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Fat Burning Diet - Control Blood Sugar, Not Calories To Digest Fat

by Agnes Rosenblum 7 months ago in food

Control Blood Sugar

What can getting rid of stubborn fat in your stomach mean to you? Getting into the most popular outfits? More care? More confidence? Probably all three of them. The fact is that modern diets fail 95% of the time because they focus on the wrong thing.

Learning about foods known as "fat burning" is a hot topic in the nutritional era today and for good reason. If you think you just need to eat less to lose fat you need to change that mindset. Your body is able to burn all the unwanted fat you crave, without starving yourself to EVERYTHING, if you truly understand the concept of fat burning foods.

This concept is based on the quality of the food and not the quantity. When you feed your body the right mixture of protein, fats and complex carbohydrates WHEN you also remove carbohydrates and simple sugar your body burns fat like a furnace.

You do not need to exercise. The key to this fat burning idea is to focus on controlling blood sugar, not on calories. This is a proven way to burn fat without the heartache that accompanies a restricted calorie diet.

Being able to control blood sugar naturally is the key to long-term FAT loss. The strange thing is that it's not that hard ... the key is to suck ... and I mean you're really accepting information that will change your life. If you are determined to look your best, you need to go back and learn how fat burns food and how fat can break down.

Why does 95% of all diets fail? Don’t fall into the “food trap”, instead, click here, and restore your shape quickly by learning to control your body with the ability to burn natural fats.

Normally, a physical examination at your doctor's office will include a blood test for fasting. If your results come back in the 110-120 range, you are generally told that it is slightly higher, but it is not a big deal - you do not have diabetes or diabetes.

Unfortunately, damage is already happening to your system at very low levels in what is known as a pre-existing condition or death such as diabetes. The following is to help you see what is really going on, and why you need to take a closer look at your blood sugar level. Keep in mind that the following happens when you are told that diabetes is not a problem.

Medical studies and tests show that the damage occurred earlier than expected - at 100 mg / dl. High blood sugar causes special problems that affect the whole body. To understand the problems of this, and how soon the problems begin to appear, we need to examine the general understanding of the hormone insulin.

Understanding the role of Insulin and Glucagon in the body

The purpose of your body is to keep your blood sugar levels low no matter what you eat ..... processed foods, donuts, fruits, etc. For most people this is usually between 70 and 110. A doctor's lab usually indicates it is 65 to 99. That doesn't really have much sugar in your blood. For a person weighing 150 pounds, we are talking about less than 1/6 of an ounce. Fasting with blood sugar should be 80 to 85 years old. (Glucose tolerance test is a good indicator and should not exceed 120 in two hours; however medical offices do not perform this test because of the time and cost.)

Thanks to the pancreas, your body has a very efficient system for maintaining this narrow range of motion. When you eat foods high in sugar (this can be carbohydrates and not just sugar) and your blood sugar levels rise, the pancreas (especially Beta Cells in the area of ​​the Islets of Langerhans) quickly release the hormone insulin. (Your body knows that you have to keep your blood sugar balanced so this happens at an unusual rate). The rapid flow of blood leads to insulin in all the cells in the body where insulin causes the receptors in the cell walls, thus allowing sugar to pass through the cell to convert to energy.

If you eat a lot of sugar then it is needed for energy, it is stored as a lot of glycogen in the liver but some are stored in the muscles.

Once blood sugar levels are normal, Beta Cells stop producing insulin production as conditions stabilize.

If your blood sugar starts to drop, Alpha Cells from your activities produce other pancreatic hormones, glucagon, which release the stored sugar (glycogen) in the liver and muscles, so it raise blood sugar. The term "carb-loading" used by runners away from three athletes, refers to their obligation to replenish their liver and muscles with this stored sugar, glycogen, for energy.

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