Video | How We Got Here | Your Brain and Taste Buds on Sugar | Sensory Specific Satiety | How to Get Control
You are frustrated. You cannot figure out why you keep eating foods you know are bad for you.
The short answer is because it’s challenging not to. When you eat these off-limit foods, your taste buds say, “yum,” and your brain says, “more, please!”
On top of that, modern-day convenience meals and snacks are manufactured to contain that magical combination of sugar, fat, and salt that keeps you coming back for more.
It can feel like the cards are stacked against you, but when you understand how certain foods trigger physiological changes that drive cravings, you can bypass the traps and clear the path to your goal.
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Video | Get Fat-Adapted | Avoid Low-Fat | Avoid Inconsistency | Avoid Forcing Change | Avoid Temptation
Anyone can get fat-adapted by changing their food choices and eating schedule in ways that encourage continual low insulin levels.
Fat adaptation refers to your body’s ability to convert fat to energy. When you’re fat-adapted, your body is less dependent on quick-energy foods like carbohydrates. Instead, it taps into your energy-rich body fat to power your day.
With that energy source now readily available, you experience less hunger, sustained energy, and better fat loss. This blog post shares how to get fat adapted and four things that can knock you off course.
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Video | Low Carb vs. Keto | Ultra-Processed Foods | Food Choices | Ketones without Keto
A keto diet is a very low carb diet. The purpose of a keto diet is to encourage your body to produce ketones, which are breakdown products of fat metabolism. Ketones can be measured, and if your body is producing them – you are burning fat.
In other words, a keto diet is an effective fat-loss diet. But what if it is too extreme for you? Restricting your carb intake to around 20 or 30 grams per day cuts out a lot of favorite foods and limits fruit and other plant-based foods.
So what do you do if keto feels out of reach? You can get fat loss results by simply reducing your carb intake and making better carb choices. This blog post explains the difference and how you can enhance this less extreme strategy to make fast, healthy progress.
Read More “Is Keto TOO Much for You? Do This Instead [Lower-Carb/Better-Carb]”