Hunger as a symptom of food addiction

Experimenting with a spectrum of diets and the rising popularity of intermittent fasting led many people to the same surprising observation. Higher periods of fasting or less food consumption lowers the feeling of hunger in the long term. It’s important to highlight, that this fact is not true immediately after changing the dietary habits. Your…

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Myth #1: Fat is harmful

The sugar-fat war One of the most widespread nutrition myths of the 20th century was the demonization of fat consumption. Nearly 70 years passed since the first marketing of “low fat” and “fat-free” products, and complete generations grew up since then, exposed to the true effects of sugar lobby. You’re right if you imagined a…

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