Katy, Texas Personal Trainer Calls Kentucky Grilled BS

Will Denyko is a local Katy, Texas personal trainer and fitness boot camp instructor. Today he rants about the misinformation of the fast food industry and it’s fattening effects on consumers.
By: Will Denyko
 
June 28, 2010 - PRLog -- Will Denyko is a local Katy, Texas personal trainer and fitness boot camp instructor. Today he rants about the misinformation of the fast food industry and it’s fattening effects on consumers.

Will Denyko claims “KFC claimed that it recently did switch cooking oils to eliminate all trans fats from their products, but upon further review of the actual nutritional facts posted on the KFC website, this doesn’t seem to be the case. ‘Partially Hydrogenated Soybean and Cottonseed Oil’ were listed, simply another word for trans fat. Trans fats are synthetic fats that are essentially foreign agents in our bodies. There is truly no room for them in a healthy diet. Plus, a great rule of thumb is that the fewer ingredients in a food item the better it is for you, ideally less than five ingredients tends to be a good marker. Well, if you count the ingredients in this supposed ‘health’ food, there are well over 20!”

He rants on further saying ”To me it’s like covering feces with a newspaper- it still stinks! After all, just as, if not more, damaging to our waistlines are the high calorie side dishes accompanying the chicken which are filled with refined starches and sugars and unnecessary amounts of saturated fat. It’s like “Congratulations! You are eating “grilled” chicken with a bunch of garbage on the side.’ Lord knows that mac and cheese and biscuits aren’t going help you look any better naked!”

Will shares some great user-friendly guidelines to cut through all of the misinformation out there when it comes to fast-food and convenience stores:

Beware of “Fat-Free or Low Fat” Foods:

These food choices are often high in sugar or contain added sugar to make up for taste lost which wreak havoc on your energy levels and prevent fat loss.

Look Out for “Sugar-Free” Products:

These food choices are typically made with artificial ingredients and sweeteners and/or are sometimes higher in fat to make up for taste lost and/or often contains sugar-alcohols that tear up your digestive system.

Stay Away From “100 Calorie” Items:

These low calorie bags contain ZERO nutritional value with little to no protein and are low in fiber and natural, healthy fats. Plus, these weight-gainers by another name do not fill you up between meals.

Will Denyko, C.S.C.S., I.S.S.A. C.P.T.,  is a local Katy, Texas fitness boot camp instructor and personal trainer. To book him to speak at your local  club, business, or organization, please contact him by email at willd@athleticnation.com or by phone at (281)693-3656. For a free one-week trial to his private training studio to experience the best personal training in Katy, Texas, please visit www.athleticnationhtx.com.

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Athletic Nation Personal Training Studio provides guaranteed weight loss solutions to people who are frustrated, feel lost, and have typically failed at achieving their fitness goals.
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