Discover the 10 bad morning habits that prevent weight loss. These are definitely fat loss mistakes to avoid. Making bad breakfast choices could only make you fat. This video will teach you what to do to lose weight quickly and how to establish proper habits for a healthy and successful life.
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If you're trying to lose weight, the last thing you want to do is ruin it first thing in the morning. And unfortunately there is no shortage of misinformation about a variety of morning topics, such as what to eat to speed up your metabolism, or if a mandatory breakfast is required, or if you should train on an empty stomach every morning. That said, it's easy to understand why you probably make at least a couple of mistakes every morning that can prevent you from losing weight. So today I want to give you a definitive list of the 10 morning habits that prevent weight loss. By knowing what it is and making some simple changes in the morning routine, you can lose weight faster with fewer bumps on the road. And I want to start with one of the most obvious ones that many of you probably already know … eating traditional breakfast foods in the morning is a sure way to gain weight instead of losing it. What do I mean by traditional breakfast foods … I'm talking about things like cereals, bagels, pies, pancakes, waffles and muffins. These foods are very rich in refined flour, sugar or both. It is a diet rich in refined flour and sugar linked to obesity, it is also related to insulin resistance and diabetes. When you increase your blood sugar and insulin levels every morning with foods like this, you make losing weight practically impossible. Now I'm not telling you, you can not eat carbohydrates for breakfast. You can definitely do that, but stick with the carbohydrate sources that are not processed and come from single-ingredient foods. Things like oatmeal, Ezekiel bread and fruit will serve you much better. faster than the high fiber content of these real foods, you will not have such a dramatic increase in insulin levels, and you will not feel the desire to eat more. And that actually leads to another morning habit that prevents weight loss. I am talking about eating on impulse and thi s is a habit that is directly related to the intake of processed and refined foods. When you eat foods like the traditional breakfast foods that we just talked about, as well as other foods that contain high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors, additives, sugar, and flavor enhancers, they all cheat your brain and they become really addictive. These artificial flavors and excessive amounts of sugar cause your taste buds to become accustomed to a large amount of stimulation. And then, with real foods like fruit and cinnamon-flavored oats, it's impossible to match the release of dopamine that you get from unnatural sources that are full of added sugar. Also as I said, these processed foods will increase blood sugar temporarily only to be followed by a shock. When your blood sugar level falls again, you will really feel hungry for more of the same bad foods that caused you problems to begin with. This vicious circle creates a day full of impulsive feeding led by the reward center of your brain that seeks its solution … finally making you even more addicted to junk and processed food. Fortunately you can restore your palate by staying away from these addictive ingredients for a constant period of time. Start by concentrating on staying away from these foods for 3 days. Just after 3 days you will appreciate much more real healthy food and after a few weeks your desire to eat poorly will decrease significantly. The habit of the next morning that you want to avoid is to force the breakfast feeding. It seems that most coaches, nutritionists and most people in general believe that one of the worst things you can do to lose weight is to skip breakfast. This is based on the idea that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and without that you delay "starting your metabolism" and potentially you risk entering the dreaded "starvation mode". Some people firmly believe in this "you must eat breakfast philosophy" that you would prefer that you eat something bad like a bagel or a bagel instead of eating nothing at all This is completely wrong First, your body works from totals, it does not matter when you get those totals for the day.There is no such thing as "starting your metabolism." Your metabolism continues to work all night at a slower pace while you sleep because you can not do anything while you sleep. get up, get out of bed and start moving, your metabolism will speed up.
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