For gluten intolerance in recent years a lot is spoken, but carbohydrate intolerance is also very common.
“It’s about a gray zone. The amount of carbohydrates that corresponds to a person’s metabolism does not necessarily meet the needs of another person. Through my work I have had a lot of experience with patients who have solved health problems by restricting the intake of refined sugar and replacing refined carbohydrates with whole grains, sweet potatoes and fresh fruit, “said Dr. Frank Lipman, explaining how By answering the following questions you can check your carbohydrate tolerance.
- Have you threatened yourself?
- Do you feel most of the time tired, especially after a carbohydrate meal?
- Are you leading a sedentary lifestyle?
- Do you feel that your appetite is out of control?
- Do you often go for sweets and foods full of starch like bread, pasta, potatoes and peas?
- Do you have dizziness when you are hungry?
- Is your blood sugar level in the range of normal?
- Do you have problems with anxiety or depression, skin problems, joint pain, hormonal changes, or sleep problems?
“In the event that you addressed yes to only one of these inquiries, attempt 14 days of the eating regimen to evacuate all oats, vegetables and vegetables wealthy in starch (carrots, corn, potatoes, pumpkin, sweet potatoes) and fruits. Also, avoid sugar, even natural sweeteners like honey and maple syrup, and especially sweet soda beverages. After fourteenth day, answer questions number 2, 5, 6 and 8. If the answers have changed, you are probably intolerant of carbohydrates, “explains Dr. Lipman.