Lunch (342 calories) Hi Ivan, I have a question regarding pasta. I’m Italian and, as you can imagine, ask me to completely stop eating pasta is like asking Whinny the Pooh to stop looking for honey :). Joking aside, please do not assume I’m an incredible “pasta eater” and I’ve been avoiding it for a long time now in order to follow a healthier “fat-burning” lifestyle. However, if I’ve understood correctly, the point of avoiding refined carbohydrates is that they have a high glycemic index and therefore impair the ability of the body to use fat as main source of energy. Now, pasta, at least the finest Italian brands, does not have a high glycemic index at all. I completely understand and agree with the fact that comfort food and refined carbo must be avoided (rolls, bagels, cakes etc.), but I do not think that have a moderate amount of pasta once/twice a week will massively impair the fat-burning process. What do you say?
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Once you understand energy balance, you might feel less tempted to eat more than you really need. Surkew Eating sugary foods might be satisfying in the moment, but they can increase your cravings for more sugary foods in the future — and that only leads to trouble. "Many foods high in added sugar are also higher in calories and fill you up less than lower-calorie, still-sweet alternatives like fruit," says Amy Gorin, MS, RDN, owner of Amy Gorin Nutrition in Jersey City, NJ. But there are still ways to satisfy your sweet tooth without ODing on sugar. "When you're baking, cut out some of the sugar in recipes by adding in vanilla extract or cinnamon, blend unsweetened cocoa powder into a smoothie instead of honey, top your French toast with unsweetened frozen fruit instead of syrup, and nosh on a slab of watermelon instead of cookies."
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Pasta: All types. I want to make sure I’m eating the appropriate things to fuel my body on the run but now the problem is that I’m starting to get a bit queasy eating all this fat. Any suggestions?
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May 13, 2015 at 2:10 am But they have a strong impact on blood sugar. For elite athletes and subsistence farmers, this isn’t too much of a problem. The sheer volume of aerobic work means that their aerobic engines are not only very powerful, but working all of the time. They can ably convert large amounts carbs to fats (and then burn those fats) without that conversion process having too much of a negative impact in the subsequent fat-burning. So let me make a point here: It’s not that eating lots of carbs make these athletes better athletes, but rather they tend to (but not always do) eat lots of carbs because of a combination of 2 things: (1) they get a lot of caloric bang for their digestive buck, and (2) because of their massive aerobic engines, they can absorb the glycemic impact of those carbs without too much detriment. The combination of (1) and (2) allows them to continue training/working at very high rates, and keeping their aerobic engines strong. But this does not mean that an elite athlete who ingests 4,500 calories a day is somehow shackled to the corn and potatoes train. (They’re not). It’s easier to get that amount of calories that way, but it’s also possible to get them from fats. An elite athlete who eats a high-calorie, relatively high-fat diet has to pace him/herself more throughout the day, but not by much. It’s not that it can’t be done, or that it’s incredibly difficult—it’s just easier to eat the carbs, particularly when your aerobic engine (and your rate of fuel usage) can afford it.
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Generally speaking, and particularly for endurance runners, it’s best to follow this saying, when it comes to glycogen (sugar) utilization: “train low, race high.” In other words, insofar you train with low glycogen levels, your body will become more competitive in endurance events. And when you add glycogen previous to a race, it’ll feel like you just grew afterburners.
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“Nuts are a superior weight loss food in my book. They offer plenty of protein, healthy fat, and fiber that can really take the edge off hunger at any meal or snack. Nuts are also so versatile and convenient. They can be mixed into oatmeal or yogurt at breakfast, paired with fruit as a snack, or tossed into a hearty salad for a little satisfying crunch at lunch. — Michelle Loy, MPH, MS, CSSD, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and owner of Go Wellness in Orange County, California
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Your Health Care Team July 9, 2017 White bread. The grains have been de-germed, rendering white bread fairly nutrient-sparse. Many are fortified (for that reason), but it’s generally better to get your nutrients from their natural, original source.
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Obviously, it’s still possible to lose weight on any diet – just eat fewer calories than you burn, right? The problem with this simplistic advice is that it ignores the elephant in the room: Hunger. Most people don’t like to “just eat less”, i.e. being hungry forever. That’s dieting for masochists. Sooner or later a normal person will give up and eat, hence the prevalence of “yo-yo dieting”.
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