One Krispy Kreme Creme Filled Chocolate Doughnut comes with 20g of fat, 23g of sugar, and 38g of carbohydrate.
Why not eat some oatmeal instead? It’s high in fiber, helps to lower Cholesterol, and if you add some fruit like banana or berries to it, makes it quite delicious too.
“Sugars” are any carbohydrate that is consumed.
“Sugars” include sweet substances like table sugar (sucrose,) fruit sugar (fructose,) milk sugar (lactose,) etc. (Look for words ending “ose” on labels.)
These sweet-tasting sugars can also be known as honeys, molasses, syrups, candies, and nectars.
“Sugars” also include non-sweet-tasting carbohydrates, including:
- Other Starchy veggies, including peas, corn, beans..
All “sugars” raise insulin levels in the bloodstream, when consumed. When insulin levels are high, sugars are converted to fat, and all fats are stored in the body.
The trigger of insulin production is to the flavor “sweet” and although “sweet” can have differing degrees of response, please note that sugar-substitutes are also “sweet” to the brain.
It is possible to eat a low/no-fat diet and gain weight, that is stored as fat.
(Nothing in this article is intended to diagnose, treat, or cure disease. It is for informational purposes only. Always seek and follow the advice of your professional medical doctor.)
Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, fats such as nuts and olive oil, and eat lean meat.
Junk food really is a waste of money and a waste of time for your body. When you eat high sugar, high fat food that is full of empty carbohydrate, you actually screw up the signals that the brain sends out to regulate your consumption of food.
Insulin helps to control sugar levels on the body, and what needs to be stored and what need to be used. Leptin tells the brain that you’re not hungry any more, and helping you to stop eating before you feel physically bloated. Junk food screws up these mechanisms, leaving you feeling overfull, and often nauseous. One should feel satisfied after eating, but not bloated!