May 28, 2024
Health

Here’s My Secret Sauce for Success in Physiological Need to Eat

Here’s My Secret Sauce for Success in Physiological Need to Eat

I know that in order to successfully live my life at a healthy weight and avoid the risk of losing out on joy and functionality in old age,

 I’m going to have to learn some new tricks.

First, I’ll need to understand what physiological needs are and how they work in the body.

 Then, I’ll need a plan for meeting them all. In the end, it’s going to be about setting an intention and following through with determination.

My advice, find out what your physiological needs are.a person who exhibits a physiological need to eat is most likely experiencing the sensation of

 Discover what you need to do in order to stay thin. 

Do the things that are necessary to get thin. Then, do the things that are necessary in order to maintain thinness. 

Work your way back up the food chain to satisfy the core needs of staying thin and healthy within your physique and diet plan:

– Hunger: Get enough calories and nutrients. Don’t worry about how much fat and/or sugar is in them, just get enough of them. 

Eat some carbs, but stick to low glycemic stuff like grains and veggies rather than sweet potatoes or other starchy vegetables

 that some people abuse for their high levels of sugar content…

– Thirst: Don’t drink water alone. Drink enough fluid to consume at least 52 ounces of water daily. 

If you’re above that, drink more to stay hydrated and avoid the risk of fluid retention that can lead to muscle aches and pains. 

Also, avoid drinking soda or other sweetened beverages as they’ve been shown to contribute to weight gain 

 may actually interfere with your appetite response by raising insulin levels in the body,

 making you feel full after a small amount of food.

 Hunger: Boost metabolism by eating a high protein, low carb/low fat diet

– Thirst: Drink 8 – 10 glasses of water daily.

– Hunger: Eat all unrefined foods

– Thirst: Drink alcohol to stimulate thirst and hydration

– Hunger: Eat a high carbohydrate, low fat diet

– Thirst: Consume alcohol and caffeine to stimulate thirst and hydration

– Hunger: Eat a high carbohydrate, relatively high fat diet that contains moderate amounts of 

unrefined sugar.

 This diet is for those that are sitting on the fence about the effects of their current diet plan and want to experiment with something different. 

 It’s also for those who want to maintain their weight but not lose any muscle definition or tone. 

You can actually stay at this level indefinitely; however, you should consider eating more protein and carbs as you progress through the years.

– Thirst: Drink alcohol on occasion to stimulate thirst and hydration

– Hunger: Eat a moderate carbohydrate, high fat diet that contains moderate amounts of unrefined sugar. 

This diet is for those that are starting out on the low carb bandwagon.

 It’s also for those that are on the fence about losing some weight or who want to maintain their weight while keeping good muscle tone. 

You can actually stay at this level indefinitely; however, you should consider eating more protein and carbs as you progress through the years.

– Thirst: Drink alcohol regularly

– Hunger: Eat a moderate carbohydrate, high fat diet that contains moderate amounts of unrefined sugar.

– Thirst: Drink alcohol regularly

– Hunger: Eat an unrestricted moderate carbohydrate, high fat diet that contains moderate 

amounts of unrefined sugar.

– Thirst: Drink alcohol socially with friends

– Hunger: Eat an unrestricted high carbohydrate, low fat diet that contains moderate amounts of unrefined sugar. 

 This level is for those with no particular interest in staying lean or losing weight, 

but who are interested in maintaining high energy levels and letting their body burn off any excess weight naturally. 

You can actually stay at this level indefinitely; however, there are potential consequences for being overweight,

 so you should plan on eating more protein and carbs as you progress through the years.

– Thirst: Drink alcohol socially with friends

– Hunger: Eat a high fat diet that contains moderate amounts of unrefined sugar.  

This level is for those that are interested in losing weight and who want to maintain good muscle tone. 

You can actually stay at this level indefinitely; however, there are potential consequences for being overweight, 

so you should plan on eating more protein and carbs as you progress through the years.

– Thirst: Drink alcohol socially with friends

– Hunger: Eat a high protein diet that contains moderate amounts of unrefined sugar.  This level is for those who want to lose weight and who want to maintain good muscle tone.

– Thirst: Drink alcohol socially with friends

– Hunger: Eat a high protein diet that contains moderate amounts of unrefined sugar.  

This level is for those who don’t care about staying lean and want to maintain good muscle tone. 

This list is not exhaustive as there are many other physiological needs that must be met. 

But, if you tend to only overeat when you’re hungry and your thirst isn’t being stimulated by water intake alone,

 you might be on the right track and everything else will fall into place.

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Aaron Finch

There are many labels that could be given to describe me, but one thing’s for certain: I am an entrepreneur with passion. Whether it's building websites and social media campaigns for new businesses or traveling the world on business trips - being entrepreneurs means constantly looking at yourself in a different light so as not get bored of your own success!

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