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Cutting Out Sugar, Will Help to Lose Weight? - 04 Apr 2017 14:20


Cutting Out Sugar, Will Help to Lose Weight?

Like popping a zit or cracking your knuckles, downing a Dr. Pepper is included in the list of things you wish you didn't enjoy—but definitely do. But will a few bottles of soda here and a handful of cookies there is stop you from your weight loss objectives?

Unfortunately, the answer is yes. The sweetened nonsense is an important source of empty calories in the American diet on average, 270 of them daily and also induces wild hunger-inducing wavers in blood sugar levels.

What's more, when you overindulge, your pancreas run out extra quantities of insulin, a hormone that attracts glucose into fatty cells, effecting heavines addition, alleges Robert Lustig, M.D

A 2015 Public Health Nutrition study found that people who downed the most sugar were 54 percent more likely to be overweight than those who ate the least. So yes, it's a good idea to cut back.

A healthy food containing unprocessed foods like fresh fruit will give you plenty of sugar in its natural word for power. The easiest route to nix refined sugar is to avoid highly processed foods, alleges Lustig. Simply eschewing common roots like sugary return yogurt, sweetened liquors, and, of course, desserts will reduce the added sugar in your diet by 75 percent.

For more weight loss tips-off, check out the April 2017 issue of Women's Health on newsstands now. - Comments: 0

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