Re-setting The Body’s Metabolism Could Be The Key To Easy, Safe Weight Loss
Body weight is affected by a number of factors, and being overweight is not just a sign of eating too much or not getting enough exercise. A good, healthy diet and an active lifestyle are important, but it is now known that body weight is also affected by hormones and metabolism.
Two important hormones (leptin and ghrelin) control weight gain, and they are affected by the amount of sleep. In particular, they change ratio when there is a lack of sleep, causing appetite to increase, and the body to pack on fat deposits. The remedy is simple enough – a minimum of seven or eight hours uninterrupted sleep each night.
But most weight gain can be blamed on metabolism. Years of eating sugary snacks and/or processed foods that are loaded with hidden sugars, have caused havoc in the metabolism of modern man. Refined carbohydrates – like white bread, white rice, white sugar – are all culprits, as they blast their simple sugars into the digestive system too quickly. All those blood sugar spikes call in massive doses of insulin, which is designed to metabolize the blood sugar and turn it into energy. Unfortunately, too many mega-doses of insulin traveling through the system have led to insulin resistance. The metabolism is no longer working properly.
Fortunately it is now possible to reset the metabolism to bring it back into balance so that it can start to burn blood sugars and body fat as it was meant to. This is very simply done and the way is now open to healthy, natural weight loss in a few easy steps.
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