Weight loss: this is the worst time of the day to eat carbohydrates, it may surprise you

    Abdulaziz Sobh

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    Weight loss can be achieved by moving away from some foods and eating more nutritious options. It is important to eat the correct balance of macronutrients, including carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. But an expert has revealed that there is a time of the day when those on a diet should not eat carbohydrates. If you are looking to lose weight, it is key to avoid eating refined carbohydrates at breakfast time.

    Weight loss: the worst time of the day to eat carbohydrates if you want to lose weight revealed

    Refined carbohydrates include foods such as white bread and cakes. They can prepare a delicious breakfast, but they will not prepare you adequately for the day.

    "The most important time to eat a balanced meal is at breakfast, so it feeds during the day and maintains a blood sugar level," Shauna Sacco, a registered dietitian and certified personal trainer in Houston, told PopSugar.

    "It can be hard to find good options for breakfast because we are often on the move or indulging in sweeter options such as pancakes."

    It is key that dieters eat foods that will keep them energized and full for longer so they do not feel the need to eat snacks later.

    The protein will help to do this, especially when combined with good carbohydrates at breakfast.

    According to the Institute of Food Technologists, protein-rich breakfasts decrease the amount of ghrelin, a hormone that stimulates the sensation of hunger, in the bloodstream more efficiently than carbohydrate-packed breakfasts.

    The protein should represent between 15 and 20 percent of breakfast (approximately 13-20 g of protein). Consider eggs, nuts, seeds, dairy products, and soy milk.

    Harry Jameson, the Elite performance trainer, reported that the benefits of a high-protein breakfast "will regulate blood sugar and energy levels throughout the day and avoid spikes and rapid depressions of energy."

    "Eating a protein-rich breakfast significantly improves appetite control and can help women avoid overeating later," added Kevin C. Maki, principal investigator of a University of Missouri study on weight loss in Columbia.

    As for the carbohydrates, you can eat first, Harvard Medical School reports that complex carbohydrates are much better for you.

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