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Understanding carbohydrates at last

If you want to know more about how to eat sustainably healthy, you can find a lot of contradictory information, especially about carbohydrates. That’s why we’ve summarized what really matters.

Carbohydrates as a component of our food

If we look at our food, we can divide it into four groups:
Carbohydrates are exclusively pure energy suppliers. Think of them as paper. Paper burns quickly and violently. Can you use well to light a fire. But to make it burn in the long term, you need other substances. In the body, these are fats, proteins vital substances such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, trace elements. They build you up and make you strong and capable in the long run.

Vital substances, fats and proteins do not only provide short-term energy. They also provide building materials for our body cells, organs, make happy hormones and build our immune system.
In short, they keep us healthy in the long term.

Aha-knowledge No. 1:

Carbohydrates = Short-term pleasure

In today’s mainstream, almost everything is focused on short-term enjoyment. The mainstream person then also feeds on carbohydrates for the very largest part. Fits. But is that what YOU want? After all, it is the mainstream that is too fat in old age and not those who consciously eat sustainably with vital substances, porteins and healthy fats.

They get the engine running, at full speed, immediately

Carbohydrates = pure energy

Sounds very good at first. We can use energy in our strenuous everyday life. But there is a flip side to the coin.

Our energy consumption is not designed for an excess of carbohydrates in our modern diet.

All carbohydrates are sugars

Carbohydrates are nothing more than sugar in various forms, but in the end they are still sugar. Carbohydrates taste particularly sweet and can be utilized by the body extremely quickly. They are mainly found in convenience foods, bread, pizza, sweets, pasta and fruit. They burn just like paper, fierce, fast and hot.

Unfortunately, even the fructose in fruits is not healthier than other sugars. Vegetables are therefore significantly healthier than fruits.

If we eat these extremely quickly available substances, we feel it immediately. The blood sugar level skyrockets, we experience a real energy boost, which unfortunately is usually short-lived, because the body quickly counteracts. In general, these carbohydrates are delicious but only useful in small amounts.

For a long time, carbohydrates were something special

Carbohydrates are ideal for our glucose-demanding brain, which sets up a tricky reward system to get us to eat them.

Fruits were an important source of energy for early humans. If he could find a sweet piece of fruit, it was high-calorie food and important in times when people didn’t get food from their refrigerators at home but had to work hard for it. Something like that was immediately rewarded by the brain with dopamine, so that as much of it as possible was eaten.

Every time you eat something that contains carbohydrates, your brain releases dopamine and rewards you for it. Eating carbohydrates is pleasant and creates a good feeling. This innate preference has become harmful necessary in modern industrialized countries, as we have far too many carbohydrates in our food supply.

Preventing obesity instead of fighting it

Considering what carbohydrates do in our bodies and the effect they can have on our weight, an Einstein quote comes to mind:

“A wise person solves a problem. A wise person avoids it”

In other words, be wise. When it comes to weight, take precautions right away and avoid overdoing it with carbohydrates. Rather, ensure a balanced diet in which vital substances, fats and proteins play the main role.

Soon we will continue with the second part

If you want to learn more about a healthy diet, the topic of carbohydrates is extremely important. Therefore, there will be a second part on this topic for you shortly. If you’d like to know more and be notified when Part 2 is released, feel free to sign up for our newsletter!

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