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How Long Different Foods Take to Digest And The Effect On Weight Loss

by Ane Krstevska

How Long Different Foods Take to Digest And The Effect On Weight Loss

The effect that digestion has on weight loss is significant. As it said, we are what we eat. Sure, the exact digestion time actually depends on the physical health of the individual, as well as on the metabolism, age, and even gender, but, generally speaking, some foods are going to pass through you in no time, while others are going to wander in your system for a while.

Here, we prepared a list of foods and their time of digesting, to help you stick to a balanced diet.

Simply said, digestion time is a procedure when food which you are eating breaks down into tiny particles which get transferred through your intestinal system into the bloodstream. It is essential to understand digestion time, to lose weight or to maintain what you have already achieved.

  1. Fast-digesting foods

If you have a lot of fast-digesting food, you may find out that you are eating way more than you are supposed to, as very soon after you eat it, it is all gone, and you feel hungry once again. These types of foods give you a rapid boost of energy, or in other words, a glucose level jump. While a boost of energy sounds quite useful if you flood your body with glucose and do not use it, the rest will turn into fat.

  1. Slow-digesting foods

Slow-digesting foods raise the blood sugar levels of your body much more slowly, giving more steady and balanced energy. However, if you eat only very slow-digesting food, you will make your digestive system work to the maximum all the time, and it can be quite tough for your body.

Some specialists suggest not mixing fast and slow types of food in one meal, as well as avoiding eating fast food too soon after slow, since digestion has not finished yet, and so you do not overload your stomach.

The best time for processing food which has some components with different digestion times will be at lunch when your digestive system is active the most. The meals for breakfast, as well as for dinner have to be simpler and preferably with easily digestible products. It will allow an energy boost soon after breakfast and lets your stomach rest at night.

  • Water: Enters into the intestines immediately
  • Fruit or vegetable juices: Enter 15 to 20 minutes after consuming.
  • Raw vegetables: Enter 30 to 40 minutes after consuming.
  • Cooked vegetables: Enter 40 minutes after consuming.
  • Fish: Enters 45 to 60 minutes after consuming.
  • Saladwithoil: Enters 1 hour after consuming.
  • Starchy vegetables: Enter 1.5 to 2 hours after consuming.
  • Grains (rice, buckwheat, quinoa): Enter 2 hours after consuming.
  • Dairy: Enters 2 hours after consuming.
  • Nuts: Enter 3 hours after consuming.
  • Chicken: Enters 1.5 to 2 hours after consuming.
  • Beef: Enters 3 hours after consuming.
  • Lamb: Enters 4 hours after consuming.
  • Pork: Enters 5 hours after consuming.

Fortunately, with the help of ancient Ayurveda, we have hand curated a special TRIO of supplements that are some of the MOST POTENT nature has to offer.

When you ingest these magical jewels from nature, expect to experience untold holistic benefits throughout your soul, body, mind, and heart.

May you live for many centuries.

Ane Krstevska



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