Eat Potato Spaghetti Rice and Lose Weight: Natural Secret Ingredients that Prevent Starch From Converting to Fat [NOOK Book]

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Eat Potato Spaghetti Rice and Lose Weight:
Natural Secret Ingredients that Prevent Starch From Converting to Fat

Consuming food with sugar added just isn’t the only source of “sugar” we should pay attention to.
Bread, pasta, and potatoes turn into a sugar when digested. Our digestive method breaks sugar and starchy foods (carbohydrates) into sugar inside minutes of ...
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Eat Potato Spaghetti Rice and Lose Weight: Natural Secret Ingredients that Prevent Starch From Converting to Fat

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Overview

Eat Potato Spaghetti Rice and Lose Weight:
Natural Secret Ingredients that Prevent Starch From Converting to Fat

Consuming food with sugar added just isn’t the only source of “sugar” we should pay attention to.
Bread, pasta, and potatoes turn into a sugar when digested. Our digestive method breaks sugar and starchy foods (carbohydrates) into sugar inside minutes of consumption; regrettably, when broken down promptly, the sugar gets into the blood stream. This increases blood sugar levels and is ultimately stored as fat. Even though carbohydrates are the major fuel for our crucial organs, too a lot of carbs in our diet plan can result in weight gain and increased body fat.
Focus on food alternatives which are slower to digest; superior carbs that have far more fiber and complicated carbohydrates. Though all carbohydrates are very easily digested, complicated carbohydrates take longer to breakdown than very simple carbohydrates. Picking out complicated carbs over basic carbs can avoid sugar from becoming speedily absorbed into the blood stream. Ideally, absorption won’t happen until the food has passed by way of the stomach and into the intestines; limiting absorption into the blood stream and ultimately becoming stored as fat. A lower carb intake will force the body to make use of its stored fat for energy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014459020
  • Publisher: iWELL
  • Publication date: 5/17/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 861,174
  • File size: 3 MB

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