Fast Food Addiction. It's All About the CARBAGE and the public deserves to know

The truth is, 60% of people who struggle with their weight and weight related health conditions don't have an issue with calories....but have an issue with Carbage.
 
 
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NAPLES, Fla. - May 30, 2016 - PRLog -- There IS an addictive ingredient hiding in plain sight in fast food.

The #1 problem is NOT the fat or "sugar" in fast foods…although this is what we are told. The #1 problem with fast food IS its extraordinarily high CARBOHYDRATE content.

CARBOHYDRATE ADDICTION is not your fault!

When people with insulin imbalance consume carbs…they OVER-RELEASE the fat gain hormone; insulin. Insulin acts as a key to open fat cells to receive excess glucose in the blood. Carbohydrate is the only nutrient that breaks 100% into blood glucose. If a person with over-insulin release eats a high carb containing meal or snack, their blood glucose rises and their insulin over-releases. They become FAT from the high CARBOHYDRATE of fast food meals.

The worst part about fast food?…the typical meal is SUPER HIGH in carbohydrate. 60% of adults will become FAT/OBESE from excess FAT GAIN HORMONE released as their blood sugar rises from carbs. I call their metabolism; METABOLISM B or MET B.

SUGAR IS ONLY ONE EXAMPLE OF CARBOHYDRATE….IT IS ONLY ONE PART OF A FAST FOOD MEAL THAT TURNS DIRECTLY INTO BLOOD GLUCOSE.

While it's true that sugar is an example of carbohydrate, you will be amazed at all the other excess sources of carb contained in fast food. I call excess and unnecessary carb grams;CARBAGE.

All the while, the fast food industry and the US government claims the major problem with fast food is SUGAR….and ignore that sugar is just one source of carbohydrate….the REAL PROBLEM.

MAJOR CARBAGE IN A FAST FOOD MEAL

High carbohydrate foods cause blood glucose to quickly spike. A person with Metabolism B will over-release insulin ( fat gain hormone) jamming excess blood glucose into fat cells.

Carb craving and consumption is a vicious cycle. The very foods that are making them fatter and sicker are the foods they "CRAVE" It is a true physical addiction. When Met B's say they feel like carb addicts, erata they are right.

WHAT IS THE CARBOHYDRATE CONTENT OF FOODS ON THE MENU AT FAST FOOD RESTAURANTS?

For a frame of reference, consider a healthy maximum carbohydrate intake per meal for a woman as 45 grams. A maximum carb intake/meal for a man is about 60 grams.

Check out the carb content of the following "fast foods" and prepare to have sticker shock from the hidden carb grams that fuel overweight, over fat, fatigue, depression, ADD/ADHD, type 2 diabetes, PCOS, breast, pancreatic, ovarian cancers for the millions with uncontrolled insulin.

Restaurant Food Choice Net Carb

Arby's Roast Chicken Pesto Panini 79 grams

Broccoli Cheddar Potato 80grams

Blimpie's Steak and Cheese 49 grams

Boston Market Chicken Sandwich w/cheese 67 grams

Mac and cheese side 31 grams

Burger King Big Fish 63 grams

BK Whopper and cheese 52grams

Large Fries 67grams

Domino's 6" Deep Dish Cheese Pizza 64 grams

KFC Chunky Chicken Pot Pie 64 grams

KFC 6 Crispy Strips 34grams

KFC Coleslaw 18grams

Pizza Hut Spaghetti and MB 109grams

Subway 6" Steak and Cheese 43grams

Caesar Wrap 45grams

Taco Bell 7 Layer Burrito 52grams

Taco Salad 53 grams

Wendy's Garden Veggie Pita 46 grams

Wendy's Broccoli and Cheddar Potato 71 grams

Wendy's Large Frosty 91 grams

Wendy's Breaded Chicken Sandwich 42 grams

McDonald's Southern Style Frozen Lemonade (large) 95 grams

Premium McWrap Crispy Chicken and Ranch 60 grams

Cinnabon regular cinnamon roll 127 grams

Starbucks Mocha Cappuccino whipped cream Venti 87 grams

CARBOHYDRATE CAUSES ADDICTION IN 60% OF ADULTS

It is not physically possible to be addicted to fat or sodium. It is absolutely possible for those with Met B to become addicted to high carbohydrate food choices.

It's true that if you swap out the large regular soda for water, you will cut 90 carb grams at that meal. 90 carb grams are the equivalent of 18 tsp of sugar or 6 servings of carbohydrate (like 6 slices of bread!).

I am willing to bet that families are very aware that fast food selections like burgers, fries, nuggets, onion rings, and soda are "junk food. " Many go through the drive though at a fast food joint when they are in a pinch or want a quick meal out. I don't think anyone is fooled into thinking that these are "Happy Meals" but they are quick, convenient, and "on the way."

I don't think they realize that the carb content of fast food is astronomical…and that chances are they, and their children, are suffering from carb addiction and are setting themselves up for medical maladies like obesity, diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, PCOS, cancers, GERD, osteoporosis, ADHD, Alzheimer's disease.

If you are interested in learning about a lifestyle the initially detoxes carb addiction by reducing insulin release and then methodically re-introduces healthy carb grams on a "clean slate". The Metabolism Miracle, NY Times Bestseller, has a revised edition. It is available today on Amazon ( and will be officially released to all booksellers on June 15, 2016.

Get a copy of the Metabolism Miracle, Revised Edition by Diane Kress and give it a read.

Open your mind. Learn the truth. And learn how to live life to match YOUR metabolism.

There is also a subscription support site for followers of The Metabolism Miracle at http://www.Miracle-Ville.com. Diane Kress is on the site and answers your questions/concerns. Cost? Only $10.00 per month…join after you read the book and leave the support site when (or if) you want!


Diane Kress, RD CDE

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