What’s the matter with carbs? Carbs can make you tired depending on which ones you are eating. Carbs are not bad for you if you are active and active is where you need to start if you are on the road to losing weight this season. Carbs are vital to help you reach your peak performance. Your road to weight loss is a marathon not a sprint and good carbs are the key to building muscle and energy for the brain. The right carbohydrates will delay fatigue freeing protein to do its main job of repairing and rebuilding muscle tissue. Adults and teens are fooled by ‘pop nutrition’ into thinking ”low carb and high protein diets” are the way to building muscles. The opposite is true, such diets set you up for performance failure and muscle depletion.
Those cute little pods known as edamame are gluten-free and you can buy them shelled or still in the pod. If you are working overtime, starting a new job or the holiday shopping grind has gotten to you and find your mineral stores are depleted and run down this is the snack to reach for. Edamame can be found in most shopping snack aisles. It is is rich in calcium to boot if you find yourself depleted from PMS. Use it to regulate blood sugars and decrease your cravings for in between meal snacks. Edamame increases your cardiovascular health; New statistics show that heart disease and stroke are responsible for 1 out of three deaths. Use edamame to prevent your migraines and fortify your pregnancy.
Failure to preventively fortify It is hard for you to get a high enough intake of protein, iron and calcium by what you eat at mealtime alone. Poor economic conditions and being a food insecure household also puts your children at risk for being malnourished. Many people do not eat fortified pastas and breads and avoid vegetables and real food due to the speed of life at which they live these days. Iron is effective for reducing the risk of that first stroke. Changing your eating habits while improving food and food choices are doable interventions. Iron is needed to develop new cells.
An early sign of protein deficiency is sugar cravings and feeling the need to constantly snack. Chronically low levels of energy and extreme tiredness are also signs. Calcium is very important to lives of children during their growing years to fend off common illnesses and for healthy bones and teeth. Boost your children’s intake and find ways to add edamame to their diet. Women’s extra needs are very different from those than a man’s and nutritional deficiencies are common. Energy intake is higher and depletion is common during the menstrual phase and eating from high protein food groups can balance the interplay of hormones and pregnancy. Two to three servings a day for a pregnant woman is important.
Iron is the mineral that carries oxygen in the blood working hard or working out hard can requires good dietary sources of iron. Eating edamame as a snack can help you to meet your nutritional needs for your own well being. Emphasis, high quality protein/carbs contain all nine amino acids and take three to four hours to affect blood sugar levels. Simple carbs like candy, pop, cake and white bread cause a sharp spike in blood sugar levels so you may feel like you have more energy for a very short time but it doesn’t last that long.To stay healthy the body requires different amounts of each mineral.