The Carbohydrate Addict's Diet
Do you crave sweets, starches, and junk-food snacks? Shortly after eating do you find that you are still hungry? If so, you may be a carbohydrate addict. A person who is not an addict can eat a carbohydrate-laden meal and feel full and satisfied for several hours.
Apparently a person who is addicted to carbohydrates secretes an excessive amount of insulin to break down the cabs. This interferes with the serotonin levels in the brain, which signal the person to STOP eating. Without the "stop" message, the carbohydrate addict keeps on feeling hunger.
On this plan the timing of eating carbohydrates is all-important. No foods are forbidden but your reward meal (anything you want to eat including dessert) must be limited to 1 hour in duration and must be eaten at dinner. Otherwise your body's insulin will spike and you'll begin storing fat.
You must also balance your reward meal, eating an equal number of vegetables, proteins, and carbohydrates. By eating 2 low carbohydrate meals per day and 1 reward meal, the dieter never feels deprived. There is no calorie counting or measuring of foods on this plan.
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