.81

    Added fructose—generally in the forms of sucrose and high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) in processed foods and beverages—also appears to be especially potent for producing diet-induced leptin resistance.82 Leptin, —the satiety hormone, suppresses hunger and regulates energy balance, and thus is a key hormone in the maintenance of normal body weight. Leptin resistance may be a fundamental cause of obesity,82, 83 itself a risk factor for CHD.84

    Excess fructose or fructose-containing sweeteners also markedly increases risk for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) — the most common liver disease in the U.S.,85, 86 and a strong independent risk factor for CHD (probably in part due to associated systemic inflammation).85 The association between CHD and NAFLD is stronger than the link between CHD and smoking, hypertension, male gender, diabetes, high cholesterol, or metabolic syndrome.85 Markedly reducing intake of added sugars, especially sucrose and HFCS, can lead to NAFLD regression and, presumably, reduction of associated CHD risk.87, 88

    Consuming fructose or sucrose has been found to increase myocardial oxygen demand, cardiac sympathetic nerve activity, and platelet adhesiveness.47, 89, 90 Feeding sucrose to rats causes the development of atheroma, the degree to which depends on the amount of sucrose (but, notably, not fat) in the diet.91 Moreover, feeding sucrose to rats, as compared to starch, significantly increases the lipid content (total cholesterol, and the free and esterified fractions of cholesterol, and TG) of the aorta.91 Finally, sucrose leads to increases in 11-hydroxycorticosteroids (for example corticosterone) in a proportion of human subjects, possibly also increasing CHD risk.92

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  • Yes, the premise is flawed: The question is not if sugar makes you fat, but that caloric over-consumption makes you fat. However, all calorie sources are not equal, and fructose & sucrose are easier to convert into glucose than, for example, starches; starches more easily than lipids, lipids more easily than proteins and so forth. So you will more quickly max out your caloric intake with sugars that with almost anything else. Hence it is more accurate to say that sugars, together with other caloric sources, particularly starchy foods can indirectly contribute to weight gain.

  • If you introduce sugar there is a fast increase of insulin in the blood that few minutes later start to reduce the level of sugar in the blood and you have need to introduce other sugar, if you do it with the sweet drink you introduce calories without reducing the “hungry sensation” and increase/decrease of sugar in the blood is faster

  • Let’s not forget fruit has fiber which helps lower the insulin spike. And while honey and maple syrup are sugars, they do not belong in the same league or sentence as refined sugar. They both have an impressive amount of nutrients and healing properties. Just stickin to the facts.:)

  • So the scientific rational behind the keto diet is b.s.? The whole idea of starving your body of carbs to force your body to burn fat for energy is not based in any real science? How do you explain the people that are doing the keto diet and losing weight even though they are eating alot of very calorie dense foods that are very high in fat? If all calories are the same, then those people should not have lost weigh.

  • sugar is still the worst source of carbs out there. also constant high blood sugar is called diabetes… just something to think about.

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  • 1. Broccoli, 2. no yogurt if you have melinine, 3. Extra firm tofu, 4. Apples & apple sauce 5. Sweet potato 6. Citrus fruits (oranges, grapefruits, tangerines) 7. Beets 8. Portebello. Mitaki mushrooms 9. Potatoes red 10. Whole eggs

  • I think sugar can be used to your advantage. just spike insulin with sugar to store the nutrients you need. when you pair it with a lot of fat you will probably store it. used it before a lifting work out to get more muscle glycogen.

  • i believe that sugar is the easiest way to over eat that is the correlation
    this can also correlate to the bad life choices to heighten the effects
    meaning
    if someone is sad they have sugar
    then they have more because they might not address the problem
    then they dont stop
    this is the way it correlates
    a large portion of this persons calories come from sugar
    this is when people blame sugar

  • every food makes you fat if you eat to much its not about the food its about calories in and out. so instead of searching foods that makes you not “fat” figure out how many calories your body needs and starting counting them(sorry for my bad english)

  • @DNews At around 1:39 you say that when a producer removes fat and adds sugar to make it taste more like ‘the real thing’, I worry that neither are ‘the real thing’, and suggesting that the non-sugar added item is ‘real’ while the other one isn’t, is a bit disingenuous.  Both could be heavily processed… using the term ‘real’ when it comes to food is misleading.

