Oldest living men on Earth eat this every day

Image of a plate with a measuring tape and fork. Diet concept

No, not the “Mediterranean diet.” This one actually works and tastes great – and adds decades to your life…

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Oldest Living Men On Earth Eat This Every Day

Some days I feel like all I ever do is debunk the dumb stuff that people push solely to make a profit.

It’s usually Big Pharma or Big Food on most days…

But today it’s something a little bit different.

Today I’m going to go up against the “diet” industry.

This is one industry that has a whole bunch of craziness going on.

Not only will some of their ideas never help you lose weight, but they can actually harm you.

And one of the WORST ideas to come out in a long time is this idea that eating a high-fat/low-carb diet is somehow the key to weight loss and health.

These diets come under a bunch of names – Paleo, Atkins, Ketogenic, Eat Fat Get Thin…

But they all feature the same basic formula…

Ditch carbs, ramp up the fat and protein intake – and you will lose weight and be healthy.

This couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, high-fat diets can do you serious harm.


Why high-fat diets are so bad for you

First let’s talk about the elephant in the room…

You CAN lose weight on a high-fat diet and many people do…at least at first.

The weight loss can be fast and easy. And that’s why these types of diets are so appealing.

But these types of diets are almost impossible to maintain and usually result in a yo-yo effect…

The people on them end up gaining more weight than they lose.

Back before I know what I know now, I experienced this yo-yo effect myself.

Gaining weight back is a big problem.

BUT it turns out that gaining weight back is not the ONLY problem…

High fat diets interact with your immune system in a weird way that can make you gain weight really easily.

“Why is eating a high-fat diet a recipe for obesity? According to a new study from the RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences (IMS) in Japan, the answer involves the activity of a specific type of immune cell that lives in the small intestine.”

Scientists tested mice – with and without this specific group of immune cells – and found that mice with these immune cells gained weight on a high-fat diet

But mice that didn’t have these immune cells did not.

“Published in the journal Cell Reports, a series of experiments shows that without group-2 innate lymphoid cells (ILC2s) in the small intestines, mice can eat high-fat diets without gaining extra weight or suffering from other physiological symptoms of obesity.”

Now, we can’t just eliminate immune cells in humans…

But it’s interesting to note that the high-fat diet doesn’t just interact on a calorie basis…

The high-fat diet actually triggers the body into creating all kinds of problems related to obesity.

“Subsequent testing showed that mice lacking ILCs also failed to show other physiological signs of obesity, such as greater amounts of white fat tissue, larger livers, higher blood sugar levels, and impaired insulin resistance.”

These additional symptoms (such as insulin resistance and larger livers) are indicators of internal inflammation.

And internal inflammation is the root cause of every chronic aging disease I’ve ever studied – from high blood pressure to dementia.

I believe that high fat diets (based on this and much other research) CAUSE chronic internal inflammation…

And, because of that inflammation, they create negative health cascades in our bodies that lead to chronic illness as we age.

That’s why I eat a low-fat, low-protein, high-carb diet – similar to the diet eaten by the Okinawan folks of Japan (some of the longest-lived people on earth).

The bottom line is that eating a high-fat diet triggers your immune responses in bad ways…

And that creates internal inflammation in your body.

Trying to lose weight this way sets you up for failure in the long run.

Don’t believe the hype around high-fat diets. It’s just not worth it.

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They have high cholesterol and high blood pressure, and their diets would make a vegan cry.

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