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It's ur body....U can die if u want to!!!!!!

It's ur body....U can die if u want to!!!!!!



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http://www.goodforyourhealthebook.comThis booklet was designed to give correct and helpful information, but there may betypographical errors and mistakes in content. The information contained herein is up todate only to the date of publication. The author and publisher of this book shall not haveliability nor responsibility to any person or legal entity in regard to any loss or damagecaused or alleged to be caused either directly or indirectly by the information contained inthis booklet. I am not a medical expert. But I have gathered all the latest facts andstatistics and put it in this document. This document is in no way intended to take the place of a medical professional.
It’s Your BodyYou Can Die If You Want To
By N. Curtis
Topics coveredWhat Not To EatHow To Avoid A Heart Attack 7 Hidden Dangers Lurking In Your HouseAsthmaDiabetesYou’re Not Sick. You’re Thirsty!Let Me speak My PieceGet to Know Your Body SystemsAre eggs “in” Again?Yeast InfectionsPremature Ejacu!!!!!!Spices/Herbs/VitaminsIt’s A Dirty Job But Someone’s Gotta Do It
Home EnergyTips From The Food Safety PoliceWash your Hands!Nutrition & Fitness MythsCoq10 & Omega 3 Fatty AcidsSkincare TipsBrush Up For Your Oral ExamArthritisPregnancy TipsSTD’sThe 7 Deadly sins Of Health & Fitness
Besides that grimy diner down the street that is in flagrant violation of thesanitary code, there are other foods you need to avoid. Reading labels onfood items isn't just for the health conscious person anymore. It is essentialfor everyone to be educated on what to look for when considering food purchases. There are, unfortunately, several hidden ingredients in many of the foods we eat on a daily basis. Others are more visible, but are ignored.The overall health of a great number of people is being compromised by"foods" like the ones we'll look at here.High Fructose Corn SyrupHigh fructose corn syrup is derived from cornstarch. It is typically acombination of 45% sucrose and 55% fructose. It is treated with an enzymethat converts glucose to fructose. The end result is a sweeter product. Foodmanufacturers love this sweetener because it mixes easily, extends the shelf-life of the product, and can be as much as 20% less expensive than other sugar sources. High fructose syrup is used in yogurt, ketchup, jelly, syrups,
fruits, desserts, soda, baked goods, and freezer food items, just to name afew.The body doesn't process high fructose syrup the same way it doescane or beet sugar. Our metabolic-regulating hormones are actually alteredin the way they function so the body can somehow process this sweetener.As a result, high fructose syrup forces the liver to put more fat into the bloodstream, which results in our bodies craving more to eat and thus, we become overweight as we store more fat. Of course, obesity can lead toheart disease, diabetes, and several other health problems if left untreated.Trans FatTrans fat is also known as trans fatty acid. It is produced via thechemical process of hydrogenation of oils, which solidifies liquid oils andincreases the shelf life of the foods which contain them. Blah blah blah.Bottom line- it’s horrible. In French- horrible. In Spanish- horrible. InSwedish – fasansfull. No matter how you say it or what language it’s in,trans fats are HORRIBLE. They are found in fried foods, margarine,vegetable shortening, snack foods, baked goods, and some vegetable oils.Some healthy oils are Virgin olive, lin/flax, canola, un-hydrogenated soy andmustard.Trans fat increases the risk of heart disease and increases bloodcholesterol levels. Trans fats also add body fat to the mid-section (hello one piece swimsuit), which is known to increase the risk of heart disease.Artificial SweetenersArtificial sweeteners, colorings, flavorings, emulsifiers, flavor enhancers and preservatives are all, well, artificial ingredients we find in several foods,even though the effects on our bodies are questionable. Our bodies weren'tdesigned to metabolize artificial ingredients. Examples of artificial foodingredients would include aspartame, saccharine, neotame, acesulfame, andsucrolose. It is best to avoid highly processed foods to eliminate these fromyour diet. Diet soft drinks, breath mints, jams, jellies, gelatins, frozendesserts, candies, cough drops, chewing gum, frosting, processed fruit and juices, puddings and baked goods can all contain artificial sweeteners andartificial ingredients, and should be avoided.An increased risk of bladder cancer has been linked to a highconsumption of saccharine. Some studies have linked the consumption of 

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