Ever wonder why two people can eat the same amount of food while one gains weight and the other stays slim? Well, check this out:
A recent study from the American Dietetic Association revealed that even though two groups of individuals ate the same amount of calories, individuals who ate 30% more of one particular nutrient sported low levels of body fat while the other group was clinically overweight and/or obese. Ouch!
What’s this magical nutrient? Well, it’s found in foods like:
Sprouted Grain Bread
And a ton of other foods…
The nutrient is fiber, and we highly suggest getting your fair share (~30 grams a day) as it packs a ton of benefits like:
**slowing digestion and gastric emptying to support stable blood sugar levels and decreased insulin output (this means more fat loss)
**signaling the release of hunger-crushing hormones supporting feelings of fullness and appetite control
**promoting weight control independent of calorie intake (as the ADA study revealed)
Basically, it’s one of those super nutrients that you should be aiming to consume with every meal, but before you start increasing your fiber intake, there’s one other very important thing you need to know.
You see, because fiber is primarily found in carb-containing foods like fruits, veggies, and whole grains, we also want to make sure you are aware of a little-known, extremely effective carb-fighting trick that you can use each and every time you eat carbs. This simple carb-fighting “ritual” is clinically proven to:
*Lower your blood sugar
*Increase insulin sensitivity
*Decrease fat storage
*Increase fat burning
Even better, you can perform it in just a few minutes…and it WORKS like gangbusters.
It’s high intensity cardio!!!! Do it before eating carbs and all carbs will turn into energy you have used during exercise not to fat;)))
Advanced Personal Trainer
Weight Lose Expert