Thursday, January 4, 2018


TODAY WILL BE THREE STORIES

The one thing I have learned about dietitians and doctors is they know nothing about diet or nutrition.  They seem to believe every ones body is the same.  We are all different.  The ultra sound before my first gallbladder surgery failed to show organ displacement and that the gallbladder was adhered to the liver.  But according to doctors ultra sounds are never wrong.  Well it failed to show the organ displacement or the fact the gallbladder was adhered to the liver.  Had it been more accurate the first doctor never would have done the surgery and asked the VA to approve a liver surgeon.

WHAT I LEARN ABOUT WHY CARBOHYDRATES ARE GOOD FOR YOU

Yes too much can cause you to gain wait.  But even though NY was a lot colder than here, I was never really cold in NY in any one's home or really cold outside.  They eat carbohydrates.  I ate a lot of carbohydrates in NY and did not gain one ounce. I have none in my home, 

So not understanding why with long underwear, flannel pajamas, and jeans my legs feel like they are frozen and in fact my entire body, with the heat set at 70, I took to the internet.

WELL GUESS WHAT

In the Winter some carbohydrates aid in keeping your body warm.  I am eating a moderate amount of carbohydrates now, my body is heating up naturally, and I have not gained a pound.

I also learned there are so called bad carbohydrates that if you let them cool for a while after cooking and then rewarm, the bad part is lost, and you get all the good parts of carbohydrates while getting none of the bad parts.

I have learned doctors hate when you use the NIH as a source.  They live in their world of Text Book medicine and refuse to consider the latest research from the NIH.

So go eat a sandwich once a day, especially in the winter and do not fret - it will keep you warm - which also helps your body to better burn fat - instead of freezing.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

What’s the NIH?

BobbyWC said...

Sorry my bad, great and helpful question. National Institute of Health

Bobby WC