  • No, sorry. For trained individuals perhaps, but for the vast majority of people, sugar causes addiction, insulin sensitivity and all sorts of other problems.

  • if it comes in a package and the ingredient list contains more than recognizable ‘food’ in it, don’t eat it (exceptions would be things like baking powder/soda etc). if it’s not labeled as not containing GMOs don’t eat it until they require labeling of GMOs and then it would be your choice to consume that stuff. organic if it can’t be peeled or is a root vegetable. purchace conventional produce if it has a thick peel that can be removed. if you buy meat, dairy or eggs, only buy organically pasture raised and only buy wild fish… better yet stay away from animal products. ideally purchase organic, locally grown produce and meat, eggs and dairy.

  • Finally! I have been in a plateau for a long time, and recently started gaining, I have been searching for answers, trying so many different things. I teach exercise classes, I eat very healthy. I’m pretty sure hormones are changing, but I had no idea about jackfruit! I should have realized the date/coconut energy bites are high in sugar!!

  • Dude, you are high. Overall caloric intake, regardless of the macro make-up, is A factor in weight gain/loss. However, you referenced a few studies but did not tackle the biochemical and hormonal responses to eating macro nutrients and their effects on the body. Your video title implies that sugar doesn’t make you fat. Did you take a collegiate level nutrition class? Carbohydrates (sugar) are broken down and absorbed into glucose in the blood. When the blood glucose levels in the blood get to high the pancreas secrets insulin. What does insulin do? It takes glucose and stores it as energy in fat cells. So, yes sugar literally makes you fat. That is a fact and not correlative.

  • I’ve allways seen sugar as dead calories. AN 800 calorie cake or an 800 calorie roast dinner will take the same amount of exorcise to burn. It’s just that that cake has so much less protein, vitamin and mineral content compared to the roast dinner it’s obvious which one should be eaten more regularly.

    If you eat 2000 calories of cake a day and only cake. But you burn it off you won’t be fat. But you will not build muscle easily and you won’t have the vitamin and mineral requirements for healthy cell production in general.

  • Unsubscribed after this video. He’s more interested in being contrary, rather than helpful. This video shows absolutely no perspective as to the greater problem of sugar addiction, and it’s effects.

    Seriously dude, your motivation here is alarming.

    That or ya brain broke.

  • Cheese is well known to cause nightmares. And nightmares are often a form of disturbed sleep causing people to move around more and get entangled in sheets. Therefore it is very plausible cheese causes bed sheet entanglement deaths

  • This video is mind boggling dumbfuck stupid. I suppose his dumbfuck subscribers will listen judging by the dislike bar.
    He calls a fact a myth.

  • Its that sugar is highly addictive (even more so than cocaine in a recent study with rats) and the dopamine urge increases so the portions increase. pound for pound sugar won’t make you fat if it is within your macros (as you rightly say) but people cannot keep it within their macros

  • Real sushis and sashimi or even a real shirashi bowl (and all of that excluding the american versions with lots of added shit beside fish) they’re good actually

  • Sugar promotes lots of serious diseases such as diabetes, cancer, inflammations, bad eyesight, dementia, bad teeth, clogged arteries, sugar addiction… So all that usually makes huge profits for the pharmaceutical industry. Always pay attention who funds the research. Already seen that sugar industry has paid off certain research and to eliminate other research information.

    Sugar substitutes can be dangerous as well, especially fructose and artificial sweeteners. Use xylitol, stevia, erythritol instead if you really need any sweeteners.

    FAT is NOT the enemy. Processed fat is. Unprocessed and natural fats are supposed to be the main source of energy. All “low fat” and “fat free” foods are bad for your health. Also… sugar and fat together = poison to your body.

