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Whole Fruit Gelatin for Weight Loss – Whole Fruit Gelatin

Gelatin won’t directly help you lose weight but it will help in an indirect way – by controlling your appetite.

Amino Acid Composition in Gelatin chart
A lot of what we talk about here at Liquid Diet Weight Loss is feeling full and there is nothing better at making you feel full than sugar free gelatin. Especially if you add some high fiber fruit.

Alternate Gelatin Preparation:

Cut the sugar free sweetener down to 1/4 and use fruit juice instead of water.

Sugar free Jello has about 2 calories per gram, and not much else. It is a liquid that feels like

Here is a short list of high fiber fruit to add to maximize the fullness:

Apple weighing (~125 grams) whole with skin (a.k.a. USDA commodity food A343) has 3 grams of fiber, 65 calories and 13 grams of sugar

Avocados are technically a high fiber fruit, but actually, they’re a gross vegetable and you shouldn’t eat them because I don’t like them.

Bananas have a lot of fiber and potassium. The potassium is important because it is hard to find potassium in foods in general.
Bananas are less than 3% dietary fiber by weight, but 1 medium banana (118 g) gives you 3 grams of dietary fiber, 108 calories, 15 grams of sugar and a gram of protein

Berries generally have the most fiber.
1 cup, or 148 grams of whole blackberries have 8 grams of fiber.
Only 7 grams of sugar and 65 calories

Guava where are you, a rainforrest!? Anyway, if you come accross some guava gelatin you should definitely partake cause the guava has 9 grams of fiber per 165 gram cup of the flesh.
2 g fat, only 15g sugar, and 4 grams of protein making it an unusually nutritionally balanced fruit. 1 medium guava should have 55 grams of flesh, after removing the refuse. They are only about .05 USD in the amazon basin, but I suggest you shop at the grocery.

Kiwis have about 2.5 grams each without skin. If you leave the skin on it imparts some tartness. I suggest super thin slices with the peel for double the dietary fiber.

Oranges are a member of citrus fruits, making them automatically delicious. There are many varieties of orange though they are all relatively similar in nutritional profile.

Pears (USDA commodity food A435) 1 small pear (148 grams) has 5 grams of fiber and only 85 calories. Pears should only be eaten if you cannot acquire or chew apples. A small to medium plum weighs about 70 grams.

Prunes (or plums, if you aren’t 90) have
Another thing you can do is to add ground psyllium seed husk in a layer. It forms a gellatenous paste when a small amount of water is added to the dry powder. You can alternatively add juice of any kind (apple works very well here) By scoring the top of sliced jello slightly, you can add a make it into tasty layers.

Spread some apple juice husk meal over a flat freshly scored surface of the whole fruit gelatin and stack the slices lick brick and mortar. It helps to add progressively thinner layers and not use more than 3 layers at once. If you feel like it, use toothpicks to hold the layers in place. Frilly toothpicks do provide structural advantages here.

Adding meringue or whipped cream can really alter the texture of the “mortar”, I suggest whipped cream. Use your imagination!

Meringue (buy it freeze dried if possible) is sugar free. When it comes to sugar free whipped cream

how to detect a scam diet (and why scammers are idiots)

Too bad marketers are getting better and better these days. I actually started out in the field of marketing, I became disillusioned very quickly when I realized most marketers are not only unscrupulous but delusional as well. I got fired from a lot of graphic design and marketing jobs before I finally decided I couldn’t work in marketing and still like myself, so the sacrifice is too great. Having a degree, I felt kind of salty that it would be wasted since I wasn’t using it for evil. My solution was to find the number one most oversold, air filled and deceptive industry out there (as far as marketing concerned) and piss it off. You will Have a hard time finding anything on my sites that are untrue or not accurate. the sad part is, it’s not hard to make money, be honest and have a good time doing what I’m doing. Everything you will ever read on,, or

I can understand having a surplus of acai berries or African mango and being close to broke, but who is? Even in that case there would be better options for EVERYONE.
Heres why scammers are idiots:

they think you like to be lied to (or that you are brain dead.)
this is the funniest of them all. Obviously people like companies that don’t mislead them. most scammers disagree.

they dont know how to multiply
I would not be surprised if most acai berry sellers also scratch off lottery tickets as a part-time job. with all of the rapid scientific research and trusted resources out there, it is easy as pie to find a good product to promote that will have people coming back again and again.  What the hustlers dont understand IS in fact multiplication.  Ten (10) customers buying what you sell for $2 only once (as with most scams) = $20 (once or twice until you get found out) (also, subtract refunds and lawsuits)
20 customers ( because they told their friends and family) buying your product for HALF the others price ($1) every month for even just a year  and NOT suing you or sending it back = $240 (a year)

all they can do is ride the wave
this one goes with the one below it.  when something has been discredited or proven to be ineffective, good promoters and sellers drop it. They are not afraid to invest in another product because they know they’re smart enough to pick a good one and their patience will pay off.  When this happens the competition, of course, goes way down. The demand also goes down…but not as much. For a short time, a salesman who can’t pick a good product can make a tiny bit of money.  All they have to do is lie to thousands of people (including themselves), sacrifice their reputation and deal with a constant flood of numerous pissed off customers. Of course its easy!  None of the above requires intelligence.

they do not understand how to market
One of the biggest part of marketing is knowing how to make A product appeal to people. The reason why scammers choose the products they do is because people fall for BS. The heart of any scam is unrealistically amazing promises and results!
I havent even gone into how to scam, you have to feel like a jerk, or at least become an empty person to avoid the feeling.  You have to either hide what you are doing or people will dislike you.  And… there’s just too many reasons not to. I’m done.

