Fat Loss Factor Factor Questions
Does your belief that soy’s not good for health apply to all people or just to muscle builders?
This principle is accurate no matter who you are. I should emphasize, however, that it is especially true for those who are trying to develop their muscular systems. The problem is that soy causes your body to produce hormones that are contrary to your goal. The source of the problem is the phytoestrogen content of soy. The result is that your body reacts to it by reducing your testosterone level.
A common place where soy shows up is in powdered proteins and bars, so you need to check the ingredients before buying any of those products.
Is it OK if the protein-powder I have contains sweetening agents that are not natural?
I think you can probably tell the answer to that question on your own. The answer is no. Artificial sweetening agents are poisonous and should be avoided. They affect your mind, your metabolic rate, and even organs such as the liver. Stay away from any sweetener that isn’t natural.
Speaking of sweeteners, if you’re drinking colas, you should be able to lose ten pounds quickly just by cutting them out of your life.
I don’t get it: if the soft drink is calorie-free, how can it be bad?
When it’s all said and done, the food that has artificial sweeteners is bad for you. In fact, you’ll be better off using the equivalent products that have sugar. Again, the big risk here is you liver. If you spend all your time drinking diet sodas, you’re going to do a lot of harm to it. This is why I steer people toward all natural alternatives to sugar-free food products. These will get the job done without putting your internal organs at risk.
I heard you talk about how some dairy products are good and others are bad. What does this mean?
Pasteurized dairy products make you fat. That’s the simple truth. You need to start using raw dairy products.