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Do Not Feed The Ghrelins After Midnight.

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The more ghrelin your body produces, the more your appetite and hunger cravings increase. When your food doesn’t contain the enzymes and nutrients your body needs, ghrelin can be turned on and causes you to think you’re hungry even when you’re not.
Ghrelin is the hormone responsible for those late night feeding frenzies. It’s why you can eat a big meal and still feel hungry 30 minutes later. It can trigger overeating or even binge eating.
What We Know about Ghrelin
We can dia-beat-this!
Adding things like snap peas, green beans and other legumes to your meals have been show to decrease ghrelin and help balance out the metabolism. When it comes to losing weight, metabolism is the workhorse that burns the fat into fuel and gets you lean and healthy.
Your metabolism is also crucial for your kidney, brain, heart and liver to function properly, so just staying away from as much processed food as possible is going to help. It is very simple and easy to boost your metabolism and there is a complete list of these fat burning boosters.
The other fat storing food is usually eaten at BBQ’s and tastes really good roasted but it can be detrimental to your weight loss efforts. This fat storing food is corn. But not any corn. Specifically modified or “GM corn for short”. There is a big controversy over genetically modified foods or GMO’s as they are called. GMO is short for Genetically Modified Organism. GMO foods are banned in many other countries.
Here’s probably the easiest way to think about this. Genetically modified foods may modify you, especially your weight gain. When it comes to GM corn, a study published in the international Journal of Biological Sciences shows that GMO corn and other genetically modified foods is contributing to the obesity epidemic and also causing problems with vital organs. It’s not just corn on the cob. This genetically modified version of corn can be found in many foods.
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