We are 100% uncompromisingly honest. Just test us!! E-mail,,, or with an offer that involves us selling out.  Make the offer really good, make it believable, try as hard as you can! If we accept such an offer we will give you $500. Got that?

Post our response as a comment here so everyone can see.

Thanks for reading and dont stop thinking!

What Makes Us Hungry

<h2>What Makes Us Hungry and What Makes Us Full?</h2>

hand holding out an appleFrequently at Liquid Diet Weight Loss Blog we delve into the details on diet and weight loss concepts. This is very helpful, particularly if you are trying to lose weight. Bear with us, it may seem more complicated than it really is.

There are several ways to tackle hunger. Each of these “ways” are really food attributes. Particular qualities and attributes of the foods we eat determine how full we become. Before I list those, let’s look at what makes us hungry and full, chemically and biologically.

The feeling of hunger is our body talking to itself. Our brain and stomach are regularly exchanging information, it is meant to be purely functional, so we don’t hear it. Our stomach will release specific chemicals when certain events are triggered which is its way of talking to the brain and the brain will do….lots of things. In fact the brain is always doing things, and things with those things, and things with the things it did with those things. This continuum makes it hard to really understand the brains role. Thankfully, the functions of the stomach, relatively simple and isolated are enough to get the gist.

What Makes Us Hungry?

There are a ton of factors which contribute to hunger such as seeing food and thinking about it, experiencing entertainment and boredom, but the unconscious aspects of hunger are the most significant. Signals sent from cells lacking certain nutrients, individual neural predispositions and many other internal factors are at the heart of our feelings of hunger and fullness alike.

Calories equate to energy, though with the rather unique way our bodies work, they aren’t as important in terms of hunger and fullness.  Its like if you were to put some kind of super gas into your car.  Three gallons of this gas will give you twice as many miles as regular fuel.  Your gas meter will go down slower, though it will still read three gallons.  Your gas meter is the only measure of gas in the car, so if the car had to guess, it would think it has three gallons of energy.  The same is true to how our bodies work.  Consider our stomachs the gas tank.

Ghrein is a hormone which plays possibly the biggest role in our feelings of hunger. It is produced when the stomach is empty and circulates in the bloodstream, crossing into the brain where it does a number of things.

Ghrelin stimulates the parts of the brain which contain Neuropeptide Y.  This is no small player in satiation…Neuropeptide Y is capable of producing bouts of ravenous hunger all by itself.  It is released in small amounts when the responsible part of the brain (the arcuate nucleus) is activated. This neural machine is also activated by many other things and in many ways but having an empty stomach is the main cue.

Of course, what makes us hungry as a chemical response alone wouldn’t really be anything without everyones favorite function of their brain.  “Completion” of this cycle (eating when hungry) triggers our brains pleasure reward link (the mesolimbic cholinergic-dopaminergic reward link.)  So, aside from not dying, eating feels good.  There is a mind bogglingly confusing science behind this, but who cares.

The long and short of what makes us hungry is that it is unavoidable, though controllable.  Developing self control and habits can directly affect this cycle. Also, appetite suppressants can significantly and directly slow this process.

What makes us feel full after eating certain amounts is not as much the lack of ghrelin production but another process altogether.

What Makes Us Full

What makes us full is also driven by a chemical response. What makes us full is equally complex to what makes us hungry There is a key hormone which plays a major role: Leptin

Leptin is produced by body in proportion to the amount of adipose tissue. The amount of Leptin is typically consistant with blood lipid levels. While this main determining factor for the amount of leptin in the body and the bodies leptin resistance is consistant, there are a number of other factors which can make our leptin/fullness response somewhat variable.

Factors that lower leptin levels (making it harder to feel full) are generally common.  These factors include being a male, hormone imbalance, emotional or physical stress and many others. All of which have certain other undesirable characteristics and typically are avoided for more than just this reason. There is a lot of information out there for a further understanding of how to maintain high leptin levels.  Its time for the foods that make you full.

What Qualities of Food Make Us Full?

Food that contains a lot of fiber and more protein than the combination of fat and carbs generally will make us feel full.  As far as the amounts of carbs and fat, balancing these actively with changing cravings is optimal.  This is a very general guideline, it is not written in stone…there are a lot of tips and hints all over to help you figure out what the best food and drink is to make you feel full.  For the sake of killing birds with stones, here is a short list of some of these foods:

High fiber foods

  • whole grain products instead of processed grain products
  • fruits like peaches, apricots, plums or prunes, kiwi (eat the skin), berries (especially blackberries) and oranges
  • vegetables like turnips (6 grams per cup), okra, sweet potatoes, zucchini, squash and spinach
  • BEANS! Field beans (almost 20g per cup) The other high fiber beans are broad beans, lentils, black beans, pinto beans and chick peas.
  • psyllium husk, wheat, rasin and barley bran cereals.  Psyllium Husk is 70% fiber and the main ingredient in many fiber suppliments.

There you have it!  Using this list and the useful, though long winded information above, you can make sure your always full without expanding.

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