The Dangers of High Blood Sugar
It seems that few people are aware of the dangers high blood sugar levels can have on their long-term health. Furthermore, most people consider sugar and other concentrated carbohydrate sources (bread, pasta, rice, cereals, etc.) to be fairly benign substances that are okay to include in their diet in substantial amounts and on a regular basis.Unfortunately, the truth is that sugar and concentrated sources of carbohydrate can do far more harm to our bodies than we first thought! The problem we have is that society's beliefs about the safety of sugar and other concentrated carbohydrate sources have been created by clever marketers within the food industry, particularly from the companies who sell these products!
Here's How to Lose Body Fat Fast!
Here are some of the best ways to lose body fat fast! If you simply make an effort to incorporate these principles into your lifestyle every day, you will be amazed at how quickly you can burn off body fat and get in great shape. Best of all, these strategies are easy to use, which means you can make them permanent lifestyle habits and will be able to keep the weight off long term.
It is important to keep in mind that your goal should always be to lose body as opposed to simply losing weight and each of the principles covered here can help you in achieving that goal. Whilst some of the weight you lose will inevitably come from other tissues as well as fat, our goal with these principles is to maximise the amount of fat you burn.
Obesity, Inflammation and Endocrine Resistance
Obesity, inflammation and endocrine resistance are all inter-related and have an impact on each other's functioning.Inflammation causes a host of problems and affects most organs and systems in the body. Some of the causes of inflammation include: dietary factors (consumption of dairy foods, gluten-containing foods, allergenic foods, poor gut health, nutritional deficiencies, etc.), lifestyle factors (smoking, stress, environmental toxins, poor sleep quality, etc.), gut issues (genetic factors, digestive health, etc).