Top 25 healing foods:
Apricots, Bananas, Beans (Dry and green), Bell peppers (red and green), Broccoli, Cantaloupe, Carrots, Garbanzos, Garlic, Greens (spinach, kale, turnip greens, swiss chard, curly endive), Kiwi, Lamb, Oat bran, Onions, Oranges, Papaya, Pasta (whole wheat), Potatoes (baked), Soyabeans Rice (brown), Tomatoes, Tuna (water-packed), Turkey (skinless breast), Yams/ sweet potatoes, Yogurt (non-fat)
Top 25 foods to avoid:
Anchovies, Alcohol, Bacon, Canned, bottled or frozen sweetened fruit, canned soups, chocolate, fried foods, gravies, ice-cream, peanuts, salted/ roasted pork, pickled eggs, processed cheese products, processed lunch meats, processed/ sweetened oatmeal/ cereals, saturated fats, soft cheeses, soft drinks, tuna canned in oil, vegetables, canned, frozen with salt/ additives, white, brown or raw sugar, white-flour products, white rice, white vinegar, yogurt with fruit/ syrup.
If you have stepped into the world the muscle building, you cannot stay ignorant about the glycemic index. The glycemic index is an index of all the carbohydrates that is actually based on how those carbohydrates affect your blood sugar level in your body and it is actually this index which determines whether we lose body fat or in turn gain muscle.
In order to follow the glycemic index, one needs to eat what is known as a low-GI (glycemic index) diet. When you eat foods that naturally have a low GI level, you will in turn aid your blood sugar level in becoming more stabilized. This means that you feel not feel the hunger sensation until your body really requires any food. Eating a low GI diet will in turn improve your body’s sensitivity to insulin. A low GI diet also promotes better physical endurance.
So, instead of eating any white potatoes, try eating sweet potatoes instead, they naturally have a lower GI level. You can also opt for oats, barley, and bran for breakfast, eating grainy breads made from whole seeds, and plenty of salad, as well as lots of other fruits and vegetables.
The base line is that we have to eat foods that have all the low numbers on the GI. When it comes to the GI, any food that has a GI of 55 or less is considered a low GI food. Could managing your diet get easier than this?
Taking HGH supplements could be well an easy option to increase those vital hormones in your body, but there are definitely some natural ways to trigger HGH production in your body. One of the vital factors is your diet. Here are some tips to induce HGH production through your diet the natural way:
First and foremost point is keeping your diet with low carbohydrate, high protein, and high fat. So breakfast should be a protein and fat meal such as bacon and eggs, lunch should be protein and vegetables or salad, i.e. meat, fish, eggs, green vegetables, salad and salad dressing, nuts and seeds should be one’s main snack and the evening meal should be a light carbohydrate meal with vegetables, salad, root vegetables, pulses, fruit and so on. If you ask about options for snacks, there are many- A small handful of nuts A tablespoon of peanut butter An ounce of cheese A small amount of sliced turkey A small protein shake and more son. Talking about nuts, Almonds, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, and soybeans each contain amino acids, omega 3 fat in addition to other good fats. Omega fat facilitates fat loss in addition to other substantial health benefits.
Secondly, Insulin blocks HGH production usin GenF20 Plus, so anything that can be done to keep insulin levels low will be very helpful. Eating high amount of carbohydrates is a strict no-no. Consuming food that is high in carbohydrate would induce hyperglycaemia (elevated blood carbohydrate) which tends to switch off human growth hormone secretion.
The third aspect of eating is that food after 6pm inhibits HGH production. So, you guidelines of food intake after the sun goes down would be:
For best results fasting prior to sleep can heighten sleep-related HGH output. Going to bed with a stomach full of carbohydrates will diminish, if not nullify, HGH release. To enhance HGH output, do not eat carbohydrates within 90 minutes of going to bed.
Next, eating habits also determine your HGH production. For better results eat every few hours irrespective of whether you are hungry; eat to prevent hunger rather than eating in response to hunger. Never allow more than four hours between feedings; ideally, eat something every two hours and again, eat in small amounts.
Micronutrients are essential in the production of HGH. Deficiencies of calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, chromium and vanadium can all inhibit production of HGH. Obviously, these minerals are all present in adequate amounts in MMMs.
To conclude, as the famous saying goes, have your breakfast like a king, lunch like a queen and dinner like a beggar- all these with of course the right choice of diet and feel the HGH flowing in your body!