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Back to Basics With Metabolic Cooking

Back to Basics with Metabolic Cooking.

So what is Metabolic Cooking????

Metabolic cooking is back to basic cooking of healthy foods that will increase your metabolism.

These foods are designed to help you maintain a high metabolism and burn more calories naturally.

For years we have been eating all this quick, easy supposedly health food.

We know what we are eating is not good for us and we just keep on eating it whether it is convenience, laziness or just not sure what is and not good for us.

There are two things we know that are not good for us that is fats and sugar.

So is it as black and white as that.

Of course not.

Yes sugar is no good for us that is true and this diagram can show you why….

Fat Burning Zone is our Aim When our body’s sugar level is balanced it should be anywhere between 4.0 and 5.5 mmol/L.

There are many foods that are still classed as healthy and are full of sugar that will increase our blood sugar level.

These foods need to be avoided – cereals, orange juice, whole wheat bread,  and all those dressings stating low fat are bad sugar in disguise.
We have a sugary snack or something we believe to be healthy; our sugar level jumps up and it stays above 5.5 consistently then our body looks after us and releases insulin.

With this release of insulin our body stores fat and our blood sugar levels drop and then we feel hungry again and of course crave sugar so you can see how the cycle begins and meanwhile our body is constantly storing fat.

The question we ask is… Is our body looking after us?

Answer…. yes it is.

So the real question…. Are we looking after our body?

We all know this answer.   If we continue to do this to our body we could develop a condition called diabetes.

So what has this to do with back to basic metabolic cooking, well there are foods which will satisfy our hunger

and will keep our blood sugars maintained, we will always have an increase in sugar and insulin will be released to combat this, it will be just done at normal healthy ratios.

I have been trying for quite some time to get my head around from what we should and should not eat.

We live in a world where body image is so important and so everyone goes on those crazy diets, I was one of them.

I realise now it does not matter what you look like on the outside if your internal workings are letting you down.
Our body’s are wonderful the way they look after us, however like any machine if you do not maintain and service it, it will let you down.

The best and most valuable information I can share with you is metabolic cooking, honestly going back to basics, before processing came along.
Good foods that you can have are sprouted grain breads, rice, spelt, millet, quinoa, sweet potatoes, all fruit and vegetables, steak, chicken, fish and eggs. Image the meals you can make with these choices.  Yum.
Yes fruit has sugar, however the chains in those sugars are easily metabolised in our bodies so don’t be afraid to enjoy our wonderful fruit.
So now I have mentioned steak and eggs – any man’s dream, I should discuss metabolic cooking with fats.

There is always confusion with fats.

Are they good for us will fats make us fat.

Well yes, some fats certainly however there are good  fats that our body actually needs to increase metabolism and help keep our cholesterol levels down.

So start to enjoy fats like REAL butter, whole eggs, coconut oil, raw nuts, avocados and olive oil virgin pressed.

As I said before we need to avoid processed foods and the most obvious ones are the artificial sweeteners, soya milk, high fructose corn syrup and hydrogenated oils  – these are those solid oils.

Last little one is the use of spices in your cooking this is wonderful for your metabolism.

So join me on this wonderful discovery of getting back to basics with metabolic cooking.

Click Here! to download the complete metabolic cooking package.
If you are serious about your health and just feeling good, join me to make a better future for all.


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