The Science of Satiety: How to Feel Full and Lose Weight | Mastering Diabetes

High-carb diet for diabetes? Yes, please.

Cutting calories tends to be synonymous with weight loss. If you want to lose weight, you need to eat fewer calories to maintain a certain weight. So you cut on protein, fat, and carbohydrates. This also means that you now have to focus more on micronutrient-dense foods, making you wonder how long all these vegetables will fill you up.

Well, you're in for a treat. You can actually eat more to lose weight. And yes, you don't have to count calories.

Let's start with carbohydrates. Eating carbs will make you gain weight no matter what. True. If you get them from the wrong sources, like white bread, pasta, and pastries. But if you get them from nutrient-dense sources like fruits, starchy vegetables, and intact whole grains, it's quite the opposite.

Find out how and learn more in this video with Cyrus.

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Cyrus & Robby

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