your Hormonal Carburetor
more frequent meals with fewer calories
not go more than 4 hours without food
eat breakfast within one hour of rising
have a snack before bed
have a small snack before exercising
small amounts of low fat protein and a small amount of good fats per meal and
five times per day: 3 meals and 2 snacks
Protein:Fat:Carbohydrate at each meal
your protein first as this releases stored carbs in the liver and keeps your
brain satisfied, which helps keep your carb craving under control
more veggies and fruit and less pasta, bread and grains
should be the most abundant “food and drink” that you ingest daily. Consume ½ your body weight in ounces daily or
at least 64 ounces to start. Drink ½ hour before meals and snacks, this will
decrease your hunger. On a fat burning diet you will need 50% more water than
on a carb rich diet. Insulin (regulates sugar) retains water, as you lose fat
the body releases the stored water, hence you need more water to replace what
is lost as you burn fat.
Eat Smart and Enjoy The Holiday Season!
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