Freshly baked bread, filling the room with its warmth and mouth-watering smell as it emerges from the oven.
In step one of the Metabolism Miracle diet, which I described in yesterday's Mail, I showed you how to stage an eight-week carb detox.
Step two of the Metabolism Miracle diet cleverly reprogrammes your body to process carbohydrates in a controlled way, while you continue to burn fat and lose weight.
You'll be feeling and looking so slim and healthy after your eight-week rehab that you may baulk at the idea of eating carbohydrates ever again.
But, remember, it wasn't actually the carbohydrates in your diet that were causing you problems before - it was your metabolism overreacting to them, and sending your appetite and weight into a destructive spiral.
The biggest difference with the Metabolism Miracle diet is that, in contrast to other low-carb eating plans you may have tried, it gives you very clear instructions on how to do reintroduce carbohydrates the healthy way, continue to lose weight, and rediscover the joy in eating the many carbohydrate choices that fit this programme. You will continue to eat all of the foods that you ate freely in step one - but you will now add lots of small servings of low-impact carbohydrates. Low-impact carbohydrates are those which give a slow, steady release of energy as they are digested. But whereas in the past your liver may not have been processing your food effectively, this time you can start to control it. It's vital that you eat in a careful and consistent way if you want to continue burning fat. So how do you keep the amount of carbohydrates that you are going to eat at each meal within 11 to 20 grams per portion? At 17g net carbs, a slice of this bread fits into the 11-to-20 gram window, so go ahead and enjoy it.
At lunch, you might decide to have some multigrain crackers with your chicken caesar salad. For at least the next eight weeks - or until you have lost all the weight you need to - you should choose all of your carb servings from the Low-Impact Carbs list. High-impact carbs such as marshmallows, crisps, and fruit juice - which can cause a rapid rise in blood sugar - are not on the list. Once you enter step two, to keep your metabolism running smoothly you must not go for longer than five hours without eating an 11-to-20 gram net portion of low impact carbs. If you skip the transition and introduce carbs haphazardly, you will most definitely regain everything you've lost.
7am: Wake up than 11 grams will not be high enough to prevent liver glycogen from flowing over. A dam built of more than 20 grams of carbohydrate at a meal or snack will stimulate the pancreas to release extra insulin, which will throw your blood sugar out of kilter leading to fatigue, cravings for more carbohydrates and weight gain rather than weight loss.
If the time between two main meals (ie breakfast and lunch, or lunch and dinner) will exceed five hours, you need to set a reinforcing dam with a mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack of an additional 11-to-20 carb grams to keep the liver on hold until you eat your next main meal.
On the days when you do need to take the additional 11-to-20 grams as a between-meal snack - before exercising, for example, or because your meals will be more than five hours apart - remember you still need to consume your 11-to-20 gram carb dam at the next meal. The 11-to-20 gram carb replacements at breakfast, lunch, dinner, and bedtime are constants. 10am: Mid-morning Snack - Handful of peanuts (you don't need a 11-to-20g carb 'dam' here because breakfast and lunch will be within five hours of each other. 4pm: Mid-afternoon snack - dip of cottage cheese with seven sliced strawberries (contains 11-to-20g net carbohydrates, as lunch and dinner are greater than five hours apart).
THE FIRST THREE DAYS OF STEP TWOMot people notice that they feel a little bloated and their belts are a tad snugger during the first three days of step two.
After those first three days, your body should continue to feel healthy and energised while you continue to lose weight. Place the mushroom caps, stem side up, on the tray, brush the inside of each mushroom with oil from the sundried tomatoes and set aside.
In a small mixing bowl, combine the feta cheese, olives and sun- dried tomatoes, and mix well.
In A large mixing bowl, combine the ground beef, onion, green pepper, garlic, dill, parsley, spices, beaten egg, salt, and pepper. Cook the meatballs, in batches if necessary, shaking the pan occasionally, until they are browned on all sides and cooked through.
Suitable for steps one, two and three; counts as a no-carb 'free' food, and can be eaten as a dessert or a snack.
MIX together the ricotta, sour cream, vanilla extract, cinnamon and Splenda in a dessert bowl.
People living with diabetes need to eat a consistent and controlled amount of carbohydrates every day and at every meal.
