Free Articles, Free Web Content, Reprint Articles
Friday, December 3, 2021
 
Free Articles, Free Web Content, Reprint ArticlesRegisterAll CategoriesTop AuthorsSubmit Article (Article Submission)ContactSubscribe Free Articles, Free Web Content, Reprint Articles
 

3 Superfoods To Consider Adding to Your Diet That Don't Taste Lousy

Nutrition based weight loss programs like Six Weeks Body Makeover from Michael Thurmond and the 17 Day Diet have brought the crucial concept of what you eat being more important than how much when t...

Nutrition based weight loss programs like Six Weeks Body Makeover from Michael Thurmond and the 17 Day Diet have brought the crucial concept of what you eat being more important than how much when talking about fitness and weight loss.   Coinciding with the release of the stunning April 1, 2012 report on “60 Minutes” about the onslaught of sugar in the American diet, has made this emerging school of thought even more mainstream.

Basically you can’t have too many calories if they are good whole some and easily digestible. On the other hand, calories don’t matter if you are eating foods that are loaded with sodium, preservatives,  and most dangerous of all: processed sugars.  What gets lost in the discussion is why these substances are in our food in the first place. Yes we can become overly excited about the influence of corporations in what we eat and what goes into our food. The way they always seem to look for the cheapest (and inevitably the least healthy) alternative.  However, what they truly have become is masters of finding the tastes we like and deliver it to us.  We like flavorful things, which are sweet and rich.

If you want to compete with the big box food companies, you must find replacements that satisfy those taste needs. Just as important you must not come away hungry or lacking nourishment. This is a key component of Six Weeks Body Makeover. You are told to eat more, exercise less and still lose weight.  The idea is to tightly script content so you can be much less concerned about quantity.

One of the persistent issues many users are having with Six Weeks Body Makeover is that you are forced to eat a lot of food that doesn’t taste good. Let’s face it, if everything that was healthier tasted as good as the unhealthy processed stuff, the unhealthy processed stuff wouldn’t exist.  The goal is frankly to compete on taste and not have to fall back to “well you should eat it because it’s healthier”.  The following 3 foods will not force you to compromise. Always try to think in terms of what you can substitute out from the bad stuff when you bring this food into the fold.

--Aged Cheddar Cheese. Very versatile and not nearly as bad in terms of causing fat storage as the processed varieties. Look for 180 days more more aging. You will notice that you won’t have that bloated feeling you might feel from the more common and admittedly cheaper cheese.

--Whipped Cream—Add this to your desert repertoire. Maybe throw some almonds and dark chocolate in there. Whipped cream is devoid of sugar so when you make it from pure cream, put a banana in there to sweeten it up.

--Eggs—I love em and research is emerging that high sugar foods might be far more dangerous to your bad cholesterol then eggs ever have been. They are loaded with vitaminsHealth Fitness Articles, versatile and they taste great no matter how you prepare them.

Source: Free Articles from ArticlesFactory.com

ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Cheryl Boswell is a writer and researcher on home fitness and health products. You can save time and money by getting FREE in depth news, features, and reviews on home exercise equipment, workout programs, health, and nutrition, including discounts and best prices at http://bodyslimdown.com



Health
Business
Finance
Travel
Technology
Home Repair
Computers
Marketing
Autos
Education
Entertainment
Family
Law
Other
Communication
ECommerce
Sports
Home Business
Internet
Self Help
Partners


Page loaded in 0.041 seconds