Are you looking at what you eat and feeling guilty?
Do you think that you are eating far too much sugary and fatty food…and that it’s because of this that you are overweight, feel down on yourself and don’t have that much energy?
And do you think that if you could only figure out some way to stop yourself eating so much junk food that you could lose that belly fat…and fit into those clothes that you want to get into to?
Okay, just take a moment and think about this:
Yes, eating sugary and fatty food can make you put weight and yes it can lead to health problems as you get older…
BUT…you have it in your power to change what you are doing and do this easily enough. So you don’t have to worry that you can never get out of what seems like a never-ending vicious circle with food.
You have to do one thing though and it’s the most important thing: you have to commit to changing something about yourself…and typically this means learning something new or practising something new in order to change how you eat.
This can be daunting. And make you worry even more. But if you take small steps each day then you’ll change within a few weeks.
So let’s break it down…you worrying about what you eat and how it affects how you lose fat:
The more important thing is that you can still eat sugary and fatty food and be slim – it all depends on how much and how often, and also when in the day. Take for example, eating a big healthy dinner but not having a good breakfast or lunch.
You might think that you’ll be doing yourself some good eating all that healthy food. As opposed to junk food. But actually if you ate 4 meals a day and had some junk food as one of these meals, say a few days a week, you’d actually be helping yourself lose fat more than eating the healthy big meal at night.
Why? Because you’d be building up a habit of eating more times a day, which you can then use as the point where you then swap the junk food for something healthy. But if you ate 3 meals a day which was really 2 small and 1 large, you’d be starving yourself during the day then overeating at night.
The result: bigger blood sugar spikes, so more insulin release, so more fat storage.
It doesn’t matter if the food is low GI and “healthy” – eat too big a dinner and too little during the day, you can put on fat.
So there’s an example right there about how not to worry about what you eat – concentrate instead on how you eat it. Because gradually you’ll develop habits of eating more often and then it’s easier to change the food you eat.
In fact you might even start eating differently because your blood sugar spikes aren’t as big. The craving for sugary and fatty foods can get less because of this effect alone.
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