A handful of almonds -- about 20-24 whole nuts, preferably plain or roasted without added salt or flavorings -- constitutes a healthy, satiating snack for people with diabetes.
Peanut butter contains 94 calories, 8 g of healthy fats, nearly 4 g of protein, more than 1 g of fiber and less than 3.5 g of carbohydrates per tablespoon, according to the USDA National Nutrient Database.


Believe Jared (from the Subway ads) and think that a low-fat diet is going to get you where you want to be in terms of lean and sexy. Believe that you can eat out several nights per week and still maintain, or obtain, a lean and sexy physique. Strive to include one of each of the macro-nutrients (protein, carb, fat) at each of your meals. Healthy proteins are lean beef, chicken, turkey, fish, eggs, cheese, cottage cheese, protein powder and so on. Starchy carbs are sprouted breads (like Ezekiel), brown rice, beans, oatmeal, quinoa, amaranth, winter squash (like acorn), pasta, sweet potatoes and so on.
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The real story is that the number, size, and density of cholesterol particles in your blood (LDL-P and HDL-P) are far better predictors of heart disease risk. The best way to measure your heart disease risk through LDL cholesterol is to measure the number of LDL particles in your blood, or LDL-P, which you never get checked unless you have a fancy test called a lipid nuclear magnetic resonance test – or NMR test for short. You can look at particle size.  As a general rule (this is NOT always the case, however), the larger the LDL particles, for a given LDL-C, the fewer the particles (which is what we want). Below is graph of my overall change in changes in HDL-C, LDL-C, and TG, along with the ratio of my TG to HDL-C, based on the “standard” cholesterol panel. As I stated above, a better marker of risk with respect to LDL is particle number, LDL-P – the fewer particles, the better; and you can estimate this by measuring particle size, or through concentration of ApoB. Unfortunately, I only started doing regular VAP testing about a year ago, over one year into my “experiment” of progressive carbohydrate restriction.  Hence, I can’t show my progress as longitudinally with VAP as I can with standard cholesterol testing. Below is figure showing the change in my VAP panel over a seven month period, between January and July 2011. Keep in mind how my diet changed between January and July – I reduced carbohydrate intake from approximately 150 grams per day of “good” carbs to less than 50 grams per day.  I also increased, dramatically, my intake of fat, including saturated fats. Despite the amount of time I’ve expended on explaining all of these nuances of “cholesterol” numbers, I am not entirely convinced that I am healthier today because my cholesterol numbers are better.  I wonder if I’m healthier today because of something else, and that whatever else is making me healthier is also correcting my cholesterol problem? If I had to guess what is really making me healthier today, besides being less fat, I believe it is the combination of how sensitive I’ve become to insulin and how much less inflammation I have in my body, especially in and around my arteries.
As I mentioned above, findings #1, 2, and 4 are almost universal in folks who abandon carbohydrates, while finding #3 is somewhat variable. Which of these is most important?  This is an obvious and important question, but one I don’t really know the answer to (nor does anyone else, for that matter).  If I had to guess, I believe observation #4 is the most important because insulin resistance is the underpinning of metabolic syndrome. People have said things to me like, “Well it’s great that you’ve reduced your risk of all diseases associated with metabolic syndrome, but wouldn’t it be funny if you got hit by a car tomorrow!”  All kidding aside, this misses the point.
It seems that when you’re on a diet, you’re scared to eat fat so always go for the ‘low-fat’ items on the supermarket shelves.
My idea of a salad is not just tomato, lettuce and cucumber – I mean, how boring would eating that be all of the time?
Salads can be fun – you could include pine nuts, dates, avocado, sunflower seeds, flaked almonds, harissa paste, spinach, kale and much more.
I also just whizzed up some dates, coconut oil and agave nectar in a processor, rolled the mixture into balls and rolled them in sesame seeds and put them in the freezer. So please, avoid products like low-fat yogurts (they probably contain loads of sugar) and low-carb packaged meals (they probably contain loads of additives and preservatives).
Keep reading my emails for more ideas and also, if you like my Facebook page, you’ll get even more ideas. So, after the strict eight-week rehab period, it will be time to reintroduce carbs back into your diet - and plenty of them. So, eventually, you'll be able to eat all those delicious meals again without piling on the pounds. These foods will allow your body to wake up slowly from the eightweek detox and prevent it from overreacting to the reintroduction of carbohydrates with excess insulin, which could make you put on weight.
