This secret meal trick will change your life
Digestion problems are the worst, constant cravings never help us reach our weight goals, and weight management can feel like a constant battle when these two things are out of alignment.
There are a couple simple things you can start doing today improve your digestion, cravings, and weight management, and the beautiful part is, you can start seeing results super quick.
First, one thing that can really make a difference is changing the order in which you eat your meals. It might seem small, but it can have a big impact on how your body processes and uses the food you eat.
Let me explain to you how it works:
if you start your meal with fibers (like vegetables or leafy greens), they take longer to digest and “drip” through your system without causing a spike in your blood sugar.
This helps regulate your appetite and prevent cravings, which is really important for weight management. Because if we can’t regulate our appetite and we have to high of an amount of cravings this will actually work against us and prevent us from losing weight!
Next, have your poteins and fats (like eggs or salmon) these also digest slowly, so they won’t cause insulin spikes (insulin is a hormone that helps control your blood sugar).
*High insulin levels can cause weight gain and other health problems, so it’s important to avoid them.*
Lastly, have your starches and sugars (like toast or yogurt), you’ll get full and satisfied, so you won’t crave more food.
So next time you eat, remember to eat in this order:
Second: Protein and fats.
Third: Starches and sugars.
There’s also 3 more things you can do to improve your digestion, cravings, and weight management.
#1: Eat slowly and pay attention to your food. It takes about 20 minutes for your brain to realize you’re full, so if you eat too quickly, you might eat more than you need to.
#2: Take your time and enjoy your food, and you’ll feel more satisfied with smaller portions.
#3: Drink lots of water. Staying hydrated is really important for good digestion, and it can also help.