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RBTI Lemonade

Still got a half dozen more video clips of Challen on file. Here’s one with him discussing a few topics briefly, such as why people are “night people,” the A through E ranges in RBTI, and the purpose of the lemonade – as well as the dangers with drinking the lemonade if your chemistry is not right. Also wanted to make some announcements. Just putting the finishing touches...

Wheat Belly

Ah yes – as the low-carb world gets semi-erect (that’s all they can muster) over Dr. William Davis’s release of his book – Wheat Belly, it’s time to take a step back and calm down over this whole wheat and gluten thing. Before we begin, let’s please all try to keep this in perspective. 180DegreeHealth offers many things for many people. And I can’t help...

Intelligence Intact

I had to dig into an old eZine I had written two years ago this morning, fetching a recipe that will be part of the RBTI Intro Package due for release next weekend. And while I was digging, I took a moment to read one of the articles I had written on the importance of critical thinking – and of constantly seeking out opposing viewpoints to your sacred conclusions instead of banding...

The Holy Grail of Weight Loss III

…CONTINUED FROM THE LAST POST ME: This ties in to one of my strongest philosophies on money – it’s better to make a little bit of money doing what you love than making a ton of money doing what you hate. The same could be said of living a “healthy lifestyle.” A pound lost doing something enjoyable is worth more than 10 pounds lost doing something excruciatingly...

The Holy Grail of Weight Loss II

Part I Here ME:? Beautiful… And I’m glad that whatever you managed to squeeze out of my materials worked out for you. As you know, not everyone loses weight when they go all 180D. In fact, many gain weight – at least for the first few months as their metabolism comes up towards normal. What did you do that you suspect is different from others who haven’t had such results?...

Dangers and Myths of Low Carb Diet Plans

The world is drowning in low carb diet plans. Low carb fever has swept the nation, and perhaps the world. If anything, with #1 documentary films like Tom Naughton’s Fat Head and groundbreaking books like Gary Taubes’s Good Calories, Bad Calories, the low carb diet has done nothing but gain steam since the days of Atkins. This, in part, is a beautiful thing. The low carb diet masters...

Dangers of Genetically Modified Foods

We now have the amazing technology to splice foreign genetic material into plants and animals to create more well-endowed species. Isn’t it great! It’s the best thing since Jesus turned all of that bread and fish and stuff into wine or whatever. Or is it? Genetically engineered foods are pretty messed up.? Strictly from a moral, or ethical, or even historical perspective –...

Dangers and Side Effects of High Fructose Corn Syrup

It’s made from corn silly! It’s good for you! Has anybody seen those ads?? The ones put out by the Corn Refiners Association?? I have. Not only are there numerous dangers of high-fructose corn syrup, there’s actually dangers of high-fructose corn syrup commercials – I laughed so hard when I saw those I nearly fell out of my chair and bonked my head. The high-fructose corn...

Dangers and Side Effects of Aspartame Products

Aspartame isn’t exactly tame as its name suggests. Aspartame dangers and aspartame side effects are reported on a continual basis to the FDA. In fact, aspartame is responsible for more health complaints than any other commonly-used food additive in the United States. Aspartame products include, first and foremost, diet sodas. Yeah, you know, the stuff that Michael J. Fox used to do...

Vegetable Oils

The most commonly-used type of oils in the United States and soon to be most nations, are none other than corn and soy oils and other plant-derived oils. These are the most common oils in the diet because these crops represent the monstrosity that is American agribusiness. They are grown cheaply, the government pays subsidies for excess, and the excess has given the food industry a strong...

Why Milk is Bad for You

Milk does a body good right?? Well, real milk can, but what’s sold at the supermarket is worlds apart from what can be considered nutritious food.180 Degree Health wants you to understand, when it comes to modern pasteurized, homogenized,store-bought garbage, why milk is bad for you. We are conditioned to believe that a diet without milk is dangerously low in vitamins and minerals. If we...

Fructose

Fructose, a type of sugar, has historically been granted a ?get out of jail free? card due to its presence in fruit. It’s the same sugar that’s in fruit, and fruit is healthy, so fructose must be healthy goes the story. But is there such as thing as too much?? Without a doubt, yes. Also, when it’s in the form of a refined sugar does it behave the same as the tiny amount of...

About High-Fiber Diets. Do they help with IBS or Constipation?

Fiber. Gotta get that fiber. Even the cartoon South Park is inundated with fiber propaganda, as one of the characters, Mr. Hanky, a talking turd overflowing with Christmas cheer, touts the benefits of ?getting a lot of fiber? in your diet. Fiber is lauded as the holy substance that can help cause weight loss, relieve constipation, prevent colorectal disorders, stave off colon cancer, lower...

Dietary Cholesterol

Strangely, many people feel that foods that contain cholesterol: such as butter, red meat, and eggs, will contribute to high cholesterol levels if consumed. It’s strange, because even in the infancy of the ?beware of high cholesterol levels? craze, no one ever accused dietary cholesterol of raising blood cholesterol levels. No one accused dietary cholesterol of this because dietary...

Dietary Fat

Dietary fat is generally the most feared of all food substances. From the beginning of time until the middle of the 20th century; however, fat was the most highly-regarded and honored of all food substances.? Why the 180? In the middle of the 20th century, up and coming scientist Ancel Keys developed a theory that fat caused heart disease, which was, and still is, the leading cause of death in...

Cortisol and Weight Gain

Cortisol is an adrenal hormone mimicked by Cortisone, the wonder drug used to battle inflammatory and allergic reaction. Side effects of cortisone include “rapid weight gain,” among many other not-so-appealing impacts. Think there might be a connection between cortisol and weight gain?? If you said “yes,” you’re right! But what are the causes of high cortisol...

Information about Safe Weight Loss without Dieting

Everyone seems to be looking for a way to achieve safe weight loss and to lose weight without dieting – as in starving yourself. Can it be done?? Mainstream health authorities believe that it’s impossible. But there is weight loss information out there that is a radical affront to mainstream philosophies on what constitutes safe and effective weight loss. Perhaps the most radical of...

Healthy Ways to Lose Weight & The Importance of Exercise

Diet and exercise are the healthy ways to lose weight,right? Not entirely.Exercise, in moderate amounts and at reasonable intensity levels helps us to be healthier, but it’s certainly not something to become totally infatuated with. The idea behind getting a lot of exercise was spearheaded mostly by a man named Jean Mayer. He noticed that people were getting fat, a problem of taking in too...

The Best Fat Burning Diets

New fat burning diets are constantly flitting in and out of style, but when it comes to shedding some pounds, many people forget that the objective is not, in any way whatsoever, to lose weight. In fact, losing anything other than fat has dire consequences. It brings about physiological changes that stall weight loss by lowering the metabolic rate, curbing energy levels, and greatly increasing...

Causes Of Hypothyroidism & Hypothyroid Diet Treatment

Most overweight people, when seeing all the ?easy ways to lose weight fast ? watch the fat just melt off and stay fit forever! feel like their failures in dieting are due to a bum thyroid gland. Well, sort of. The thyroid gland is the primary conductor of the metabolic rate.? The metabolic rate is best described as being the amount of calories your body uses for basic function. The bulk of the...