You need to give your metabolism at least eight weeks to reprogramme itself on step two by eating carefully, and on time. In this step, you use a wonderful, simple formula to check that the portions of foods such as bread, crackers, cereal, yoghurt and ice-cream you are eating all stay within the 11-to-20 gram window. Avoid these items during step two to prevent your metabolism from returning to its old ways.


And if you suffer from Met B this glycogen, instead of being processed by your body for energy, tends to be stored as fat.
KEEP EATING THEMOnce you introduce carbohydrates, you must keep eating them, or you will regain weight. A small bowl of high fibre cereal with soya milk (portions chosen to add up to 11-to-20g net carbohydrates).
Grilled cheese sandwich made with 2 thin slices of Weightwatchers wholemeal bread (bread fits the 11-to-20g net carb requirement). By the fourth day, the fluid retention will have disappeared and your waistband will be back to normal. WHY YOUR METABOLISM MATTERSCravings for carbohydrates, uncontrollable weight gain, and a string of failed weight-loss attempts are just three of the common symptoms of the recently discovered condition known as Metabolism B.
Lightly coat a non- stick frying pan with cooking spray and add the 2 tablespoons of olive oil.
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Carbohydrates are mainly found in grains, starchy vegetables, fruits, milk, yogurt as well as sweet and desserts. This provides around 170 calories, 14.8 g of healthy fat, 6 g of satiating protein, 3 g of fiber and only 6 g of carbs, according to the USDA National Nutrient Database.
Ten sticks of baby carrots provide 35 calories, 8 g of carbs and almost 3 g of fiber, according to the USDA National Nutrient Database.
We have collected 30 of the best female weight loss transformation pictures from around the web to motivate you to transform your own body! We Aim To Bring You The Best Articles, The Latest Interviews And The Most Motivational Galleries. Well, there are two: what can I actually measure that predicts my risk of heart disease, and how does diet affect these these things I can measure? Basically it’s a test to measure how much insulin a person needs to keep their glucose level constant, despite the addition of glucose.  The less insulin one requires, the more insulin sensitive one is.
When you’re feeling a bit peckish, you need something that will fill the gap but will also maintain your blood sugar levels. Step two of the Metabolism Miracle is a nutritionally balanced diet that allows safe, long-term weight loss.
Add the meatballs back to the pan and cook in the sauce for 10 minutes, spooning the sauce over the meatballs as it thickens. Jacob obtained a bachelor of science and a master of science, both in nutrition, from Laval University in Quebec City, Canada. Carbs are broken down in the intestines and eventually enter the bloodstream primarily i the form of glucose. If you want to keep the carbs even lower, have raw vegetables with your cottage cheese as their carbohydrate content is lower than 5 g per serving.
This makes for a tasty, healthy snack with only 135 calories and only 10 g of available carbohydrates. More links and information have been provided above the picture if we discovered more about the person.
If you reach for the Mars Bar then your blood sugar will peak then drop suddenly leaving you feeling peckish again.
Why is it that so many of our favourite foods are the very ones packed with carbohydrates that dieticians insist are the reason we put on weight?
To make sure that a slice of wholegrain bread fits into your 11-to-20 gram allotment, check the nutrition facts label on the back of the packaging and subtract the dietary fibre figure from the total carbohydrates per portion. It's good to have low-carbohydrate foods on hand when you feel like eating a snack but want to stay within your daily carbohydrate budget. Portion them into plastic bags or other small containers and carry some with you wherever you go. For example, when a person with a 'normal' metabolism eats carbohydrates, their pancreas releases insulin to control blood sugar in the correct amount, at the correct time for optimal metabolism and energy. But when someone with Metabolism B eats carbohydrates, their body has the tendency to release too much insulin into the bloodstream, which leads to roller-coaster blood sugar levels, fatigue and an urgent craving for yet more carb-loaded foods. Metabolism B is an inherited predisposition that can show itself at any time and can be triggered by stress, inactivity, illness or a hormonal change in the body.
But don't worry, even if you don't have Metabolism B, The Metabolism Miracle diet can help you slim, too.



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