Thursday, July 9, 2009

Stubborn Fat Solution - Lose Unwanted Body Fat and Regulate Blood Sugar

Losing weight and unwanted fat is not an easy task. Most of us over indulge in our favorite foods. The fact of the matter is, is that if we were to eat our favorite foods in moderation, our health would be much better, and stubborn body fat wouldn't be so much of an issue. But having two slices of pizza instead of 4, and a cup of popcorn instead of a tub is a hard thing to do.

The following tips will help you shed stubborn body fat, and lower blood sugar levels; all without making you hungry. There is nothing special about these nutritional facts; in fact the foods outlined are everyday normal foods.

Pay Attention To Carbs
Try to eat carbohydrates that are high in fiber and low in starch. Fiber keeps you feeling full without raising your blood sugar levels.

 Carbs that are low in fiber and high in starch do just the opposite. They raise your blood sugar very fast and you often feel hungry soon afterward. This sudden increase of sugar in the body will prime your system to store fat. Eat carbs that have a high amount of fiber.

The higher the ratio of fiber to total carbohydrates, the better. Doing so will keep your insulin levels under control and also squash hunger pains.

Vegetables are an excellent source of good carbs. Vegies such as broccoli, brussell sprouts, and spinach are high in fiber and low in starch. They are also low in calories.

Limit foods that are high in starch. These foods include bread, pasta, and rice. These foods will increase your blood sugar levels very quickly.

Eat Healthy Fats
Trans fat are evil. They are the cause of all kinds of health conditions including heart disease and obesity. Instead, eat Natural Fats such as those fats found in olive oil, beef, poultry, fish, nuts, olives and avocados. Do not avoid these fats. In fact, eating these fats in moderation will actually help shed body fat.

Avoid Processed Foods
What are processed foods? Processed foods are often found in cans and packages. They are also foods that are made from flour, such as crackers and cereal. Not all packaged foods are bad, however. Just keep in mind that most packaged foods contain ingredients that can be bad for your body.

Don't be too Strict!
Don't forget to enjoy your life? Have a bowl of ice cream or a burger every once in a while. If you don't allow yourself some treats, you can easily get discouraged. The key is to keep things in moderation. Have one beer, not a six pack; eat a few chips instead of a bag.

About the Author

Through life long experience and study, Shane has become an expert on eating healthy and developing healthy eating habits.

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