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Lose weight while you sleep

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  • 1. You‟ve taken an important step in achieving alife of health and wellness. Many people todaysuffer from the ill effects of being overweight.The extra pounds can rob us of energy, affectthe quality of our daily life, and put us at highrisk for serious health challenges like diabetesand heart disease.Webhealthforyou.com
  • 2. The good news is that those techniques and thescience behind them are in your hands right now..It‟s a plan of action that will let you turn your bodyinto a naturally efficient calorie-burningsystem. Why is it so important that you „go for theburn‟ with calories? Simple . . .If you burn morecalories, you can Eat More, Weigh Less®.Webhealthforyou.com
  • 3. With this book as your friendlyteacher, you can learn one ofthe most powerful secrets ofhow you can eat more ANDweight less, too!Webhealthforyou.com
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  • 5. The “Thermic Effect of Food” – the effect of food on yourmetabolic rate -- works like this. Every time you eat, yourbody begins to burn calories faster as a result of the workit has to do to digest the food.Webhealthforyou.com
  • 6. This actually contributes an increase to your RestingMetabolic Rate. Because we all have our own naturaleating pattern, and if you keep eating the same way youalways have, there will be no net change in yourmetabolic rate. For most people, those changes begin withthe Natural Fat Burning Factor of eating enough. Inaddition, another Natural Fat Burning Factor is the typeof foods you eat.Webhealthforyou.com
  • 7. What you eat will also have an effect on therate at which you burn calories because certainfoods automatically cause you to burncalories faster or slower; regardless of whetheror not you‟re were exercising.Webhealthforyou.com
  • 8. A quick-burning fuel will increase the rate atwhich your body burns up calories while youreresting.Webhealthforyou.com
  • 9.  Fats: 9 calories per gram. Carbohydrates: 4 calories per gram. (And, ifcarbohydrates are eaten in the form of whole starchessuch as brown rice, potatoes or whole wheat, thenutrient content is roughly one calorie per gram). Proteins: 4 calories per gram. Alcohol: 7 calories per gram.Webhealthforyou.com
  • 10. The first group of people was placed on a diet in which thecalories were approximately 45 percent carbohydrate, 40percent fat, and 15 percent protein (40/40/15). The secondgroup was placed on a diet in which the calories wereapproximately 75 percent carbohydrate, 10 percent fat, and15 percent protein (75/10/15)The results of the study were unexpected…if notgroundbreaking. One of their conclusions was that:“With the high carbohydrate, low fat diet, the energyexpenditure during sleep was found to be higherthan that with the mixed diet.”Webhealthforyou.com
  • 11. The researchers found that those people whowere on a high starch diet burned theircalories at a significantly higher rate thanthose who were on the low starch, high fat diet.Simply by eating a different mixture ofnutrients, the second group showed aremarkable difference in the rate at whichcalories were burned while they were at rest!Webhealthforyou.com
  • 12. This means that the people who were on the high starch dietcould lose weight faster or more easily than those onthe low starch diet simply because they burned thecalories faster. They could either eat the same amount asthose on a low starch diet and lose weight faster, or theycould eat a little more yet weigh a little less. Eitherway, they were coming out ahead in the calorie-burningrace. And they were losing weight while they slept, too!Webhealthforyou.com
  • 13. When you follow the Eat More, Weigh Less Diet, youput your body on fat burning autopilot. The diet enablesyou to automatically make use of the “Thermic Effect ofFood” by eating the right kinds of foods --- unprocessed carbohydrate foods that are low in fat -- tolose weight while you sleep. The truth is that the slimmestpopulations in the world eat the mostcarbohydrates.Webhealthforyou.com
  • 14. Refine carbohydrates do their dirty work by raising yourblood sugar quickly and causing insulin levels tospike and remain high for longer periods of time. This isa setup for your body to produce fat and sabotage yourweight loss efforts.Webhealthforyou.com
  • 15. The other problem with refined carbohydrates is that theydon’t fill the stomach up like whole, unprocessedcarbohydrates. Those pangs push you to continue toconsume high calorie foods, including even more high fatand highly refined carbohydrate products. You then windup eating too many calories even though you may haveconsumed a smaller amount of food.Webhealthforyou.com
  • 16. You will find that these foods are foods that tend to be highin carbohydrate and low in fat.You‟ll also want to pay attention to Chapter 4 of the EatMore, Weigh Less Diet book where it encourages youto limit the amount of fat in your foods and any added fatin your diet. In following these recommendations, youmaximize your use of the fat-burning effect of foodto help you burn more calories even in your sleep.Webhealthforyou.com
  • 17. 1.Understand how nutrients affect the rate ofburning of calories while you sleep. Realize that theFormula for maximizing the fat burning effect of food(Food-Induced Thermogenesis) is a high complexcarbohydrate diet that is also low in fat. Let thatknowledge guide your food choices.2.Increase your intake of complex carbohydrates.This is the first part of this Formula. Understand thatcarbohydrates include sugar (simple carbohydrates) andstarches (complex carbohydrates).Webhealthforyou.com
  • 18. 3.Use more whole grain. It is important that the most ofthe carbohydrates you eat are whole rather than refined. Inother words, it is best to eat whole grain instead of polishedwhite flour products.4.Use more beans. Beans and legumes are good sources ofprotein but they are also high in complex carbohydratesand low in fat (an average of only about 4% fat). Forexample, lentils are 3% fat, navy beans 4% fat, lima beans4% fat, and kidney beans 4% fatWebhealthforyou.com
  • 19. 5.Understand the meaning of “Elipidate.” It is a wordthat was coined for the Eat More, Weigh LessCookBook that means to eliminate the lipids, i.e., toeliminate fat and cholesterol. (Lipid means fats andcholesterol). Practice “Elipidation” using the suggestions inthe tips and the Cookbook recipes that go along with eachtip.6.Eliminate meats. Removing meat, especially processedmeats, from the diet is a good way to start cutting back onfat. An average cut of beef is 71% fat and an average hotdog is 83% fat. Using beans for protein instead of meat getsrid of a lot of unwanted fatWebhealthforyou.com
  • 20. 7.Eliminate oils. Removing oils from the diet is importantbecause oils and fats are essentially the same (oils are 100%fat). If you must use oil, use it sparingly by using the spraytype oils.8.Learn what to order when eating out. Eating outcan be hazardous. For instance, fast foods are notoriouslyhigh in fat. A large cheeseburger, for example, could be ashigh as 740 calories with 45 grams of fat. But there are anumber of things you can do to make a dining outexperience healthy.Webhealthforyou.com