Brain’s fuels: 1) glucose (converted from carbs and protein); 2) amino acids (converted from protein); and 3) fatty acids (converted from fat).Normally, the brain consumes 25g of glucose a day to function properly. What happens if the brain cannot obtain 25g of glucose from diet?
The brain sends a signal to convert amino acids to glucose. If there’s not enough amino acid in the blood, the brain will send a signal to brake down your muscle to produce more amino acids… That’s not what you want! You don’t want to lose your precious muscle. You want to lose your fat! This is what usually happens to most people. This is where the top secrets come in.
It activates and initiates the anabolic (muscle building) process. It is such a powerful hormonal reaction that it takes precedence to the regular process of energy production.
All these bad habits will produce the hormone called cortisol, which will interfere with and terminate the anabolic process.
To sum up…<br />Consume less than 25g of glucose/day. Why?<br />Do weight training. Why?<br />Consume enough protein. Why?<br />No stress, lack of sleep, inactivity & sweets. Why?<br />Drink green tea. Why? <br />