Forbidden Food STOPS Weight Gain
As you get older, gaining wait seems like a fact of life.
You count every calorie… exercise all time… and drink enough water to float a boat… yet the pounds just keep packing on.
And if you’re passing on a certain “forbidden” food, you may never stop getting bigger.
You’ve probably avoided this food for years because the mainstream says it will make you fat.
But research shows that this snack food can actually help you feel full… and keep you from gaining weight.
And it can balance your blood sugar, too!
Nuts really are the perfect healthy snack.
Unfortunately, these wonder foods usually get a bad rap.
They’re loaded with powerful nutrients like magnesium, vitamin E, and calcium. But people are afraid to eat them because they’re also high in fat.
But don’t worry. These tasty treats WON’T sabotage your weight.
In fact, two recent studies have shown that eating nuts could actually be great for your waistline.
In the first study, researchers examined the diets and weight gain of more than 125,000 people.
At the end, they found that people who ate one serving – about a handful– of nuts per day were less likely to gain weight or become obese.
In the second study, researchers compared eating 20 grams of Brazil nuts (that’s about 5 nuts) to eating 36 grams of pretzels. (The nuts and pretzels had the same amount of calories and sodium.)
Both the nuts and the pretzels increased the feeling of fullness and reduced hunger – but the nuts produced the greatest sense of fullness.
And here’s where the real difference came in…
The pretzels increased blood glucose and insulin… but the nuts STABILIZED after-meal blood glucose and insulin levels.
This is a huge finding, since maintaining healthy glucose levels helps reduce your risk of obesity and diabetes.
In other words, these studies show that nuts can help you feel fuller while controlling weight gain.
Sounds like the perfect diet food to me!
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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