How Does Sugar Content in the Bloodstream Affect Weight Maintenance?

Research has shown that the main thing the body runs on for energy is carbohydrates (aka blood sugar)

That stated, the irony at present is that when burning off calories or simply needing the fuel to exercise to shed a few pounds or to keep them in check, the body does turn to blood sugar for this cause.

Furthermore, the presence of blood sugar in the system is what keeps the metabolism running which in itself helps to a degree to keep the weight down.

So, from glancing at these two factors, one can see that indeed there is a link between keeping a healthy amount of sugar (in the form of healthy carbohydrates) in the blood stream and exercising to lose weight.

Now, the next question might be, how do I ensure to get enough healthy blood sugar levels to aid with weight loss?

Well, the safest best will be organic, seasonal fruits (or at least fruits that are not in the dirty dozen list)

Their impact of sugar content in the bloodstream on weight maintenance would be the most naturally occurring from all foods, furthermore owing to their broom-like qualities, they are undoubtedly the best in regards to clearing out the toxic substances in the colon.

On the subject of the colon, let’s have it known that one may house up to 10-15 pounds of eliminated feces, so let the reader do the math….

That considered, if you desire to satisfy your sweet tooth and still lose weight and gain improved health and muscle tone, why not try re-discovering the sweetness of fruits. If that sounds too boring, then get creative with fruit smoothies; Barhi dates blended with your choice of bananas, apples and some green coconuts can hands-down beat any smoothie out there…and it’s cheaper too.

So, equip yourself with the benefits of using fruits to monitor your sugar content in the bloodstream for weight maintenance through exercising.


Foras Aje is an independent researcher and co-founder of BodyHealthSoul LLC. Stop by His Healthy Solutions for Weight Loss Blog today for more information on the effects of blood sugar levels on weight control

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