High Fat Low Carb Diets, What Are They?

In 1863 an overweight Englishman, named William Banting, published “Letter on Corpulence Addressed to the Public”. In his letter, Banting describes a diet for weight control by giving up bread, butter, milk, sugar, beer and potatoes. Throughout the 19th century diabetes was treated with a very low carb diet, known as the Ketogenic Diet. This is how the High Fat-Low Carb diet first came about.

Keto Diet Generation 2: Second Generation Keto Diets

The standard keto diet (SKD) is an excellent choice for those primarily interested in the weight loss benefits of the diet. Targeted keto dieting (TKD) works well for those who are engaged in a vigorous workout regimen, allowing you to power through the toughest routine. And for those who are just as concerned about building or maintaining muscle mass and strength, but concerned about their ability to stick with such a restrictive diet on a continual basis, the cyclical keto diet may be the answer. Each one has its own advantages and restrictions, and each one requires a commitment you must be willing to make. I’m sure that you will find the benefits merit the minimal sacrifice.

Is Coconut Oil A Superfood?

Now that we all know just how beneficial coconut oil can be, the only question is, just how should we be using it?  What products are available? Natural, organic, virgin coconut oil provides all the benefits mentioned above because it contains all of the ingredients needed to provide them. Its major disadvantage may be that it is a solid substance at room temperature. Another choice to consider is fractionated coconut oil, which is a distilled version of the original. Fractionization allows the long-chain fatty acids contained in virgin coconut oil to solidify and be removed, leaving an ultra-light, odorless oil that will remain liquid at cooler temperatures. (this is called oil-pulling) This means that it will be more easily absorbed by the skin if you are considering using it topically.

Do Carb/Starch Blockers Aid In Diabetes?

Carb blockers are regular enhancements that hinder different chemicals in the gastrointestinal tract, similar to amylase and sucrase, and moderate the assimilation of starches. At the point when carbs initially showed up, they were marketed as weight reduction aids since it was believed that by blocking carbs, you could reduce the number of calories your body stores. Be that as it may, the manner in which they work might be more shocking than only avoiding calories. Carb blockers have a beneficial effect on the glucose-insulin framework which could affect not just the obesity scourge but also the expanding diabetes plague also.

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