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by HFCadmin ·

There has been so much confusion about the topic of good carbs and bad carbs in recent years wanted to help clarify this confusion for you and put you in a path clearer to fat loss life success and eating healthier. First and foremost, although I am not a believer low of carb (I certainly don’t think that diets very low in carbohydrate are healthy), think that the main reasons that the vast majority of people struggling to lose weight never is that they are refined, processed carbohydrates and envelope-consumindo as pasta, are breads, breads, cereals, rice, rolls, sodas, juices, sweets, biscuits, etc. It is very hard to lose weight if it is envelope-consumindo any of these types of refined processed carbohydrates (even if working out very hard). In addition to causing swings big sugar level in the blood and waves of insulin that stimulate direct storage of fat, eating too many carbohydrates also increase your longs and overall appetite. Even sources of carbohydrate that most people think are healthy are actually calories only excess that contains no really significant nutritional food density and many types of breads and cereals claim to be whole wheat by marketing ready although in reality, the first ingredient in them is refined flour, that just prick your blood sugar level and creates a surge of insulin.

After years of eating excess processed carbohydrates, it becomes harder and harder for insulin to do this work and is still handling all this level of sugar in the blood, and insulin resistance and eventual type 2 diabetes can occur in many people. My opinion on this is that most people who struggle to lose weight would get much better results by following these types of patterns: 1. reduce general grain-based foods in your diet (pasta, cereal, crackers, rice, etc) and focus more than his diet in the range, in meat from grass – fed and eggs free healthy, in raw dairy from grass – fed, and in many whole vegetables.