How to normalize metabolism and not get better?

28 March 2016, 08:58

I so want the extra pounds to melt, and at the same time not to feel hun­gry. Is it pos­si­ble? It turns out it’s pos­si­ble. Amer­i­can sci­en­tists say: if you fol­low only five points of prop­er nutri­tion, you can for­get about the feel­ing of hunger, excess weight and poor health.

Woman standing on weight scales

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The most important thing is not to starve!

Nutri­tion­ists are sure: in no case should you lim­it your­self to food. Remem­ber: the more dietary restric­tions, the less sub­stances you need to burn fat enter your body. There­fore, in order to lose weight, you must def­i­nite­ly … eat! By the way, the feel­ing of sati­ety is deter­mined by the amount of food eat­en, and not by its calo­rie con­tent. For exam­ple, if you drink a tea­spoon of sun­flower oil, the body will receive the same num­ber of calo­ries as after a kilo­gram of cucum­bers. But does this cre­ate a feel­ing of sati­ety?

Add first!

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You can eat more than usu­al and still not get bet­ter. Do not trust? It is enough just to switch to low-calo­rie food, and almost all first cours­es can be attrib­uted to such food. No won­der the French are slen­der and beau­ti­ful. Mind you, they are big lovers of soups. If you switch to a diet enriched with water, the ener­gy val­ue of the diet is reduced by more than 20%. By includ­ing first cours­es in your menu, you can quick­ly get rid of extra pounds almost imper­cep­ti­bly. Just remem­ber, in order to lose weight by one or two sizes in just a cou­ple of months, the dai­ly diet for women should be 1500 kcal per day, and for men 2300 kcal. The main thing, no less, you remem­ber that the body will per­ceive the lack of food as stress and begin to store fat in reserve.

Calcium on the menu!

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Imag­ine, the ice broke, extra pounds began to go away, and use­ful sub­stances, such as cal­ci­um, began to go with them. Wash­ing out this microele­ment is fraught with health prob­lems: teeth and nails may begin to dete­ri­o­rate, the risk of frac­tures and stress on the heart increase. Anoth­er inter­est­ing fact, with cal­ci­um defi­cien­cy, fat active­ly accu­mu­lates under the skin and does not want to burn. Those who receive cal­ci­um at 1300 mg per day are less like­ly to become obese com­pared to those who are con­tent with a low­er dose. The dai­ly rate of cal­ci­um can be replen­ished by drink­ing 1 liter of kefir or eat­ing 200 grams of cheese.

Remember fiber!

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Recon­sid­er your atti­tude to fruits and veg­eta­bles, which are the main source of fiber. If there is more fiber that suc­cess­ful­ly fills the stom­ach, a feel­ing of sati­ety is cre­at­ed fair­ly quick­ly. Fiber is not com­plete­ly absorbed, it acts on the intestines as a kind of brush. Veg­etable fibers adsorb slags on their sur­face — the end prod­ucts of metab­o­lism, which are formed dur­ing the break­down of fat cells and pol­lute the body. Fiber stim­u­lates the intestines, so that part of the high-calo­rie food does not have time to be absorbed, but is removed undi­gest­ed. Sci­en­tists have cal­cu­lat­ed: 1 gram of fiber neu­tral­izes 7 kcal. Real­ly, great?

More often but less

If you fol­low the exam­ple of eat­ing more often, but less, the effect of small por­tions will work. The metab­o­lism will be rebuilt from a fat-sav­ing regime to a fat-burn­ing one. That is exact­ly what we need. Experts rec­om­mend at least sev­en times a day in small por­tions.

If you eat twice a day, with­out even exceed­ing the calo­rie lim­it, you will gain 2.5 extra pounds in a year. The nutri­ent absorp­tion rate will increase from 60% to 100%. The body, fright­ened by such long breaks in eat­ing, will sim­ply start sav­ing. And remem­ber, the old­er we get, the more eco­nom­i­cal our body works and with age it con­sumes 30% few­er calo­ries than in youth.


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