Light formulas and diet of ice cream, sweets, cakes and other foods abound. They are available at any supermarket and look convincing. What few people have come to think is that, in most cases, light foods reduce the fat content in their formula.
This is very good for someone with high cholesterol, but not so good for those with a blood sugar imbalance. Why is that? Simply because fat is replaced by other products, which are usually carbohydrates. And the last thing you need is to eat more carbohydrates.
On the other hand, the fact that a meal is lighter tends to repeat it, i. e. double the amount. Imagine then that even if you are not eating a gram of fat, you are doubling or tripling the amount of hydrates dangerously. The result will be disastrous. And finally, remember that a few grams of daily fat are necessary for your body to function properly.
Filling the refrigerator with flan diet, yogurt diet, and other low-calorie products can be a double-edged sword. The same applies to diet chocolate, light biscuits and other products commonly consumed in diets. It has been proven that even artificial sweetener produces stimuli that cause the need to eat sugar.
In addition, diet products have sugar, although in other forms such as maltose, sucrose, fructose or dextrose. That is why this diet does not include diet foods. If you have to eat ice cream, it will be with cream and sugar. And from the second week on, you can eat it without guilt.