The Low Carb Diet


Big benefits from the 'world's most dangerous diet'. They'll tell you it's the unhealthiest diet on the planet. Insist that it's bad for you. Dangerous. They will even claim that it's deadly. And they'll urge you to avoid it as if your life depends on it. But when it comes to the low-carb diet, don't believe all those dire warnings. Because scientifically proves what I've been telling you all along that it's just about the best possible eating plan around. And you can get life-changing, and potentially life-saving benefits even if you never lose so much as a single ounce. (you will lose weight too.)

The low carb diet is a "metabolism miracle" before I go any further, let me make something clear. Low carb eating is a terrific way to effortlessly slim down, because dropping those extra pounds by yourself can have health benefits no matter how it happens. People’s wanted to see only the health effects of quitting carbs, without the benefits of weight loss skewing their results. Practically a miracle, in fact, when you consider that everyone obese have metabolic syndrome (high blood sugar, blood pressure, cholesterol, and more). Well, they did at the start of my training programme. I want to help everyone obese to lose weight because dropping those extra pounds by it health benefits no matter what! Just four weeks and no longer had metabolic syndrome, despite still being obese.

Get Big results when you cut back on carbs. And even without any efforts to lose weight, the low-carb diet activated the body's internal burners, causing them to melt through fat effortlessly. And that led to measurable improvements in: Blood sugar. triglycerides. LDL cholesterol and that last one, LDL? It destroys another mainstream myth. Fat in the food means fat in the blood, right? And those People’s who went low-carb in my training programmes got 2 times more saturated fat in their diet. Yet saturated fat in their blood Plunged.

Those people’s on the low-carb diet also had bigger LDL particles another critical improvement, since smaller, denser particles are a major risk factor for heart disease. So, sure, this diet is full of "forbidden" foods, including fats. And it doesn't work like any other popular diet, either. No calorie counting, no points to track, and no need to weigh your food or check the clock to ensure you're not in your "fasting hours." Yet it still works. And remember, those people didn't lose weight because they were taken extra calories. But if you follow the diet without purposefully loading up on boatloads of extra calories, you will lose weight and keep it off. If you are in need or any help or advice please don’t hesitate to contact me anytime and see what can I do for you now!

Too much insulin and not enough exercise leads to diabetes and obesity which, of course, are two of the biggest hurdles to living a long life free of disease. The fantastic news is how simple it can be to keep these two important pathways in tip-top shape.

  1. First, aerobic capacity. Here, consistency is the absolute key. You need to consistently exercise at least five times a week. Every single day is even better. It can be as simple as walking for 30 minutes a day as long you're able to elevate your heart rate. If your heart isn't beating hard, you won't be able to reap the benefits. You can also bike, dance, garden, swim and anything that gets that heartrate up and keeps it up for at least 30 minutes.
  2. The Second, insulin resistance. Exercise will help, but here, diet plays an enormous part. insulin is how your body regulates the amount of sugar in your blood. But after flooding your body with sugar for months years your body starts building up a tolerance to it. It requires more and more insulin to get your blood sugar levels back to normal. And as time progresses, that's how you can develop dreaded type 2 diabetes, become obese, and up your risk for other life-threatening conditions. Exercise will help reduce your insulin resistance, but you really need to change your diet.
  3. Eliminate any foods that get broken down into sugar in your blood. This means everything from sugar to an excessive amount of fruit to whole grains. All carbs turn into sugar in your body, but if you focus on getting plenty of whole, healthy vegetables that aren't fried, chock full of sugar, or processed. You'll get plenty of all-important fiber (and avoid the nutritional pitfalls) that can drive insulin resistance down and keep you from "going downhill" as you age!