Ever wondered why some people can eat what they want and others get fat just by eating a cake every now and then?

It’s not about genetics only, says Josh Axe, a well-known nutritionist. It’s about everyone life habits.

There a couple of things that we should be careful about in our daily routine, in order not to overextend our bodies and maintain an optimal health.

We should get enough quality sleep.

Changing the diet is not the only way we can speed up our metabolism. One of the easiest ways to help our body properly digest and assimilate the food is just by improving our sleep. Studies suggest that getting rid of the technological devices and blocking artificial light in our bedroom can improve the quality of our sleep.

Excessive intake of full grains.

They are a great source of fibers and essential nutrients, but the specialist warns us that not all grains are easy to digest and in this case the recommendation is moderation.

Excessive intake of fruit smoothies

We are not talking about the processed juices, but about the natural ones, that usually we do at home, in a blender. It’s very important to hydrate, but we have to be careful about choosing the right beverage.

Eating whole fruits has a bigger nutritional value than freshly squeezed fruits. The juice made from the fruits that had the fibers removed has a lot of sugars in it. These are assimilated quickly in the body, because of the lack of the fibers. Once it got in the system, the sugar produces an energetic explosion and then a sudden loss of the tonus and sometimes can lead to excessive weight, so it’s all about moderation.

These are assimilated quickly in the body, because of the lack of the fibers. Once it got in the system, the sugar produces an energetic explosion and then a sudden loss of the tonus and sometimes can lead to excessive weight, so it’s all about moderation.

 

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