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Blood Balance Formula Review

by Jeni Robert (2017-09-11)

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In the 1970s and 1980s, the average body weight increased in tandem with the food industry's use of high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS), a staple Blood Balance Formula because it's cheap. But it's not a smoking gun. This is a correlation, not a causation. Obesity is about consuming too many calories. It's just so happens that a lot of overweight people have been drinking HFCS in sodas and eating foods that are high in the glycemic index - sweet snacks, white bread, and so forth.The calorie totals are huge, and the source just happens to be sugar-based. The effect of the high-glycemic food can be lessened by adding fat and protein. Spreading peanut butter (protein and fat) on a bagel (starch, which becomes glucose in your body). for example, slows your body's absorption of the sugar.

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