Very significant is the impact of digestion on weight loss. We’re what we drink, as we’ve been told many times. Obviously, the exact time of digestion depends on the physical health, metabolism, age, and even sex of a person, but generally speaking, certain foods will pass through you in no time, while others will linger through your body for a while.
If you have a lot of fast-digesting food, you can find that you’re eating much more than you should, because it’s all gone really soon after you eat it and you’re feeling hungry again. This type of food gives you a rapid boost in energy — a glucose level jump, in other words. While a boost of energy sounds good, the rest transforms into fat if your body is filled with insulin and does not use it.
Slow-digesting food raises blood sugar levels much faster, resulting in more healthy and balanced energy. But if you only consume very slow-digestive food, you will always make your digestive system work to the max and it can be very hard on your body.
Specialists recommend that you do not combine fast and slow food types in one meal and stop eating fast food too soon after slow, because digestion is not yet over, so you don’t strain your stomach.
When your digestive system is the most active, the best time to process food that has components with different digestive times is at lunch. The breakfast and dinner meals should be easier and ideally with easily digested foods, so you get an energy boost soon after breakfast and let your stomach relax in the evening.
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