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AboutRosa Smith-Montanaro is a Virtual Wellness and Weight Loss Coach, and the award-winning creator of the Mind Over Platter program. She also wrote a book of the same name. Her background is in Hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistics Programming (NLP), Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Success Coaching.
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Losing those extra pounds can tricky if you don't balance your food intake properly. Remember sugar is addicting. Once your blood sugar spikes you will be craving carbs all day long. The best way to control this roller coaster is to keep your protein and impact carbs in balance. Each and every meal / snack needs to be an even distribution of protein and carbs. This will control the cravings, slow down blood sugar levels and help your burn fat. If you really want to speed things up, have a 2:1 ratio. Two grams of protein to every one gram of carb. This will take some planning on your part. Planning will be our topic next week.
For more information about balancing protein and carbs read my free ebook The 21 Day-Diet (TM). It can be found on the home page of www.MindOverPlatter.com
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