Junk food is so loved by many. What is not loved are the medical conditions and weight gain that it is associated with. Over the years, research findings have been made at various institutions across America and abroad. These research findings have indicated that fiber and antioxidants can mitigate the health risks associated with eating junk food by counteracting the physiological effects of high-fat and other junk food. This does not mean that unlimited consumption of junk food won’t have consequences. What it does mean is greater freedom and a wider variety of food choices for healthy individuals. These research findings have been compiled in the new book Counteract the Fat: A Nutrition, Diet & Health Book – Studies Show That Fiber & Antioxidants Can Counteract the Physiological Effects of Junk Food & Promote Nonrestrictive Weight & Cholesterol Control.
About the Author:
DéShond D Barnes discovered the Counteract the Fat concept back in the late 1990’s by poring through medical journals and health and nutrition publications for nearly a year, and has practiced the revolutionary Counteract the Fat methodology ever since with incredible results. By consuming a daily diet containing an average of 100+% of the Recommended Daily Allowance for fiber, antioxidants and other nutrients, Barnes has been able to maintain excellent blood cholesterol, blood sugar, blood pressure and body weight over the decades without having to sacrifice junk food favorites. This has inspired Barnes to publish the book Counteract the Fat more than two decades later. Barnes also teaches Counteract the Fat seminars to spread the word about the Counteract the Fat methodology. Barnes lives and writes in northern Illinois.