The Truth...

Starchy vegetables (potatoes and corn) and grain products (pasta and breads) are converted quickly to simple sugars, and significantly increase insulin levels resulting in increased fat storage for those with insulin resistance. Non-starchy, low glycemic (low sugar) fruits and veggies have minimal impact on insulin, and will provide healthy vitamins, minerals and fiber in addition to minimizing fat storage. In a nut shell? Decrease in the carbs and increase in the proteins with fruits and veggies. Easy right?

Rodrick Covington