Monthly Archives: January 2012
When I talk about metabolism, I am talking about health and preventing diseases; not getting ripped abs, working out like a maniac and counting calories. Also, I am not big on showing off a million references to scientific studies because there is a study that proves the opposite of everything these days; and each and every one just leads to arguing and comparing.
Rest assured, I have done my research and have referenced some of my favorites; I only talk about things that have been proven to be so and what follows is what makes the most sense to me and works best for my clients and myself. If you wish to learn more than you can research the topics that interest you, just be ready to sort through 1,000s of articles that contradict one another.
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I found this really interesting… I need to sleep more!
I can’t say more than what was written in this article. If you have more ideas please feel free to share your ideas. Thank you for stopping by and for reading, I hope that you find something helpful during this visit 🙂
Another great article… There seem to be more and more along this theme lately!
It stuns me how many people miss meals or drastically cut their calorie intake to tiny proportions to help them lose weight. This weight loss myth comes handed down by generations and I cant stress this enough. Its not sustainable and can have long term negative affects on your health such as decreased bone density, anaemia, delayed insulin responseand is often the pre cursor to obesity.
Radically reducing food calories may seem the right idea to lose body fat but this often has the exact opposite affect. In essence the body starts to protect it self and starts storing and shutting down. Your metabolism slows, reducing the rate at which your body burns fat calories.
A sudden drop in blood glucose signals the brain that you are hungry. Reactive hypoglycaemia occurs causing shakes, tremors, irritability and increased HR. This can lead you to overeating reaching for high sugary, processed foods…
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