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What to Eat To Lose Extra Body Weight Fast

Updated on August 8, 2015

People say that people are what they eat, and it is nothing but the truth. It is impossible not to say that if you eat junk you will have a poor physical condition and will also have several different health issues that you would not if you only ate healthy foods. Of course you can have a little junk every once in a while, however it is not the best practice. It is important to have a very balanced meal every single day and ingest the right amounts of fats, carbs, minerals, vitamins, nutrients and so on. You can have everything home, for a very good price without the need to purchase any medications. There is no need to avoid a cookie here and there or even a chocolate, however it is necessary that you keep in mind that the better you eat the better you will look and also feel.

Understand Why It Is Important To Know What You Eat.

For example every single thing has an important part in your body, for example carbs are used to keep your body moving all day long. For instance you eat carbs and then your body will gather the carbs and burn them all in order to breath, move and also do all of the things you do every day such

Of course you need carbs however you do not need a lot because if your body has a lot of carbs your body will burn the necessary amount and later will end up having to store the rest, and this will make fat appear in your body. You need the right amount of carbs and not too much in order to always have your body moving.

What about the Proteins?

As for the proteins they are necessary because they provide to our body something called amino acids. These amino acids come in 20 different varieties and only come out of protein. Once our body has protein the digestive system will break the protein into the amino acids and then they will go back to protein and nourish our bodies.

How to Live a Balanced Life?

Protein and carbs are broken up first by our bodies, because they provide immediate energy, however the fat is only used in times of shortage which means if you have too much fatty foods your body will only store it and hardly ever use any, because you already have nice amounts of carbs and proteins that your body can use immediately.

The best way to always remain fit is to actually have a balanced meal with all the necessary components and also exercise. It is very important to exercise because we tend not to move much thanks to our busy schedules at the office for example. It is very important to always keep track of what we do and the best way to look and feel good is to exercise at least 4 times a week and do at least 20 minutes of exercise per day. You will certainly be able to burn the fat that you do not need there and will also feel much healthier.


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      3 years ago from Sunny Spain

      I found that recording what I was eating along with its calorific value was an eye opener and has changed how I look at some foods now :D


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