Everyday Household Vegetables Can Make You Fat?
Is it possible that certain everyday household vegetables can cause thyroid imbalance in your body and make you fat?
You must be thinking right now… How can a veggie cause overweight or bad health?
Actually yes, it is possible. Independently verified medical studies in US and Korea reveals recent research on how eating some vegetables like broccoli can actually cause problems with weight loss.
They have clearly demonstrated that those vegetables, (you can find more in the video below), create a serious thyroid imbalance that builds fat in your body, specifically around your stomach and thighs, no matter how much intensive you work out.
Triglycerides are bad for you!
Thyroid imbalance means when your fatty acids aren’t used up for energy, they head back to the fat cells, where they connect with two other fattening amino acids and a glycerol molecule which produce what we know as triglyceride.
Triglycerides can cause not only to gain weight, but high level in the blood can seriously harm your health.
Having a high level of triglycerides in your blood can increase your risk of diabetes, heart disease…
…and it’s a little scary fact to know that these two deadly acids are injected into most foods that we would consider good for us…
Unpleasant reality is that one of the worst of these is also one of the most popular vegetables widely recommended by most trainers, nutritionists, and even doctors…
But nothing can be further from the truth.
And after watching this short video, you will learn exactly what “healthy” vegetables you should avoid if you want to lower your triglycerides and lose weight.
On the page 2 read about 5 tips how to balance your triglycerides naturally