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How too much sugar leads to fat storage!!

Posted by micheal hogan on Monday, March 21, 2011, In : Obstacles to fat loss 
Hey guys,

I'm sure you have all heard by now that having too much sugar in your diet is bad for you and eating all those processed junks foods are bad for you too, right?but why and how does it make you store fat?

I am going to try and explain this as simply as I can so everyone can understand why sugar is going to reverse your fat burning efforts.

Sugar and Fat Storage

So, when you take on a lot of sugar especially from junk food it causes the levels of sugar in your blood to increase, sometimes...
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The benefits of increasing protein intake.

Posted by micheal hogan on Sunday, March 6, 2011, In : How to start losing fat 

There are many reasons beyond "need" to increase protein intake. It can help boost body composition and performance related results. Heres how;

  • Increased Thermic Effect of Feeding - While all macronutrients (fats, carbs, proteins) require metabolic processing for digestion, absorption, and storage or oxidation (burning off), the thermic effect of protein is significantly higher than that of carbs or fats. In fact, protein requires 25-30% of the energy it provides just for digestion etc whi...


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15 Foods that kill Belly Fat Fast

Posted by micheal hogan on Monday, February 28, 2011, In : How to start losing fat 


Take a look at these 15 foods that can actually help to reduce that stubborn belly fat:

1) Avocados: loaded with two nutrients that are KEY to killing belly fat: hunger-crushing fibre (11 - 17g per avocado)
and monounsaturated fats, which studies have shown to actually "spot reduce" belly fat.

2) Peanut Butter: not just peanut butter, but mostly any seeds and nuts: postachios, walnuts, almonds,pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and flax seeds. Why? They keep you full and satisfied for long periods ...
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