In the early ninety’s doctors were beginning to
see the growing trend in American’s waist lines.
So for a very short period of time they came out
on the offensive by promoting better foods to eat.
An easy one was endorsing pasta meals. What they
failed to mention was the best time to eat pasta
and what other things to not eat with it. Thus,
fifteen years later, you are twenty percent
fatter, and more confused than ever. Pasta by
itself is not necessarily the problem, but combine
that with soft drinks or wine, then you have the
Venus fly trap.
Remember years ago, the sticky strip you hung out
in your back yard. Flies would fly by and stick to
the strap. Well, that is what soft drinks do in
your system. While you may be eating half way
descent food groups (not to mention your portions)
the sugar drinks act as the sticky fly trap. This
hinders the digestive process.
In plain English; the longer the food stays in
your system the more of a chance you have of
getting fatter. The soft drinks act as barriers.
In many cases when it comes to weight loss, the
food combinations really get you. The biggest no-
no is starchy foods with sugary foods.
If you have wine, cut down on the breads.
If you have pasta’s cut down on the wines.
If you have soft drinks, cut back on the starchy
No matter the combination, combining pasta meals
with sugary drinks is eating you up from the
inside out. If you want to lose a few pounds, lose
a few ounces of soft drinks in your daily diet.
About the Author
Greg Ryan is a high profile fitness expert and former employee of Kathy Smiths. Body building champion, public speaker and personal trainer to the stars. He is a best selling author of the Changing from the INSIDE OUT through real behavior change, smart eating and effective exercising. Start getting in better shape today!
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