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11. The fewer carbohydrates we eat, the leaner we will be.
That's if you do nothing phyisicly and I see that there is a three way scales where you balance food, Insulin & exercise. If you do the three and balance well then you may be in good health and somewhat slimmer.
I hear from ballet dancers that they say that in full time ballet keeps them so slim no matter what they eat!!
 

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Burning fat rather than carbohydrates puts fewer pro inflammatory cytokines into the system so there is less chance of damage to your cell walls so you allow your system time to heal itself.
To burn fat, Would it be better to have carbs that the body finds easy to use and that will provide energy to then encourage the fat to move.
Carbohydrates without exercise will make the fat to be stored on you and this fat comes in it's many forms. Animal fat is the typical one and the sugars of other sources. ;)

If every time you eat you consume foods that inflame your body you will need meds all the time. If you stop adding fuel to the fire your body will have a better chance to heal.
YES!!! We do overeat and we just don't use all of the food to physical energy. and so the lack of exercise is we get fat and the meds we use to prop up our well being thanks to doctors.
 

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I have most certainly lost the plot haven't I. So if I look at foods that has little or no carbs then the less inflammation to the body and then the body will look for other means of energy like the fat that's on you.
Would I be right that fat is a hard source of energy than bread would be? :confused::rolleyes:
 
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