Sugar Burner Type

Information For Sugar Burners

 

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Sugar burners tend to be overweight, often obese, from a young age and easily develop
metabolic resistance.  It is very difficult for them to lose fat; the traditional low-calorie
diet and aerobic exercise regime actually worsens the problem. Sugar burners have a
primary defect in insulin metabolism and tend to either overproduce and/or be resistant to
the action of this powerful fat-storing hormone.

Sugar Burners store fat all over their bodies, not just in one spot. They often look puffy and –

Sugar burners store fat all over their bodies, not just in one spot. They often look puffy and—from pasta, bread, and potatoes. Sugar burners crave sweets, coffee, and chocolate, which may make them feel good for a short ten-to thirty-minute spurt, but quickly leave them feeling lethargic and tired.  Sugar burners tend to eat constantly.

Headaches often occur during exercise.  They can have difficulty falling asleep at night
and find it just as hard to get out of bed in the morning.  Finally, sugar burners tend to be
procrastinators, frequently suffer from fatigue and depression, and are at increased risk
for diabetes, heart disease, and other illnesses.

It is important to realize that some sugar burner types fit all of the above

description to a “T” but that others may not.  This discrepancy is explained by the unique
way our body’s metabolism express itself. Taking a questionnaire is a very subjective
practice and is an imperfect way to assess metabolic tendencies.  However, it can give us
a general idea of  how our body functions.  There are sugar burners who are overweight,
some who are thin, some muscular and others who fall somewhere in between. Don’t get
so caught up in the details of fitting the “look” of a sugar burner, because your
metabolism is as unique as your fingerprint. In order to really find out the truth of your
metabolic fat burning processes you have to listen to your body’s biofeedback signals.

Throughout this program you will pay close attention to your hunger, energy

levels, and cravings.  When your metabolic processes are running effectively you will not
be hungry, your energy will be balanced, and your cravings will dissipate.  Food and
exercise are the primary influences on these “biofeedback tools”.  You will use these
sensations to allow you to know how to adjust your diet.  On your plate, you will see how
to adjust your diet practices to control these sensations and assure you are on the right
track.

 

Modify to Your Mood

 

– If feeling Hungry:

Step 1- Increase both protein and Vegetables and water
Step 2- Consider a fiber supplement at each meal
Step 3- Avoid things that will increase hunger (synthetic sweeteners, coffee, etc)
Step 4- Increase the bites of starch at a meal by 2 bites at a time at each meal until
you feel your hunger stabilizes

– If Cravings:

Step 1- Increase both protein and Vegetables and water

Step 2- Use things to balance brain chemicals (cocoa, amino acids, green tea)
Step 4- Eat a small healthy snack every 2 hours (half a protein bar, celery, etc)

 

– If low energy:

Step 1- Increase both protein and Vegetables and water

Step 2- Eat more often
Step 3- Use cocoa powder
Step 4- Increase the bites of starch at a meal by 2 bites at a time at each meal until
you feel your energy stabilizes


 

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