If so, read on.
There are three ways to use up this excess energy:
ALL of these work, however, fasting is fast becoming the way to go.
We were born to move, make no mistake about that, the problem is that we have created a lifestyle that requires very little movement – so we added diets and gyms to our lifestyle choices, makes sense, right?
But consider these 3 questions:
When it comes to living a healthy lifestyle we often talk about a balanced lifestyle: using common terms like work/life balance, and balanced diet.
However what's rarely mentioned is: fasting is the natural balance to feasting, problem is we’ve created a food system that’s made us lose touch with our natural instincts.
Today, many of us can’t go more than 4 hours without food, and...
Because sometimes, you need to call in the pros.
You crush it at the gym, eat clean, stock up on supplements and only shop at the Farmers Market. Heck, you even make time for monthly chiropractor appointments.
But, chances are there’s one important appointment you’re not slotting into your schedule: a visit to the nutritionist.
What an ophthalmologist does for your eyes, a nutritional therapist does to keep your digestive system and body running smoothly, all the while making sure you’re getting the proper nutrients and helping you tailor an eating plan that works best for you.
Whether your goal is weight loss, preparing to have a baby, or training for a 5k run, everybody should try and get an appointment in their calendar.
Here are the telltale signs you should see a Nutritional Therapist if you want to be on your A Game!
Primarily because carbohydrates stimulate insulin...aka the hunger hormone, that blocks fat burning, and encourages fat storage!
However, there seems to be great confusion over the THREE different types of carbohydrates that can be found in our diet, namely:
Sugars are simple carbs made up of only one or two molecules combined, and are quickly absorbed in the blood stream.
Starch and fibre are made up of at least three sugar molecules making them complex carbs, which take longer to digest, resulting in feeling fuller for longer.
Lets break this down further…
Most of the carbohydrates in our diet are starches, however, not all of the starch we eat gets digested. Some passes through the digestive tract unchanged. This is known as resistant starch, in other words it is resistant to digestion.
Successful dieters are those that chose resistant starches because they...