Food and Weight Gain Atlanta, Ga
Did you know that food intolerances can lead to weight gain? One little dietary adjustment can make any weight loss program a lot easier!
Symptoms of food intolerance and weight loss challenges
- food cravings
- sugar cravings
- food addictions
- inability to lose weight
- bloating and
Many times, simply teaching a healthy diet is not enough. Checking for food reactions leading to difficulty losing weight helps kick start the weight loss.
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Experts estimate that up to 80 percent of the population has some form of food intolerance. You may have suspected that certain foods don’t agree with you. You probably may have never guessed that these foods could be causing weight gain! We call it the Intolerance to Food and Weight Gain Battle! Wouldn’t it be awesome if your weight problems were permanently solved without counting calories simply by eliminating certain foods from your diet?
Even a healthy food like spinach can be an intolerance weight gain and food struggle to someone reacting to spinach. Your body perceives the food as a poison and limits the digestion of nutrients, thus causing the body to store fat. The food is causing inflammation which causes fluid retention and the release of certain hormones that cause weight gain.
Even food that is “good” for you – foods you would never suspect are harming your body can lead to a food and weight gain struggle.
Food sensitivity is a widespread cause of abnormal food cravings and binging. Not only that, but the pathological reaction caused by these foods can encourage your body to store fat. Eliminating foods you are sensitive to can help decrease cravings and appetite while your fat-burning metabolism returns to normal.
Food Addiction Syndrome can be Called the Intolerance to Food and Weight Gain Battle. People often crave the very foods they are allergic to. To neutralize the uncomfortable symptoms caused by these problematic foods, your body releases narcotic-like substances called endorphins into your bloodstream. Endorphins trick you into believing the “allergic” food makes you feel good by giving you a “high.” Thus you have become “addicted.”
Eating the same thing every day may not be a good idea.
As a result of a low variety diet, your body must repeatedly process the same foods (your “favorite” foods). The job of repeatedly processing the same foods taxes your digestive system tremendously, often resulting in suboptimal nutrient absorption. Today’s heavily processed foods use up your digestive enzymes tremendously, leaving insufficient amounts available to digest and absorb nutrients. You may become deficient in specific nutrients that are present in the foods you are not eating.
Ultimately, your body becomes sensitive to the foods you eat most frequently.
When you continually feed your body with the same foods repeatedly, it eventually revolts. The modern-day diet of heavily processed foods, combined with the chemical toxins present in Today’s environment, allows only partial digestion of your food. Your body recognizes the remaining undigested particles as strange, hostile invaders, and it reacts allergic. You end up with an overworked, underfed allergic reacting digestive process. And now you want to lose weight? Please don’t count on it — your hungry, worried body is holding on to every fat molecule it can.
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