Maybe you Meal plan with discipline and a practice routinely … and yet your weight is still not coming out as you hoped it would be. One metabolism Scientist highlights one important point that you should prioritize if you want to decrease effectively. Unfortunately, for some people, this important nutritional tip can easily be overlooked.

Ben Bikman, PhD, directs a biology and physiology laboratory at Brigham Young University and is the author of Why We Get Sick: The Hidden Epidemic at the Root of Most Chronic Disease – and How to Fight It. Bikman’s research focuses primarily on insulin Resistance and systemic diseases that are often associated with weight gain and obesity.

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Bikman recently contributed content to the website for a local Salt Lake City television station, There he discussed what he thought was the key to it Optimize health, Metabolism and weight management.

Among his top tips, Bikman advised that getting enough sleep is important for weight management, since sleep helps the body regulate hormone levels. He also said that regular exercise is necessary in any form that stimulates you to move … but without a good night’s sleep, exercise alone is unlikely to be of maximum benefit.

When it comes to nutrition, Bikman talked about one element of nutrition that he believes is “absolutely vital” to successful weight management: keeping blood sugar low.

Science has shown a reason that when blood sugar – commonly known as “blood sugar” – is too high, the body must be dealing with that extra sugar. At this stage, the excess sugar in the blood is converted into fat.

Bikman recommends focusing your diet on protein and healthy fat while limiting your sugar intake to keep blood sugar stable and feel full and energetic throughout the day.


A recent article published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology suggests that it is important to eat healthy and stay active from childhood onwards Avoid metabolic disorders and endocrinological disorders such as diabetes later in life.

As you probably know, maintaining a healthy weight is not just about looking good. Read Secret Side Effects of Obesity, Science Says.

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