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Don’t Let Your Blood Sugar Levels Ruin Your Weight Loss

Your high blood sugar levels can ruin your weight loss. This is how you keep a healthy level of your blood sugar that will help you lose weight.

High blood sugar can give you irresistible sugar cravings and it can also cause weight gain.

… and this happening while you are eating fewer calories than you burn, exactly as you have been taught you should do to lose weight.

While losing weight you want your body to start using up its stored fat for fuel. But unfortunately the fat burning process is complicated.

A Very Simple Explanation of the Fat Burning Process

Everything we eat is turned into glucose (sugar) and used as fuel for all our bodily functions. The glucose we don’t use is stored as fat in fat cells and from there it’s not released easily and if you have high blood sugar it’s even more difficult.

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While on a weight loss regime you eat fewer calories than you burn and this is where you need to pay attention.

As your body doesn’t get the energy it needs through your food, it needs to get its fuel from somewhere. If the fat burning process is obstructed by high blood sugar, where does the fuel come from?

Well, in the bad case scenario, the body can actually start using muscle tissue for fuel. This is something you really don’t want to happen, because you will not only gain weight but look flabby as well.

Use this Blood Sugar Levels Test to check if high levels of your blood sugar may ruin your weight loss.

This may sound scary, but don’t worry! There is a way around this problem. You learn how to use the glycemic index.


With you on the weigh,
Eva

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Updated: December 11, 2013 — 9:40 pm

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