Are you a sugar burner or a fat burner? (86)

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Do you feel exhausted around 2 or 3 in the afternoon? Do you feel hungry soon after eating, crave sweets, or get ‘hangry’ if you don’t eat every 2-3 hours (or perhaps live with someone who does?). 

These symptoms are so common place that they passed off as ‘normal’- except they’re not. They are signs that you are a ‘sugar burner’. And you can change that. 

In this podcast you’ll learn the difference between being a sugar burner and a fat burner, why you should care, and most importantly, what to do to shift to a fat burning metabolism.

Links mentioned in the podcast:
All about FAT
Which fats to eat
Why you’re not losing body fat
6 Swaps for Starchy Carbs

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Comments (2)

this is great Tanja. Last year I was prediabetic

sorry hit the wrong button. I was pre diabetic weighed 185 pounds, arthritic ankle and irritable bowel. I’ve been on a low carb, high fat diet now for 16 months. I’ve lost over 40 pounds despite about 70%+ calories from fat, no arthritis and no irritable bowel. I try to keep my carbs around 20 g per day and I regularly fast. I never eat breakfast, fasting from dinner to lunch the next day. Once or twice a week I will eat only one meal. I find that the high fat content satisfies me enough so I’m not hungry. My blood sugars are between 5 and 6. It is for me not only the most efficient way to loose weight it is also the tastiest.

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