Eat more and still lose weight

Every dieter’s dream and if you are anything like me anything that allows me to eat more and lose weight is a fantastic thing. Being a formerly major girl, I ate less than many people did, I do not know whether it had been metabolism, my genetics but whatever I ate, however small went straight to my butt and my gut.

It was only when I tired something that I had never done before and that was to consume more food and more frequently that they burden finally budged, despite my prior belief and experiences.

I discovered that eating more really keep my insulin levels steady, the absence of spikes in which my insulin levels would increase sharply influenced how I felt.

Assorted Sliced Fruits

Eating more kept my energy levels steady and prevented me from wanting to binge eat. Additionally, it curbed my appetite.

My previous experiences taught me was that ingesting even a small bar of chocolate had adverse effects on how I felt. I didn’t realist it triggered me to eat more since the low I felt was a direct outcome of the sugar I had just swallowed. The terrible lows were since my body secreted a lot of insulin to take out the sugar from blood in the chocolate it might cause my sugar level to fall like a stone.

Simply replacing processed and refined sugars with fruit that is just another type from sugar (fructose) fruit slow releases organic sugar to the bloodstream preventing your sugar levels from spiking.

Eat frequently, eat smaller meals. Here is just a sample of what I’d eat in a day:

With all that food I felt spoiled and I mix and match my meals so I am always excited about my next meal, I never get bored.

Here’s a small tip, clenching your stomach and your buttocks muscles will help burn off the fat and sculpt that area faster. Do not believe me? The second mountain you walk up tightening these muscles you will feel just what I’m talking about.

If you would like to shed weight, you can, you just have to do it sensibly.

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