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.

DNA, Superfood, and Individual Body Chemistry

Seve from the gym can choke back a loaf of bread a day and still sport an amazing six-pack, while if you so much as look at a blueberry muffin your little pot belly expands to the size of a cauldron. Maybe you can blame it on your DNA, and now is the time to educate yourself about how you can adjust your diet by adding Superfoods that will better meet your fitness and nutrition goals. Let me give you an example. We all know that protein and nuts are keywords, and that nuts are an amazing Superfood, but, what some may not know is that nuts are also high in protein and fat content. This makes nuts difficult for your body to fully digest and if the fats and protein do not break down in the correct way, your immune system can be triggered to create antibodies that work to inflame the body’s sebaceous glands and cause pimples!

Intermittent Fasting To Break Through A Low Carb Plateau

If you are experiencing any low carb stalls. Have had success losing weight on a low carb diet, but are now “treading water” or gaining a little bit of weight back. It might be worth taking a few intermittent fasts in order to see if that helps. Try giving yourself specific eating windows. Or, you can try the 24 hour approach, where you eat dinner and then do not eat anything else until dinner the next night, which means that you are still eating every day, just a limited amount of foods.

Ketogenic Diet Part 2, How Does It Work?

The trends of weight loss programs and fads can rise and fall in popularity at some surprising rates with very little staying power in today’s society. However, there are a few that have stood the test of time so far. One such example is the Ketogenic Diet and its goal of achieving a state of ketosis. In this article, the Ketogenic Diet will be examined from the basic information of the diet along with the pros and cons and a couple of samples of this diet.

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