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10 Reasons Why More Vegetables Will Increase Weight Loss

10 Reasons Why More Vegetables Will Increase Weight Loss

One of the biggest objections I hear to eating vegetables is that they take too much time or that it’s easier to take a multi-vitamin.  Multi-vitamins are great, and we actually have some very specific ones we recommend.  But they are a supplement not a replacement for many reasons. Here’s ten reasons why vegetables are better than your multivitamin

Eating more vegetables almost always causes you to lose weight, but that happens for a variety of reasons.

  1. The vitamins and minerals in vegetables makes metabolism more efficient, which in turn raises metabolic rate.  Vegetables also contain flavonoids, which help improve metabolism.
  2. The soluable fiber in most vegetables dampens the glycemic load of most carbohydrates, which reduces blood sugar spikes.
  3. The insoluable fiber helps you remove toxins and bacteria from you GI tract helping your excretory system to be more efficient.
  4. Vegetables have a very low calorie density, which causes them to fill you up.  If you aren’t hungry, you are much less likely to make bad choices.
  5. Vegetables (for the most part) are a safe-don’t-even-worry-about-it diet food.  Being on a diet always involves counting macros and calories to some degree… but if you’re reaching for the greens, you know you don’t have to worry.
  6. Most vegetables have a “negative calorie balance” meaning that it takes more calories to extract the nutrients than the foods have.

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