Can I Eat Popcorn Ever Again?
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hey guys dr. Burke here in this video I want to talk about popcorn okay now a lot of people love popcorn in fact I love popcorn in fact I used to work at a theater in making the popcorn that was last year no I’m just kidding it was like five thirty five years ago but anyway 95% popcorn is GMO so that’s one of the problems with popcorn popcorn is highly glycemic it turns into sugar pretty fast it’s not good if you want to lose weight but the microwave popcorn is the worst because it has a chemical in the butter flavoring called diacetyl and it’s been linked to a lot of bad problems so I’ll put a link down below so you want to avoid microwaved popcorn okay now some of you are very very upset that I’m talking about these things and you you’re not going to give up popcorn so for those of you that want to do popcorn on a infrequent basis I want to give you an alternative especially if you’re not trying to lose weight you know just don’t do this it’s frequent as maybe you were doing the regular popcorn but you can take another grain called sorghum okay you can get this anywhere you get online and you can pop it just like popcorn sorghum is gluten-free non-gmo it has the lowest glycemic index of all the grains okay but you can just compete yourself cook it in coconut oil and use grass-fed butter okay in sea salt the butter will buffer some of the glycemic index but it’s a lot better than corn as far as turning in the sugar so that’s just a quick tip but again I’m not telling everyone can start consuming a lot of popcorn because I’m going to get some emails saying them now I’m not losing weight because I’m eating this every single day it’s just your alternative every so often alright thanks for watching
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Dr. Berg talks about popcorn and an alternative. Some people love popcorn and if you take it way from them, they will want it more. For this reason, we have an alternative, but just do not eat it as frequent. If you pop sorghum, a different grain, lower on the glycemic index chart, its going to be better. This grain is not GMO, its high in protein and you can add grass fed butter and sea salt.
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