Our body draws energy from the food we eat. Eating nutrient dense food supplies our body with energy to carry out daily activities, and also aids weight loss.
Excess sugar gets stored in the liver in the form of glycogen for future requirements. We reap what we sow, similarly, what we put into our mouth decides our energy level for the day, for the months to come, and the excess weight that we have gained.
If we survive on nutrient-deprived, refined, processed, oily, overcooked, or reheated food, our energy levels are sure to dwindle leading to lower stamina, impacting our weight loss plans as well. When our cells are deprived of sufficient live foods, a constant feeling of fatigue is experienced. Denatured food such as refined, processed, and preserved foods affect our digestive system giving rise to health problems such as obesity, constipation, acne, and rough skin.
Further, lack of energy causes anemia (low hemoglobin count), insomnia (sleeplessness), low blood sugar, low blood pressure, and hypothyroidism. All this will have a bearing on your weight loss objective. It can also trigger allergies to a number of substances such as food, dust, preservatives, artificial flavors, and colors. So, you have to eat nutrient-dense foods such as fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole pulses, and whole grain cereals to soon enough find yourself highly energetic while losing the excess belly fat.