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Posted by Amy P on 30th Oct 2010
The talk was very good, emphasizing blood sugar reduction, and other heart disease risk factors, as well as disease and aging acceleration in general. I appreciate the question regarding "normal eating patterns being a form of caloric restriction," and the answer that Paul gave redirecting the issue to types of foods chosen that will indeed increase health, as opposed to just wanting to keep weight "normal." This is critical, and I would LOVE to hear this topic addressed more in the various webinars, and clips on the website. Taste is an important factor, but the greater impedance to a longterm calorie restriction adherance plan is whether or not the cells are starving for nutrients. If foods chosen are nutrient-dense, the cells are more likely to be satisfied and provide energy, strength, benefits to the aging skin, as well as those other factors that cause a make or break situation. Also, foods rich in nutrients tend to have more flavor, which fulfills the other desire that is needed for longterm change to any healthy lifestyle. Thank you for addressing this issue in the clip.
Thank you again for your research and interest on this subject. I was raised with a morbidly obese Mom that recently passed away in her mid-70's from diabetic congestive heart failure. She maintained this excess weight until her death. Important to mention is the fact that my father's family has normal weight, with healthy food intake, and lives into their 90's with full faculties. My mother's family, even with most of them being slightly higher than healthy weights still live into their 90's and longer. My mother is the first person in many generations to die so young (76), completely due to her unhealthy amounts and varieties of foods. I appreciate your outspokenness, and the science behind CR that you have been such a innovator of, as it gives me facts with which to share CR with others, as opposed to people thinking they're not attractive with extra weight. Attractiveness was always my goal in maintaining a normal weight, and it is mostly the perspective that overweight people assume when the conversation of reducing food intake arises. You provide concrete science for longevity, and, as you so beautifully stated in this video, good health for the "here and now," and I thank you.
Another aspect you mentioned in the video is "happiness." Of course, this is critical for maintaining a healthy "life course" and I'm glad you have teaching in this area. Of course, healthy sexuality is, as you mentioned, good exercise with VERY high endorphins, inside of a loving relationship, which kills two birds with one stone.
thank you again.