Choosing a Low-Carb Diet Plan Before lunging yourself into any one highly recommended diet, it is always prudent to be conscious that we have at some point been a victim of various government publications that has been circulated indicating presumptuous claims because they are backed by science. These are reviews that have not been updated and are from US government reviews. There is now an going fight in Washington as to whether some of these claims or dietary guidelines are substantiated by circumstantial studies. Now they give dietary guidelines every 5 years because of this. To prove my point, let us take the example of eating eggs; since it has been proven scientifically that chicken eggs contain high cholesterol it has been claims that eating eggs would also led to high cholesterol levels. Studies have shown, however, that egg consumption does not really affect cholesterol levels significantly, but it is consuming trans fat and saturated fats that has that effect. But when they tested what caused the results of the first finding, it was found out that the high cholesterol was caused by the oil used in frying the traditional American breakfast of ham and eggs, and the sodium in the bacon and sausages which is trans and saturated fats. This sort of thing can also happen to you in picking what sort to diet to take. Today, there are many people advocating for low carb diet instead of low fat which the US dietary guidelines are promoting, since they say that low carb is more effective in treating and preventing diseases such as obesity and heart diseases.
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Many years before, people took to law fat diets but today it has shifted to low carb as the means to weight loss and you can now eat foods high in fat content.
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Your health can be greatly affected if you consume too much of the wrong carbs. There are many low carb dies that you can follow today and each of these have their own restrictions and the amounts of carbohydrates you are allowed to eat without limit. Paleo diet is one kind of low carb consisting of all grains including the complete protein source Quinoas grain and chickpeas, but which are all restricted. Other allowed carbs, however, have no restrictions. For those who choose Paleo diet you can eat all the unrestricted carbs but not the restricted one, or control them. There are actually other sources of carbohydrates which do not come from grains. By the way, “Carb” is a shortcut of the word carbohydrates. Carbs give us energy and you can find them in grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes and dairy products. Carb supply the body with glucose it needs for energy so it can function properly.