Structure for years, I’ve heard that people recommend eating 6 small meals a day. I tried it and I felt bad! At that point, I gained weight, and this was not the goal. For a long time, I just thought it wasn’t in line with my particular routine. I know people who think they need breakfast and lunch or breakfast between lunch and dinner and others who like to graze all day. While I do not tell people that they cannot have breakfast, even today, I do this:
“One of our goals in this project is to move from a sugar burner to a fat burner. An effective strategy is to close breakfast between meals because whenever you eat, you increase your rate of insulin, which increases fat burning. And encourages the storage of fat. Eating between meals produces insulin resistance, so I strongly recommend cutting snacks and eating only the right foods. ,” 62
I am talking about eating properly forming foods, which include all three macronutrients – proteins, carbohydrates, and high-fat foods. Carbohydrates come mainly from high fiber, starch-free vegetables, and are a healthy grease with fat olives, avocado, hemp, and flaccid oils, pasture butter and coconut oils and nuts, seeds, olives, avocados, and pasta. Meat and prepared animals.
When you really nourish your body on a cellular level, you know that you are not looking for breakfast because you are truly satisfied. A well-regulated diet stops hunger hormones and normalizes blood sugar and insulin levels.
Continuous eating throughout the day prepares you for fatigue and premature aging, and fat loss, and here’s why:
When you eat, the digestion process begins. For this, your body needs to spend time and energy to break down those foods into molecules that can be absorbed and consumed. Complete digestion usually takes six hours or more. When you have breakfast between meals, you are asking your body to resume a process you have not eaten since the last time you ate. This causes weight gain because when your body cannot absorb and consume food, it stores it as fat. In addition, restarting the digestive process by eating breakfast reduces your body’s ability to burn fat between meals as there is almost no interval between meals.
It makes sense, don’t you agree? And I haven’t even skipped most “snack” standards, which are usually high in carbohydrates and junk foods. But this is true, even if they are healthy foods. Therefore fasting, which restricts your diet to one or two meals in a small window of time. It provides your body with the fuel it needs to process the fuel you put into it.
Ann Mušići is a comprehensive coach and independent nutrition consultant. It has developed a “3-Dimensional Life Program” to help its coaching clients achieve dynamic health and integrity – mind, spirit, and body. To learn more about the “3D Life Program”, his book, Today is the Day, and the coaching package he offers.