Complex Carbs, Your Body’s Source of Necessary Fuel!

Complex Carbs, Your Body’s Source of Necessary Fuel!
Complex Healthy Carbs, Your Body's Source of Fuel

Don’t be afraid of Carbs! Complex Carbs are exactly what you need to reach your weight loss goals!

Your body requires fuel to burn fat, your body requires fuel to exercise, your body requires fuel to lose weight. Without the proper fuel you will only be spinning your wheels, trying to reach your weight loss goals and never accomplishing those goals. So don’t be afraid of carbs, learn the benefits of complex carbs and which to eat!

What is a Carbohydrate?

There are actually two type of carbs and your body processes each differently.

  • Simple Carbs are shorter, they break down faster, leading to quicker release in the body. Which can lead to spikes in your blood sugar, and they don’t contain as many vitamins, minerals, or fibers that your body needs.
  • Complex Carbs consist of starches and fibers making them slower to break down. They take more work to digest, therefore they deliver energy more steadily and help keep your blood sugar levels more stable.

Both break down into glucose (Blood Sugar) in the body. Which is how carbs provide your body with energy. However, the slower release and the steady energy is what you are looking for to maintain a healthy diet and lose weight.

Why do you Need Complex Carbs?

Carbohydrates are the bodies main source of energy. They fuel your brain, heart muscles, central nervous system, and your kidneys. The fiber in complex carbs also help you feel full and keeps your blood cholesterol levels in line. Your body can store extra carbohydrates in your muscles and liver for use when you’re not getting enough carbs in your diet.

A Carb deficient diet may cause headaches, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, nausea, weakness, bad breath, constipation, and mineral or vitiman deficiencies.

Benefits of Complex Carbs:

Complex carbohydrates are a top source of dietary fiber, and eating a fiber rich diet reduces the risk of:

  • Heart Disease
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Colorectal Cancer

And My also aid is:

  • Weigh Loss
  • Reducing Cravings
  • Felling Full
Healthy Carbs, Your Body's Source of Fuel

Wondering what foods contain complex Carbs?

Grains:

  • Farro
  • Barley
  • Bulgur
  • Buckwheat
  • Quinoa
  • Oats
  • Millet
  • Kamut
  • Spelt
  • Wheat Breads
  • Whole Grain Breads
  • Sprouted Grain Bread
  • Brown Rice
  • Whole-Wheat Pasta
  • Whole-Grain Cereals
  • Sprouted Grain Bread

Legumes:

  • Black beans
  • Chickpeas
  • Dried Peas
  • Soybeans
  • Garbanzo beans
  • Kidney Beans
  • Pinto Beans

Fruits:

  • Grapefruit
  • Apples
  • Prunes
  • Dried Apricots
  • Pears
  • Plums
  • Strawberries
  • Oranges

Vegetables:

  • Yams
  • Butternut Squash
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Potatoes
  • Green Peas
  • Carrots
  • Spinach
  • Zucchini
  • Asparagus
  • Artichokes
  • Okra
  • Cabbage
  • Celery
  • Cucumbers
  • Dil Pickles
  • Radishes
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Egg Plant
  • Onions
  • Tomatoes

You might also wonder, what are some Simple Carbs?

  • White Bread
  • White Rice
  • Sugary Drinks
  • Fruit Juices
  • Candy
  • Cakes
  • Sugary Desserts

How many grams of Carbohydrates do you need?

While everyones body is different, most adults should get between 40% – 65% of their calories from carbs, depending on their personal health and weight goals.

Overloading on complex carbs or any food packs on calories and will eventually lead to weight gain, so it is important to keep a healthy well balanced diet.

Are Simple Carbs forbidden?

Absolutely not! You can occasionally indulge in a sweet treat. However, those foods should be the exception and not your everyday carbohydrate selections, as this will lead to weight gain and a whole array of other potential health issues.


Would you like help understanding how many carbs you should be eating to lose weight?

Then you should check out my 28 Day Kick-Starter Weight Loss and Nutrition Program. Where I teach you not only how many carbs to eat, but how to eat a balanced diet for weight loss and living a healthy lifestyle.

Making Weight Loss Uncomplicated

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In the Real World, Real Women don’t have time to think about complicated diets, to spend time reading up on the latest fad diet, or have the ability to stick to restrictive diet.

Most women don’t look like the social media fitness models we see everywhere these days. Real women have too much going on in our lives to devote the hours upon hours it would take to look like any of those 20 something year olds all over social media.

Real women have lives, jobs, life obligations, hormones, slowing metabolisms, and the list goes on and on.

WHILE YOU WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT YOU HAVE STRUGGLED TO FIND A PROGRAM THAT:

  • Works
  • Is easy to follow
  • Removes the confusion
  • Tells you exactly what to do and eat
  • Makes weight loss sustainable
  • Turns weight loss into an easy healthy lifestyle
  • A lifestyle that is enjoyable while looking and feeling your best

IF YOU ARE A BUSY WOMEN LOOKING TO LOSE WEIGHT, THIS PROGRAM IS FOR YOU!


ADDITIONAL HELPFUL NUTRITIONAL GUIDES TO HELP YOU LIVE A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE!

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Which Carbs Help With Weight Loss?

Complex Carbs are the best carbs for weight loss, they provide the fuel and energy you need to burn calories and exercise.

How Many Carbs Should I Eat To Lose Weight?

Everyones body is different however, most adults should eat between 40% – 65% of their calories from carbs, depending on their personal health and weight loss goals.

Is a Low Carb Diet Good For Weight Loss?

Yes a Low Carb diet can be great for weight loss, however you do not want to reduce carbs too low. A Carb deficient diet may cause headaches, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, nausea, weakness, bad breath, constipation, and mineral or vitiman deficiencies.



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