  • My favorite example for “correlation does not equal causation” is a “study” that shows the correlation between chocolate consumption and IQ that concluded that chocolate makes you smarter ��

  • This is something I’ve been wondering about and skeptical of for quite some time. It’s basically “common knowledge” that consuming refined sugars causes an insulin spike, which inevitably leads to increases in body fat. This seems to indicate otherwise.

  • people say most of food in America has much bigger serving and taste better, well that why your health server is fucking shit. they feed you all sorts of shit fucking crap and just waiting for you to get sick…

  • What is the best way to lost crazy amounts of weight? I read loads of superb reviews on the internet about how exactly Custokebon Secrets can assist you lost crazy amounts of fat. Has any one tested out this popular fat burn method?

  • This is still sugar obsession to blame for increase of diabetes rates in Australia. Lots of Australian substituted their beloved soda with a “healthy” (and healthy for many people cancels portion control) alternative of fresh fruit juices and later tons of fruit smoothies full of sugar, natural but still average Australian consumes way too much sugar than needed. No mystery in growing scope of diabetes

  • Sugar is a poison anyone disagrees with that is an ignorant piece of shit who got paid and even the studies many of them made by people who got paid

  • Lol Jeff I think you’ve been abit brainwash by the sugar companies. Firstly I suggest you should look at who’s funding those studies secondly you should look up studies like the Honolulu study. Thirdly you should look into what type of diets are the best for people who are overweight and diabetes and it’s not a sugar diet.

  • Pretty much all these foods are good nutrition for human performance. You always mention your masters but never speak on performance nutrition.

  • How does the stored glycogen turn into fat? I heard that denovolipogenesis is very inefficient compared to converting dietary fat into fat… Thank you:)

  • This was a great video. I farm and take an interest in food trends. It’s funny how from year to year we change our minds on what’s healthy and what’s the new plague. Love the correlation/causation examples!

  • Thanks for another great video. I want to make you aware of another trap food. canola oil. It is made from a plant called rapeseed. This plant is poisonous. Canola oil stands for Canadian Oil It is made in the UK. It is not sold in the UK as food for consumption it is sold as a pesticide. Every fast food in America uses canola oil in their fryers. this is not an exaggeration

  • Ayy Matt’s back on DNews. Nice to see him, I discovered his channel and SourceFed from DNews of which I am forever grateful for.

    But oh Matt, it’s pronounced Heart-ford-shire.:P

  • I can put like 500 cal of sucrose sugar in a big cup of water and it gives me lots of energy and makes me feel great. Totally kills any desire to eat too. Also notice strong body fat loss with this. Ever since I started doing this a few times a day I lost the stomach fat I could never lose. Not to mention I feel wy better.

    If I drink 1 soda I feel like shit. Bloated. Just awful lol. I drink possibly 40% the volume as the example above yet I get far more bloated. Isnt the carbonation either. Shit just sits there. Also makes me instantly want to eat.

    The criminals are fructose and all the random chemicals usually in sugary drinks. Naturally created sugars are wonderful and require very little processing.

  • Love your videos Jeff…. but need to disagree here… u haven’t touched on a very important factor here which is the effect sugar consumption has on the brain and how it is being proven that it is addictive. And if it is addictive then it stands to reason that people will over consume it and thus it will lead to obesity. Not saying it’s he only factor but it seems to me to be one of the biggest. Would love to hear your thoughts on this. Keep going strong bro! Cheers from India!

  • Yep. We started consuming high PUFA vegetable/seed oils which has a highly estrogenic effect, and also directly damages the pancreas. But sugar took the blame.

  • Hey Jeff! I love work and appreciate the effort you put in it…. I also appreciate that association does not imply causality BUT… ( This is a humorous but:)…. The bed sheet tangulation death association to cheese consumption you chose to highlight the stillness of making these assumptions may not be the best for your purposes……because (here in Europe at least ) there is a well known/ association between late night cheese eating and nightmares…. (The smellier the cheese the worse the nightmares ).

    So… The nightmares induced may put people at risk of ‘bed sheet strangulation’.

    Thanks dude for your hard work and keep the video’s coming I’m an avid watcher:)

    Dr Chris Gauci (from Malta)