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Cutting out sugar and starch will help with weightloss?

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Dr. Scott Shapiro
Anti-Aging Medicine

In brief: Yes, it can help.

Cutting out sugar and starch can help weight loss.
The reason is that carbohydrates cause weight gain because eating carbohydrates leads to the release of the fat-storage hormone insulin, which acts to remove nutrients from the bloodstream and store it as fat.

In brief: Yes, it can help.

Cutting out sugar and starch can help weight loss.
The reason is that carbohydrates cause weight gain because eating carbohydrates leads to the release of the fat-storage hormone insulin, which acts to remove nutrients from the bloodstream and store it as fat.
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