Friday, April 5th, 2013

Reasons You Should Avoid Cake and Cookies

It can be tempting to over eat carbohydrates in particular as they are often found in tasty refined forms such as cake, cookies, crackers and candy. Over eating these kinds of carbohydrates harms the body in a number of ways, such as:

Rises Blood Sugar Level Eating cakes and cookies and other such carbohydrates in excess creates a series of blood sugar highs and lows. And if you do not avoid the regular intake of such refined carbs then your insulin levels are likely to rise significantly, paving the way for fat storage.

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Eating foods high in refined carbohydrates like cookies and cakes can contribute to rapid weight gain because they are often combined with fat, and cause insulin spikes that facilitate fat storage.

Fogs Your Brain Power Another problem associated with regular consumption of carbohydrates is a decrease in cognitive functioning like weak memory, feeling confused and nervous and a general feeling of being “spaced out. According to the Franklin Institute, this occurs due to falling blood sugar levels, which is an almost inevitable consequence of overeating carbohydrates after the initial insulin spike

Remember, you should only try avoiding these foods or restricting use to a minimum rather completely eliminating them from your diet as be it refined carbohydrate or fat all of these does some good when eaten in moderation. The plan should only not to binge.

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