Nice offer ManniJa
Thanks grinus, just doing my part man
Hey ManniJa, Im in a habit of lowering the sugar intake, because I want to loose weight, started In January 22th now to the 21th of April, my goal is 65 Lbs of weight. (I gave more date in my introduction to the forum)
The past habit I had was that most of the day I drank so much soda, but now I changed to purified water, that's all.
In the course of the day I'm eating like 4 of 5 slices of bread, Im drinking most of the time water, and perhaps once a week 355 ml of lipton tea, with 1 teaspoon of this sugar, the question is: This intake of sugar will be detrimental to my weight loss?
I've lost 10 pounds the first week, and I was very excited. Will this consumption of sugar (as minimal a week, as I see) delay my weight loss? . I mentioned this because when I went to train boxing I feel very fatigated at round 6 (training not fighting) and I conclude this was because my sugar levels dropped so much, because I sweat like I am in a sauna I sweat sooo much, some people say it's good, that my metabolism is perfect and blah blah bla, the question is the sugar has some impact on my performance of boxing?, that day I went to train I didn't eat a thing of sugar (refined as I know sugars).
Should I change for oranges, bannana or some natural fruit?
I just don't know, and I want you to clarify me this 2 questions.
Ok, yes I suggest removing all sources of refined sugar, eating pure glucose does nothing for health and really nothing for performance. The reason you were tired during training is because your body is still cosidered a "Sugar burner, or glucose burner".
If you were to lower your carbs so that your body could make fat it's prefered source of fuel you would rarely get tired and in roughly 3 weeks become a fat burner. It's like kids, their parents feed them sugary snacks and wonder why they need a fix every 20 minutes, when you eat sugar you get a rise in blood sugar, then a huge drop, so you need more sugar, it's a vicious cycle.
I'm not sure if you know the food counts for the food you eat, like how many grams of carbs are in what, but I suggest you start learning. Don't worry about counting protein or fat, eat up...just count carbs, and never go over 100 grams a day again, NOBODY needs more then 100 grams a day, and many would do better on 50.
I'm actually not a fan of oranges and bananas either becasue they're tropical fruits and contain a lot of sugar (Fructose yes, but still a lot)...modern fruits are not like the fruits of the Stone age we were meant to eat, they have been altered by modern growers to be bigger ad sweeter, I always advise people to stick to berries for their fruit consumption...but if you MUST eat bananas and other big fruits, just take it easy, no more then 1 a day.
Congrats on your current weight loss though man, keep up the good work!