10 Things You Must Do to Avoid Fat Formation on Your Body

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10Avoid Overly Ripe Fruit

As a fruit ripens, its sugars break down into simple, and better-tasting, sugars that have higher glycaemic indexes. Therefore avoid excessively ripe fruits; they create excess fat.

Bananas are a perfect example of how the ripeness of a fruit influences its glycaemic index. Starch is the principal ingredient in an underripe banana, a low glycaemic-index carbohydrate.

As the banana ripensĀ its starch turns into free sugars, and the glycaemic index increases by 70%, changing the fruit from a Good Calorie one to a Bad Calorie one. Although there have been no scientific studies, the same process is likely to occur with other fruits, such as pears and peaches.

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You do not have to eat green, unripe fruit. Rather, choose firm yellow bananas and avoid mushy, brown-spotted ones. Other fruits do not have to be hard; choose soft but not mushy or obviously juicy ones.

Many health bars sell fruit drinks that are freshly prepared in a blender. Frequently, they use overly ripe fruit (so no one will see the condition of the fruit). It is probably best to avoid those that do.

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