Before the process of assimilation of food in the body, complex carbohydrates are broken down into simple components. This requires energy and time.
List of Easily Digestible Carbohydrates
Colorless crystalline type monosaccharide
When it penetrates into the blood, it becomes a source of nutrition for the brain, liver, muscles
The sweetest of all carbohydrates
Does not lead to an excess of sugar. Faster than glucose converts to glycogen
Not found in free form, forms lactose together with glucose
As a result of its oxidation, complex carbohydrates are burned in the body, metabolic processes are regulated
It dissolves quickly. Consists of glucose and fructose.
Accumulated in the body as a reserve fat
Promotes more active assimilation of B vitamins, ascorbic acid, calcium
It is a malt sugar. Formed during starch breakdown.
Easily absorbed in the body, saturating it with amino acids and B vitamins. Promotes the production of energy necessary for the brain
Where to get digestible carbohydrates?
All food products whose index exceeds 65 units are considered digestible.
The maximum amount of carbohydrates of this type can be obtained from bread, potatoes, carbonated and alcoholic drinks, sweets, cakes, honey, cereals, etc.
Table of digestible foods with their calorie content
The table below shows products containing easily digestible carbohydrates:
Fast Carbohydrate Diet
A diet with the exception or restriction of easily digestible carbohydrates is designed to reduce weight and normalize the functioning of the body. In the process of such a diet, the body receives energy from oxidized fats and amino acids.
To maintain insulin levels, the amount of carbohydrates needed is calculated from a ratio of 1 g per 1 kg of body weight. In this case, it is desirable to consume complex carbohydrate compounds.
The diet is 30 days, after which you need to take a break.
The following foods should be included in the diet:
varieties of fish rich in fats;
These products should be the main components of the diet menu.
Breakfast: scrambled eggs with tomatoes, coffee or tea without sugar.
Snack: lettuce, apple, low-fat cottage cheese (having mixed these components and seasoned with 1 tsp olive oil, you will get a tasty dish).
Lunch: 250-300 g of boiled chicken, fresh cucumber and tomato.
Also, each group of products needs its own environment in the stomach. For example, for chicken meat it should be acidic, and for mashed potatoes - alkaline.
Carbohydrate food is best combined with fats, vegetables, herbs. This combination is safe for the body and does not lead to fermentation of food.
Scientist William Hay proved that while consuming protein foods with carbohydrate, the alkaline environment interacts with the acidic, as a result of which they neutralize each other.
With this process, 40% of the food remains undigested.
What products do not combine?
Separate nutrition will greatly simplify the work of the human body and improve health.
Nutritionists have identified several groups of incompatible products:
High protein foods and flour products.
Proteins of plant origin and proteins of animal origin.
Baking and fruit.
Flour and dairy products.
Proteins and milk.
Thus, tea does not combine with milk, since the proteins contained in milk interfere with the absorption of the beneficial properties of tea.
Avoid combining cheese with meat.
What foods do not have carbohydrates?
Carbohydrate-free foods are not a myth. Such food really exists and is the key to an effective diet and a healthy body.
In its original form, meat does not contain any carbohydrates. They are formed during cooking due to the addition of sauce or spices. The same applies to sausages. Before buying them, carefully study the composition.
The list of products that do not contain an energy source:
chicken, beef, venison, pork, duck;
shrimp, oysters, mussels, crabs;
salmon, halibut, trout, catfish;
butter, guyer cheese;
spinach, radishes, cucumbers, cabbage.
fish oil, table salt.
Carbohydrates are found in small amounts in zucchini (7 g), cauliflower (5 g), champignons (2 g), cherry tomatoes (6 g), celery (1 g), tofu (3 g).
A diet with a restriction of easily digestible carbohydrates does not require fasting and cash costs.
All products are publicly available. In some cases, doctors prescribe this type of nutrition to pregnant women and people with impaired cardiac activity.
Food with a limited source of energy has no side effects and is not accompanied by a breakdown or fainting. In the process of dieting, a person feels lightness and a surge of energy.