Avoid coffee during a fast food meal because it could have dangerous repercussions for your wellbeing as it causes a spike in blood sugar levels.
A healthy person’s blood sugar levels shoot up after eating a high-fat meal, but that spike doubles after having both a fatty meal and caffeinated coffee – jumping to levels similar to those of people at risk of diabetes, says Marie-Soleil Beaudoin from University of Guelph.
“The results tell us that … full story
1. Basic Terms:
- "Bad" cholesterol clogs your arteries and causes heart disease.
- "Good" cholesterol helps collect up the bad cholesterol and get it out of your system.
- Saturated fat is "bad fat" that increases the bad cholesterol in your body.
- Polyunsaturated fat is "good fat" that lowers both good and bad cholesterol.
- Monounsaturated fat is "really good fat" that helps lower the bad cholesterol, but leaves the good cholesterol … full story
Once in a while there will be a food that will pop up on this blog that’s good for everyone including us who are on the journey towards muscle mass and fat loss. And here’s the one that has done just that today: olive oil. The famous oil of the Mediterranean and heart healthy diets, olive oil can actually help us to build muscle, believe it or not. The monounsaturated fat or MUFA in olive oil may act as an anti-catabolic nutrient, which means … full story
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