Carbs. Good or bad?
Cutting out a couple tea spoons of sugar from your coffee/tea in the morning or even multiple cups throughout the day is really not going to make the difference that you may think it will. In terms of the weight-loss result, it is somewhat minimal and slight pointless if you are not taking the bigger steps.
To get more effective, healthier and faster weight-loss results and you really need to consider the primary nutritional mistakes. Of course, your sweets and chocolates need to go if you want to lean out! Dough and pastries are bulky refined carbohydrates that will make you fat in excess. You really need to cut back on all carbohydrates such as:
- Dough and pastries
- Sweet fruit (depending on how strict you want to be)
- Sweets and chocolates
If you not looking at cutting body fat, you are looking at gaining weight or you are an extremely athletic person – cutting carbs might not be necessarily be for you.
The amount of carbs you allow in to your daily diet will depend on how much fat you want to lose, how active you are and what kind of activity / exercise you are doing.
Rice, oatmeal and fruit aren’t necessarily unhealthy for you, but if your goals are to lose weight you want to consider limiting and if need be cutting these foods out of your diet until you are happy with your body fat percentage and that you are living an active lifestyle.
Rather eliminate the carb meals, replace carbs with healthy fats such as:
- Olive oil
- Animal fat
- Coconut oil
Good nutrition is your number one weight lose weapon. Try it out, be strict, do you research, be patient and enjoy the results.