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Addiction To Carbohydrates, Are You One Of Them?
These days it seems the general consensus that dieting is necessary to stay slim and healthy. The trouble with this view is that your body does not agree with it. It responds to dieting and starvation. It slows down the metabolism and starts to store fat in the body. This is the way in which carbohydrates are created addicts.
Your body is a manufacturing plant and fat in the body is the final product of the process of turning carbohydrates into glucose foods (sugar). Your body burns sugar only be spent on energy. Fat is stored in the body and comfort. When dieting your body will defend you against famine
Instead of burning carbohydrates / sugar as a fuel, it will mobilize body fat as much as possible. Once famine (diet) has ended, and your body will do everything in its power to restore everything you've lost weight. It will add a little bit extra. In other words, every diet makes you end up fatter than when you started.
This is why the meals are not working and never will!
No one even thought of dieting around forty years did not eat a lot of carbohydrates until then. But then we were afraid to change our diet. It was not long before weight problems, and then obesity statistics began to be noticed. After a while, as did type2 diabetes and many of the conditions of the stomach and intestines and continued all these medical problems to escalate even to this day
Today we suffer from obesity epidemic and widespread. The medical profession warns that we will soon be an epidemic of diabetes type2. A quick look on the shelves of pharmacies in which to make sure that most people have some kind of problem in the stomach or intestines
Mother Nature to adapt to the needs of our body eons to new foods
Some people who cannot do it overnight. It happened forty years ago, what made most of us we had to believe in the diet? Event high cholesterol in the blood.
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