Rebroadcast: The Law of Attraction and Its Missing Parts with Christine Cronau

194. Rebroadcast: The Law of Attraction and Its Missing Parts with Christine Cronau

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Christine is a Nutritionist, bestselling Author, and Speaker. After struggling with her own weight and health, Christine transformed her body and her health, and spent over ten years researching the facts about food and fats. The results are evident in her engaging, ground-breaking books about dietary truths that have been ignored by conventional health authorities. Christine’s revolutionary work is captivating and easy to read; a fascinating look at how we have reached such a mistaken consensus about health.

In this episode we talk about:

  • How Christine Cronau’s journey started as a nutritionist and a best-selling author
  • The importance and benefits of saturated fat
  • The misinformation about reducing fats
  • How people can be very frustrated about reducing fats
  • Calculating calories on what we eat and how much weight we lose
  • How calories act in our bodies
  • The definition of fat
  • Figuring out the right amount of sugar and carbohydrates to eat
  • The important things to consider about insulin resistance
  • Dropping or lowering carbohydrates in order to fix insulin resistance
  • How to determine a good glucose level
  • The difference in the large size between today and ten years ago
  • The true definition of a healthy diet
  • The reason behind dairy intolerance
  • The irritation and damage to our digestive system caused by consuming too much grain
  • How to heal the gut wall and how to get rid of it
  • The benefit of glutamine to the gut wall
  • How Christine was able to heal all kinds of digestive issues by getting rid of grains and increasing fat in her diet
  • The survival mechanism
  • How much exercise contributes to weight loss
  • How doctors focus symptoms rather than prevention
  • Changing diet and getting the blood sugar back to normal for type two diabetics
  • How Christine’s program has definitely still got a long way to go
  • The organic and non-organic food ranges
  • How she would prefer organic ranges when it comes to eggs, meat and dairy
  • How she finally enjoys her foods and hasn’t thought about dieting since she changed her diet to low carb high fat

Nutrition and Meal Plans

What foods to avoid

  • Sugar
  • Carbs
  • Grains

What foods to actively seek out

  • Fruits
  • Sweet potato
  • Potato
  • Egg
  • Meat
  • Coconut oil
  • Green vegetables
  • Some dairy

Christine’s earliest and fondest memories around food

“Well, interestingly I grew up very very poor. We had a family of six children and one foster child. So, we had a lot of mouths to feed. Like other cases with poor families, you generally get carbohydrates because that’s what you can afford. But the interesting thing was that even though we were struggling to put food on our table, we would have eggs for breakfast. That’s what we were taught was the right thing to do and what we thought we needed to do for a good weight. I don’t have a lot of fond food memories from when I was growing up because we didn’t tend to have a lot of food, although I can say that we did have boiled chicken on Sundays because it was cheap.”

Know more about Christine Cronau

Who would you love to have dinner with and where?

“Well, maybe Oprah Winfrey because I’d really like to talk to her about diet. I’d really like to talk to her because she has so much influence. And I think she has been in the same boat as so many other people. It’s about struggling to find solutions, struggling to find something that works. “

Last meal on the planet?

“I really enjoy eating but I have to say one of my favourites is to make a hot chocolate with whipped cream and sprinkles on top. Now, the thing is we use full-fat milk and we enjoy the whipped cream. We put the fat into our hot drink and it is very indulgent. We also enjoy food such as buttered chicken and chicken mornay; for example, beautiful curry with lots of butter.”

Resources

Where to find Christine Cronau

WEBSITE: http://christinecronau.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/christinecronau

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/christinecronau

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/christinecronau

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