Dieting, Weight & Fitness

This is based on an equilibrium state of ‘Energy in equals energy out’, but if you take in more energy than you expend, you gain weight. And if you take in less energy than you expend, you lose weight. This is the basis of calorie counting, but there is another factor to take into account – your metabolism. Everyone’s metabolism differs, from basic digestive energy and excretion of sugars and fats to liver function.

  • SuperFood Plus does not fuel the impulse to eat; it actually feeds and nourishes so effectively that it switches off unnecessary appetite (which is often stimulated by sugary and salty foods).
  • It contains none of the saturated fats that can be found in red meat, butter, etc.
  • SuperFood Plus contains healthy, high-fibre, low-density complex carbohydrates. Complex carbohydrates rich in fibre (as opposed to highly processed carbohydrates) give us energy. They also make us feel full, which means that we are less likely to fill up with the wrong sort of carbohydrates for a ‘quick fix’.
  • For some, weight loss is associated with eating very little, but this simply encourages the body to go into starvation mode and hang onto body fat. Give it regular, good-quality sustenance, and you are more likely to lose weight. You can use it between meals instead of snacking; some people eat full meals at breakfast and lunch, and then have SuperFood Plus as the ‘evening meal’.