When it comes to being healthy there are many options on how to eat, the Atkins diet, the Zone diet, the South Beach diet, as well as ketogenic diet. But each diet comes with its own dos and don’ts.
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It’s kind of like a seesaw effect, you’re trading one macronutrient for another. But recent reports indicate low carb diets are what’s trending.
Typically for those low carbohydrate diets, you’re eliminating carbohydrates from 50 to 150 grams of carbohydrates a day and sometimes as low as 20 grams a day, which means you’re increasing the amount of fat in your diet.
For those diets are as low as 20 grams a day, your body stops using glucose or blood sugar as your main source of energy and starts relying on fat source for that energy.
Research shows low carb diets can result in short-term weight loss and improve cardiovascular health, it can also increase your good cholesterol and lower your blood pressure.
Low carb means cutting out foods like breads, pasta, grains, beans, potatoes, even vegetables. But health experts say there are some health concerns.
One research study compared low carbohydrate diets and low-fat diets, and they showed that those following the low carbohydrate diet how to decrease an endothelial function,
which could increase your risk for cardiovascular events in the future. While a low-fat diet has proven to be more sustainable than a low carb diet, health experts recommend a well-balanced diet that includes healthy fats and healthy carbohydrates.
Follow a diet that’s mainly fruits and vegetables, mainly you know high-fiber foods.
The best diet is one that suits your lifestyle and benefits your health long term.
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