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Sugar Part 2: What to Stay Away From

Sugar Part 2: What to Stay Away From

November 12, 2022

Introduction

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  • Most of what Doc teaches, he didn’t learn in school

Perspective

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This week on A Different Perspective, Doc goes over the differences in eating healthy, and cutting sugar. He explains what to stay away from and why.

  • Recap last week’s video
  • Glucose availability
    • Processing—“whole grain”
    • Fiber
    • Ripeness
    • Acid Content
    • Fat Content
  • No Sugar vs Good list
    • No Sugar
      • Allergies
      • Acorn Squash
      • Alcohol
      • Agave
      • Fruit/Berries (lemon and lime are okay)
      • Root vegetables
      • Almond Flour Crackers
      • Artificial Sweeteners
      • Bai Drinks
      • Beans (except garbanzo)
      • Bread
      • Beets
      • Butternut Squash
      • Cane Alcohol
      • Potatoes
      • Canola Oil
      • Carrots
      • Cassava Flour
      • Coconut Sugar
      • Corn
      • Cow’s Milk
      • Cow’s Milk cheese
      • Dextrose
      • Isagenix
      • Juice
      • Kombucha
      • Lentils
      • Maple Syrup
      • Molasses
      • Oats
      • Pasta
      • Processed Foods
      • Quinoa
      • Rice
      • Soda
      • Sprouted Grains
      • Sweeteners (maltodextrin, dextrin, glucose, zein, malt, maple svrup, malt extract, glucono delta lactone (GDL), mono-glvcerides, di-glycerides, sorbitol, sugar beet or cane)
      • Modified food starch
      • Caramel flavoring
      • Swerve Sweetener
      • Whey Protein
      • Wild Rice
    • Good list
      • All Seeds
      • ACV
      • Arrowroot Powder
      • Asparagus
      • Avocado
      • Avocado Oil
      • Broccoli
      • Brussels Sprouts
      • Buckwheat
      • Cabbage
      • Cauliflower
      • Celery
      • Chia Seeds
      • Coconut/Coconut Flakes
      • Coconut Oil
      • Collagen/Beef Gelatin
      • Cucumber
      • Dairy-Free Butter
      • Eggplant
      • Eggs
      • Elderberry
      • Erythritol
      • Fish
      • Goat Cheese
      • Goat Milk
      • Grapeseed Oil
      • Green Beans
      • Hot Sauce
      • Hummus/Garbanzo Beans (only approved bean)
      • Kale
      • Lemon/Lime slices
      • Leeks
      • Lettuce
      • Liverwurst
      • Monk Fruit
      • Mushrooms
      • Mustard
      • Nuts – limit to ½ cup per day
      • Olives
      • Olive Oil
      • Onions
      • Organ Meats
      • Organic Grass-Fed Beef, Pork, Poultry, Bacon, Sausage, or Turkey
      • Peas (whole peas only, not pea protein powder)
      • Pesto
      • Peppers
      • Radishes
      • Sauerkraut
      • Sheep Cheese
      • Shellfish
      • Spaghetti Squash
      • Spinach
      • Stevia
      • Tomatoes
      • Tomato Sauce (Sugar-Free)
      • Vegenaise
      • Wheatgrass
      • Xanthan Gum
      • Xylitol
      • Yellow Squash
      • Zevia
      • Zucchini Squash
    • Most things we do involve food
      • Date night
      • Get togethers with family
    • There’s a difference between eating healthy and keeping your sugar down.
    • Fructose converts in the liver
      • Glucose
      • Glycogen
      • Lactate
      • Triglycerides (you want this to be <90)
    • What is the highest fructose food?
      • Agave
      • 80-90%
    • HbA1C

Product Knowledge

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This week on A Different Perspective, Doc talks about Goldenseal and Oregon Grape and what they help support, in the body.

Last 10%

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This week on A Different Perspective, Doc talks about the giveaways that’ll be happening during December, how to participate, and why he does them.

  • Giveaways
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