(This article is Part II of my carbohydrate addiction series. In order to fully understand it, you should start with Part I, “Why You’re Addicted To Bread“, because it describes the mechanisms of sugar (‘carbohydrate’) addiction—all of which apply equally to breakfast cereal. Part III is here.)
Breakfast Cereal = Skittles
We already [ . . . ]
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(This essay is Part I of a series on carbohydrate addiction and the myth of ‘complex carbs’. You can skip to Part II, “Adjacent To This Complete Breakfast!” or Part III, “The Myth Of “Complex Carbohydrates”.)
Why do we crave the empty calories of bread? Answer: for the same reasons we crave the [ . . . ]
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Most of what gets served in restaurants isn’t food—it’s a nice-smelling, well-presented simulation.
Caution! Contains diabetes.
I’m certainly no paleo diet purist, but I eat far more meat, eggs, and vegetables, and far less grains and starches, than most. Over time this has caused me to prepare more and more of my [ . . . ]
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