Sunday, July 7, 2013

Understanding These Three Diet Tips Is Essential

By Nakesha Wolery

Ramp Up Your fat metabolism by eliminating processed carbohydrates out of your diet plan to reduce your body's insulin production. This means eliminating not only sugars and sweets but grain products, such as wheat, rice, pasta, and corn (yep, corn is a grain, not a vegetable).

You only want to eat vegetables, fowl, beef, seafood and seeds/nuts and some fruits. Pick a variety of fruits and vegetables and go for a variety of colors. Eliminate those foods that are not real vegetables, such as corn. Pick grass-fed and free-range meats, wild caught seafood and all organic fruits and vegetables.

You will see a tremendous and quick response to this way of eating. Expect more clarity, energy and less sluggishness. Expect weight loss. And expect to reduce the risks of common health problems such as arthritis, diabetes, cancer, heart disease and the likes. You will never feel deprived because these food choices are satiating, filling and delicious. Our ancestors have been eating this was for millions of years. Humans were never meant to eat grains and legumes.

Optimize Your Exercising Program by engaging in a genetically desirable blend of frequent, low-intensity energizing movement, and quick, intense exercise that help strengthen body composition and delay aging.

This intense exercise is known as peak intensity exercising which includes high intensity exercising, either cardiovascular or strength training for short periods of time. For example, 7 sets of all-out sprints each lasting 30 seconds in duration. Low intensity exercising includes walking, hiking, simple cardiovascular .

This type of short duration and high intensity exercising if far superior to the more common methods of long cardiovascular routines, which actually can cause your body to hang on to weight. They also create more health risks to your body.

This traditional type of exercising will actually add chronic anxiety to your body, which inevitably results in fatigue, injuries, compromised immune function, and burnout.

In today's culture you find either a sedentary lifestyle or a highly stressful one to be most common. Both will sabotage your weight loss efforts. It is important to reduce stress as much as possibly by having fun, getting lots of sunlight, avoiding stressful situations an trauma, getting lots of rest, and finding creative outlets. Be sure to keep active and take the stairs or walk when possible.

Lastly, honor your primal genes by slowing down and simplifying your life. Our ancestors worked really hard to survive, but they also relaxed hard on the flip side.

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