Sugar is Evil. Sugar makes your body fat.
I am addicted to sugar. I need to go Low-carb to fix it.
If you ever said any of these out loud, you need to read this all the way through.
People around the world are getting bigger, fatter, and sicker every day as we speak.
Our medical system is the best it has ever been and we have new ways of treating our sick bodies so we can live longer.
But the fact is that we are not living longer, we are dying longer.
This is caused by the food we consume, the way we live and the way we treat our body.
And I got to break it to you but going Low carb or Sugar-free won’t make you slim nor healthy.
There was an era when we all went fat-free, yes the 80’s and 90’s. Now, we all blame sugar for making us fat and sick, so we are banning it from our lives. But the fact is that we are consuming more sugar every day without even knowing it.
Sugar is addictive. It creates the same reaction in our brain as cocaine.
That’s why sugar is now added to many foods, just to make them more appealing to your taste buds and hook you up to buy more.
Sugar as glucose is everywhere. In a table sugar, fruit, pastries, cakes, vegetables, legumes and even protein. We need glucose to live and our brain to function properly.
So we need to eat carbs to be healthy, to have balanced blood sugar levels, to support our brain function and to balance out hormones, especially for women.
Going sugar-free can cause more problems for your body than eating the right amount of sugar.
The key is being SUGAR WISE.
To eat carbohydrates that your body recognises, are sourced from nature and in its right amounts.
This will help you to lose weight without feeling tired, having constant cravings or symptoms of sugar withdrawal.
How to be SUGAR WISE?
Read the labels and know what you are buying. Do you think there should be sugar in your ham?
Choose food in its natural form. Instead of opting for fruit juice or dried fruit where the sugar content is very high, choose food in its natural form.
Eat complex carbohydrates with each meal. I am talking about whole grains, brown rice, oats, quinoa, buckwheat, legumes etc… They will provide your body with a long-lasting source of energy and the right amount of glucose.
Pair your carbohydrates with protein and fat. Always. If you eat a muffin, your body will ask for more food pretty soon. Add a tub of yogurt or nuts and you will be satisfied for longer.
Eat green vegetables. Not just because of its benefits to the body, but because it slowly changes your taste buds and you will no longer find highly concentrated sugary food so appealing.
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