Learning to Eat Well
Fad diets have popularized a wide variety of unhealthy notions about nutrition. Eating well doesn’t mean eliminating all carbohydrates or fats from your diet. You might be surprised to know that your body needs both to function well. Nor can your body function smoothly on a diet of just vegetables and fruits without hard work on your part to replace the nutrients you receive from animal products. When you are using SaffroLean you will find that your cravings for sweets and carbs will normalize and you will naturally be eating more of what is good for you and less of what’s not. Stay aware of your changing habits, use self-discipline and set goals.
The 90 Day Challenge is not about starving, it is about Eating Well. Your desire to snack between meals will be greatly diminished as the Satierial Saffron and the other active ingredients in SaffroLean begin to shape you into the person you always wanted to be. Don’t give up and lose your will after 30, 45 or even 60 days – keep following the plan and soon the benefits will begin showing. Most people in clinical trials have noticed a rather quick change in attitudes and moods which in turn produces a healthier outlook on food and how to enjoy it in moderation. Don’t obsess over the scale and weekly weigh-ins, just enjoy your new found respect for good eating.
Instead of trying to live between extremes, reduce the amount of fatty foods (such as fried foods and sugary baked goods) you are eating and incorporate more of the following into your meals daily:
· Vegetables – vegetables are rich in vitamin and usually low in calories. Many are high in fiber and water which allows you to feel fuller. Since they tend to break down more slowly in your body, they help you maintain healthy blood sugar levels which can result in the storage of less fat.
· Fruits – fruits can be high in sugar but they are a source of healthy sugar and contain many valuable nutrients. Apples for example are high in sugar but contain pectin which is believed to help break up fat deposits and restrict your cells from absorbing fat.
· Dairy products – milk, cheese and yogurt are rich in calcium and a good source of protein. Scientists have discovered that full fat dairy products can be just as beneficial as low fat versions because they often leave you feeling fuller so that you will eat less.
· Lean meats – red meats provide necessary iron for your body. They are also a good source of protein, which plays a role in all of the critical functions of your body. Most Americans do consume more protein than they need adding unnecessary fat into their diet. Despite the myth, extra protein will not making your stronger or more muscular. Try to choose lean meats to cut down on fat.
· Fish – fish contains Omega 3s, a healthy fat that improves the ability of your cells to burn fat more efficiently which promotes a healthy cardiovascular system. It’s recommended to eat at least two servings of fish a week by the American Heart Association.
· Whole Grains – whole grains are rich in fiber and give your metabolism a boost. Many Americans are actually deficient in fiber. A good balance of fiber-rich carbohydrates and protein helps to maintain healthy blood sugar levels.
· Nuts & Beans – both are high in healthy fats that keep you feeling full, increase your body’s ability to burn fat and increase leptin levels. They are also high in protein.
· Water – water revs your metabolism, hydrates your cells and keeps you feeling full. It’s recommended to have eight glasses of water daily for the healthy functioning of your body.