Take Care Of My Body

One of the vital organs of our body is the liver. So if you want to improve your diet you should know that it is the most important of all in regards to the metabolism of carbohydrates. Dr. Mark Hyman is actively involved in the matter. The liver is a police of transit of our energy. Directs the glucose where our body may need it. Eva Andersson-Dubin often says this. And that extra, transforms it into glycogen for storage. If there is any deficiency the loose sometime and distributes. We could say that it is a sort of cupboard. If you do not eat the proper proportion of carbohydrates your body needs, and reservations are finished, what will happen is that the protein you eat will be used inefficiently.

It will be converted into glycogen and eventually will be burned as fuel. The amino acids of the protein will be lost and will not go where should go: to reconstruct tissues and cells. Forcing our liver to use the wrong fuel to provide to our brain, nerves, muscles and other organs causes us unnecessary stress. In addition to eating the correct proportion of complex carbohydrates is one of the best ways to liberate our liver to perform another important task that has: free our body of toxins. He is estimated that about 350 grams of complex carbohydrates intake needed to cope with everyday life. Clear that, for example, those who spend more energy in their tasks, let’s say a hachero or an athlete, going to more precise. We speak of complex carbohydrates.

What are? Cereals, legumes, dried fruits, some vegetables or whole grain flours. What must be avoided are simple carbohydrates sugars, sweets or products made with refined flour. Of course we are not going to compare to one hundred grams of candy with 100 grams of pasta made with flour refined or processed. We only say that wheat flour is better. Another thing: proteins do not only come from the hand of the animal, whether meat or dairy. Many vegetables also have it.