Busy Mums, do you know why it's so hard to just have one? - The Lose & Shape Up Expert

Busy Mums, do you know why it’s so hard to just have one?

 

A big success in weight loss and weight management…

Is stabilising blood sugar by consistently having a good balance of natural foods…

We know that if your blood sugar peaks and dips wildly throughout the day, unless you have great genetics you wont be as lean as you want to be…

You will be contributing to your body fat storage rather than burning it…

Your health will begin to suffer as the body is always fighting to process the amount of blood sugar in the blood stream…

Another contributor is that when our blood sugar regularly fluctuates, we have constant cravings…

Cravings that take over and make it very hard for us to resist stuff…

Children’s leftovers; especially deserts, specific coffee’s at coffee shops and the other stuff they sell, something to go with cups of tea, not just being able to have one glass of lady petrol (wine), just being able to have a little bit of chocolate…

the very stuff that is going to elevate our blood sugar very quickly and give us a massive low later…

Which means we get into a never ender spiral of repeating the process…

When our blood sugar is more stable, the cravings start to decrease, because we are not experiencing a blood sugar spike followed by a blood sugar low, we don’t experience the bodies urgent message of “quick, low blood sugar: raise it as fast as possible, eat the closest high sugar item as fast as possible…

We become that person you know with mood swings, displaying extreme highs and lows…

(And if you don’t know that person, it could be you :))

The more we stabilise blood sugar, by eating balanced meals and snacks, the more we bring our cravings under control, the easier it becomes to make better choices…

The easier it becomes to make better choices, the more we stabilise blood sugar, the more we stabilise blood sugar, the more our body wants to top up its energy from another source – body fat.

Ed (When the little ones decide they no longer like a particular child like treat or desert, it ends up in my little cupboard, at some point in the week end, I allow myself to indulge and I say to my self “I am a trainer, I have otherworldly discipline, I will have just one” and so I have one and in an instant a flock of wild horses or some huge obstacle or emergency would not stop me reaching for another) Stride.

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