New article on carb addiction on Robb Wolf’s Blog

Posted: February 15, 2012 in Uncategorized

  1. Megan says:

    Great article! I think it’s hard for people to remember the cliche….”we eat to live, not live to eat.”

  2. Kristie Raymond says:

    What I like the best about this article is the “debunking” of “everything in moderation”. I was (and maybe sometimes still fall into being) a CARB ADDICT. It was the staple of every meal I ate. Bread, potatoes, pasta, etc – I couldn’t get enough!
    Since I’ve been able to refrain from these items – I’ve never felt better. Do I want them every once in a while – of course! But I focus on how terrible I felt after eating those things and I know I don’t want to feel that way again.
    Great article, Kevin. Keep ’em coming!

  3. Jonathan Bransfield says:

    I’m curious to hear what effect caffeine and alcohol have on our neurotransmitter networks. Must be lots of dopamine and opioid activity with the craving and sating cycles of those substances? I was expecting to see mention of your insights into the type and style of exercise that helps regulate these cravings and biochemistries–something to expand on, because working out under your direction was and is, by far, the most critical contributing factor of my successes in changing eating habits. Lastly, there is a growing body of exercises being proven effective for developing and strengthening self regulation and self control. . . good old fashioned willpower. Simple things like opening doors or brushing your teeth with your subordinate hand for a day or a week. Every angle helps.

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