Why Light Foods make You feel so Heavy.


Many people wonder why they have put on so much weight since consuming light foods.

Or, they may ask, why don’t light foods seem to contribute to slimming?

The answers to this question are quite simple.

Low-energy foods deplete your energy and, thereby, slow down your metabolism, making it more and more difficult to metabolize even light foods and lose any extra weight.

In addition, after eating light foods a few times, your body begins to realize that it is deprived of energy.

Consequently, it sends you urgent messages of wanting energy-containing foods.

Since carbohydrates are the foods that keep your serotonin and beta-endorphin levels normal, not eating them makes you cranky, restless, and moody.

To overcome the discomfort, you will start eating more low-energy foods than you normally would.

Much of it, though, gets converted into fat and waste matter.

This natural response occurs in everyone, even in children.

Children are generally more in touch with their instincts and have not yet been influenced by theories about diets, calories, and light foods.

When researchers tested the eating habits of children, they wanted to find out whether children extract fewer calories from their food and lose weight if they consume light products.

The scientists were surprised to discover that those children whose diet included light- foods (low calorie) had increased their appetites and started eating more to balance the loss of energy caused by the light foods.

The body is constantly aware of how much energy is required to conduct all its activities and subsequently sends the appropriate signals of how much we should eat to satisfy its needs.

The requirements of course change as the day goes on.

A theoretical system of how much you should eat at each meal and how many calories you can use up without becoming fat is therefore useless, if not harmful.

It strongly interferes with the body’s natural and uniquely programmed weight control mechanisms.

The accompanied anxiety of eating too much or the wrong type of food may even shut down the digestive functions, which means you are converting much of the ingested food into undigested toxic waste.

This clogs up the system even more and adds extra weight to the body.

The body always knows when it has reached a point of satiety.

This was shown in another experiment during which a group of children were permitted to eat as much as they wanted and whatever they wanted for six consecutive days.

They were even allowed sweets, cakes, and other kinds of “unhealthy” foods. Parents were not permitted to influence their children in any way.

The researchers carefully recorded what and how much food a child ate during each meal, throughout the six 24-hour periods.

Some children ate only minute amounts during some meals but then greatly increased the amounts at other meal(s).

The children’s calorie intake fluctuated substantially from meal to meal; yet, when calculated for an entire day, calorie consumption remained the same.

The more enzymatic energy is contained in food, the faster we feel satisfied

Many studies show that light foods encourage appetite and overeating and do not reduce weight.

But not only light foods are energy depleted and dissatisfying.

Refined, processed, chemically treated foods contain no Prana or life energy, which the body needs to help digest food.

There may be plenty of calories in the highly refined white flour products but the body is not able to use this form of “dead” energy.

Our digestive system is naturally programmed to extract energy from light foods or complex staple foods, which contain plenty of Prana.

The body regards such lifeless foods as meat, cornflakes, or light foods to be indigestible and tries to “dump” them as quickly as possible.

All they do is congest the intestines where they ferment and putrefy.

This is the first location in the body where waste, meaning extra weight, starts to accumulate and when the intestinal “vessel” is full up it begins distributing the waste to other areas of the body.

This increase in waste weight may tempt you to go on a restrictive diet for a while.

But the more often you go on a diet, the less successful it becomes.

Each new diet requires a different way of metabolism.

The continual abuse of your natural weight regulation reduces AGNI, the digestive fire, to a point when almost no foods, even fresh and healthy foods, can be tolerated and utilized by the body.

At such a stage, obese people complain that they are putting on weight although they are hardly eating anything.

The producers of light foods know all that.

Since light foods have become available in the supermarkets, the sales of normal foods have increased too.

If light food had the effect of curbing appetites and reducing the consumption of ordinary foods, you can take it for granted that light products would have never made it into the food market.

These man-made foods have certainly not been made available to create a healthier population.


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