Topic The Paleo Diet - What is It?

  • Thu 1st Feb 2018 - 11:00am

    Sources of complex carbohydrates include whole NutriO2 Review grains (such as brown bread) and whole wheat (brown pasta and rice). Complex carbs are able to provide you with a prolonged and steady source of energy. The reason being is that they are slowly released into the blood. This is helped by their relatively high fibre content. Complex carbohydrates are far superior in nutritional value than simple sugars and should be included in your fat loss nutrition plan.

    This is great news since even if you are trying to lose fat, you don't need to give up pasta, bread or rice. Try to stick to the unrefined complex carbs, i.e. wholegrains and wholewheat to ensure an optimum nutritional content.

    I am not suggesting that you can consume as many complex carbs as you like; Remember that moderation is key to long term weight loss. Excess calories from any food source can translate into an increase in your body weight - and more specifically an increase in your body fat content.

    To avoid over eating on complex carbohydrates, it is best to have smaller portions combined with good lean protein sources and plenty of vegetables and beans. It is best to use smaller plates and to eat very slowly. This will allow your brain to send signals to your stomach and tell you when you are full. Don't go for a second portion.

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  • Thu 19th Jul 2018 - 9:04am


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  • Thu 19th Jul 2018 - 9:39am

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