Credit should be given to those whose studies revealed similar conclusions three quarters of a century ago:
Adelle Davis in her Let's Eat Right to Keep Fit (1954) cites a 1943 study by G.W. Thorn, J.T. Quinby and M. Clinton. Davis writes of their study, “ After the high-protein meal, however, the metabolism rose more quickly than did the blood sugar and stayed high throughout the entire six-hour study period.”
- Everybody has a unique metabolism. Certain things will work for you that won’t for your brother, friend, spouse or child. You need to find out what works for you.
- Given the above, there are some generalizations that work.
Jay is a BIG believer in BOTH:
1. Everything in moderation.
2. Less carbs; more protein.
- There are 48 grams of carbohydrates in 16 ounces of soda. Don't drink carbs.