About 6 weeks ago, I started on a diet- I cut out fast food, fried food, and anything "white" like rice, pasta and bread. I started eating a lot of protein than chicken, fish and lean beef. I lost 8 pounds in 2 1/2 weeks early, but since then the scale is moving very slowly- only 2 pounds in 4 1/2 weeks.

 

The only thing I'm doing different from the first diet I started using aloe drink machine that we had to hide in the closet of the previous year. I use mango, apples, strawberries, celery, oranges, watermelon- everything! I have a big cup with breakfast and dinner every day of my. Should I cut it out?

 

fresh  aloe drink  and a nice treat to have once in a while if you are in or close to your ideal weight.

strawberry aloe drink

fruit juice will not be on the list of beverages if I am trying to lose weight. It is often mistaken that for something fresh, it must be healthy, and because it's healthy, good for weight loss. This is far from the truth.

 

Although the fresh  aloe drink  are packed with vitamins and minerals, they are loaded with sugar high blood sugar, and provide no fiber. The sugars will keep your body from burning fat area by increasing insulin levels. Immediately after increasing insulin levels, your blood sugar makes you hungry to shoot down and put you in the position of eating more, or dealing with headaches, fatigue and other consequences. Not a good option for weight loss.

 

The absence of domestic fiber also allows the water to be digested and absorbed in a flash, that can help you get into the position of low blood sugar quickly. Had you kept intact fruit, eat a little fruit would not be such a killer because the fiber weight loss will slow down the digestive process, and you want to have less sugar overall.

 

Keep your goal in mind when putting anything in your mouth, whether it be food or  aloe drink . Your goal here is to lose weight. All of the liquid that passes your lips should be calorie- free. For optimal results, take with tea or water.

 

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