Low Carb (No Carb) Diets

The Most Important Guide On Dieting And Nutrition For The 21st Century

Low Carb Diet

 

 

Carbohydrates have often been singled out as the single largest cause of various physiological problems. These nutrients, though they are the primary sources of energy for the body, are also responsible for adding to the sugar content in the blood.

 

Most carbohydrates get readily converted into sugars and stay in the body till they are used. If the person does not exercise well, then these sugars can remain in the blood and cause other problems, weight gain being the least significant of them.

That is the reason there has been a theory that by reducing carbohydrates in the daily diet, a person can live healthier. The very popular (and also very controversial) Atkins Diet is based on that.

We start our discussions on diets with this diet. We see why it is controversial and what kind of people can benefit with the diet.

Low carbohydrate diets (or no carbohydrate diets) are weight loss options that restrict the amount of carbohydrates ingested by a dieter, while increasing the amounts of proteins and fats eaten. Different diet options allow the consumption of different amounts of carbohydrates on a daily basis…

To be continued

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The Most Important Guide On Dieting And Nutrition For The 21st Century

you can download the complete book for free here