Why Do Sugars and Carbs Make Me Gain Weight?

By admin / September 29, 2017

Diet Doc Weight Loss Program wants to discuss your diet,  it is important to put things into perspective. You are a human  being. Your ancestors have evolved over hundreds of thousands  of years and you are the product of evolutionary pressures that  have always existed and continue to exist today. Diet Doc reports,  one of the reasons your ancestors survived so that you could be  here is that they ate a simple, nutritious, and balanced diet that  allowed them to thrive and procreate. Since the industrial and  agricultural revolutions, crops have been mass-produced,  harvested, processed, and distributed within the United States and  around the world. This lead to a substantial increase in the amount  of grains (and grain products) and sugar in the diets of those who  lived in accordance with a “western” lifestyle.

The body perceives sugars, carbohydrates, and fats as  different forms of energy. Because the “western” diet is high in carbohydrates and sugar, the body quickly burns what it needs (raising and then lowering your blood sugar) and stores the rest for later use. Diet Doc Medical Director, Dr. Shelton reports… from my clinical experience I can honestly say, excess sugars and carbohydrates contribute much more to weight gain than dietary  fats. The body has no problem taking excess dietary sugars and  carbohydrates and storing them as fat. Sugars also place a great burden on your pancreas, which has to produce insulin every time  you ingest sugars. The body does this in an effort to lower your blood sugar levels by driving the blood sugar (glucose) out of your  bloodstream and into your cells with the insulin.

Diet Doc asks…. how do you stop this insidious cycle? By  cutting sodas, fruit juices, candy, and excess carbohydrates (bread, crackers, noodles, rice, bagels, cereals, pasta, muffins) out of your diet and reducing your portions when you do eat. If you  currently have Type 2 diabetes these foods are no good for you  and will greatly increase the likelihood of amputation, blindness, and kidney failure by hastening the disease process. Studies have shown that mice fed 30% less food, lived about 30% longer than  mice that were over fed.

Increasing the amount of good fats in your diet will help  prevent the dip in your blood sugar that usually leads to hunger  pangs and carbohydrate cravings. Sources of good fats include  real butter, eggs, nuts (almonds, walnuts, hazel nuts, etc), cold  water fish, tahini (sesame seed paste), coconut, avocados, and olives.

Diet Doc Medical Director, Dr. Shelton reports….. Dr Bernard Jensen once said, “If you don’t spend money on good food now, you will spend it on the doctor later.” He is correct. Food  is medicine. If we eat poorly, we cannot expect to maintain our  health.

Call Diet Doc Weight Loss Program today to have your diet  personalized by our weight loss experts 888-934-4451 or visit us  at http://www.hcgtreatments.com

Call Diet Doc Weight Loss Program today to have your diet  personalized by our weight loss experts 888-934-4451 or visit us  at http://www.hcgtreatments.com

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