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One of the best mood elevators is natural fruit juice. Used in small amounts it can make a workout better or in deed create a burst of initial energy to get it going in the first place. It can even make the difference between going through the motions and sustaining a new level of performance.
Nevertheless, natural juice has a high amount of sugar and carbohydrate in the suggested portion–thirty grams of each per eight ounce glass. Further, it has a total of one hundred thirty calories. Granted, these are of a natural variety and thus not as a dangerous as the same number from white sugar and starch. But, they are still calories, and thirty grams of sugar along with thirty grams of carbohydrates may really be too much when one is primarily concerned with minimizing body fat and building muscle.
However, the trouble here is not with the juice itself. Again, natural fruit juice is a mood elevator and an energy producer. Used properly, it really can help with one’s workouts The question then is over the proper amount.
Everyone is different. No two people metabolize all nutrients the same. Some have more rapid calorie burning systems, while others have more sluggish ones. Regardless of the amount, what burns completely for one person may not do so for another. Because an excess of unused carbohydrates and sugars will store as fat, it is essential to determine what really can be used on an individual basis.
Yet, rate of metabolism is not the only factor to consider. How many other sugar and carbohydrate units from other foods also need to be taken into account. This is especially true in a day and age of foods being enhanced to taste good– one of the chief drawbacks to grocery store shopping. These foods often times have calories that one might not expect them to have. For instance, one would not expect high amounts of sugar and carbohydrates in plain breakfast cereals or pasta..Fortunately, the breakdown is usually given on the packaging. But, far too few of us take this as seriously as we should.
Scientifically there are no universal hard and fast rules as to the number of grams of carbohydrate or sugar which are excessive with respect to anyone. To be sure, there are benchmarks based upon total daily calories and standard size. But these do not affect all people in the same way or even all of the time.
Therefore, being cautiously attuned to one’s own self is always in order. Studies have shown that Americans tend to consume one hundred thirty pounds of sugar per year. with the number of carbohydrates being much higher.This number is over twenty five times what it was at the of the turn of the century. And, of course, the cancer rate is far higher today, assuming there is a correlation.
The whole caution here is to think about what you put into your body as opposed to blindly trusting what may seem to be safe or beneficial. This is true for everything, but here it has specifically to do with natural fruit juice. This type of juice is far safer even than Gatorade and often recommended by experts. But, it is not completely free from potential to work adversely.
Therefore, the best way to use juice is to first use your head. That is far different than using your gut, as it is said, drinking until you are no longer thirsty. Satisfy these needs with mere water.It is also different than drinking the suggested portion simply because it is suggested. In stead, one should use juice only for energy and then do so only in the amount that is necessary. That means you alone as a thinking person ought to decide how much is right for you. (Hint : if you are regularly working out, eating right and still experiencing belly fat, you are probably getting too much.)
For further thought on using one’s head as opposed to trusting common practices and labels order my book “Think and Grow Fit.”
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