The Fat Burning Kitchen

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Here’s EXACTLY what whole wheat bread, milk, sugar, and vegetable oil does to the cells of your body (also discover why it’s NOT your fault you’ve struggled to lose your belly fat)
These foods, commonly called “healthy” by experts, the media, and even the government, are actually silently harming the health of you and your family.  But if you’ll continue reading you’re going to discover why you should eat MORE foods such as delicious butter, cream, cheese, coconut fat, avocados, and juicy steaks. If it seems odd to you, I’ll explain more in the article…Read More

 

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Learn the 3 reason why you must never eat wheat… HERE

Learn about gluten and other gut damaging compounds… HERE

Find out about vegetable oils…HERE

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Learn why sugar, wheat, and vegetable oils are killing you and your family, so maybe you’ll think twice about eating cereals, breads, bagels, muffins, candy, and processed foods or fried foods from restaurants that are cooked in vegetable oil.

Learn about some examples of foods below that you might be eating and didn’t even realise they are making you fatter, and causing diabetes, heart disease, and cancer… HERE

Learn About the So-Called “Health Foods” That Are Causing You to GAIN More Body Fat?

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I can’t tell you how many times I’ve walked into the kitchen of a client of mine that has hired me for nutritional counseling, and I’m shocked by what I see…

Almost every time, I see their kitchen cabinets and fridge LOADED with foods that they think are “healthy” (or have been deceived by clever food labels into believing are healthy), but in reality are fat-storing traps in disguise…

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