How Vegetable Oils Increase Our Appetite For Carbohydrates - Dr. Michael Eades, M.D.

Dr. Michael Eades explains why vegetable oils act like a super-carbohydrate - and increase our appetite for more carbohydrates.

He recommends avoiding industrial seed oils such as canola, corn and soy oil (linoleic acid) for weight loss, good health, and more.

Is the increase in appetite, as well as the tendency to store calories as body fat, due to the type of unhealthy oils and fats we consume?

To learn more from Dr. Eades, read, "Do Vegetable Oils Make Us Fat?"

P.S. Have you ever looked at old photographs or movies and noticed how everyone is thin?

Before the 1980's, it was rare to see an obese person.

Back then, people were not jogging or lifting weights. There was no such thing as a gym membership.

If you were exercising to lose weight, people would have thought you were crazy.

Why are so many of us, particularly children, overweight now?

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