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Low Carb Diets
Information about Low Carb Weight Loss Diets
Ketogenic Diets and Carb Intake

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Low Carb Diets for Fast Weight Loss

Low Carb Diets

Daily Carb-Intake

Most mainstream diet nutritionists and dietitians do not recommend very low carb diets. Instead, they typically recommend that about 50-55 percent of daily calories come from carbohydrates. This amounts to about 275 grams of carbohydrate for anyone consuming 2,000 calories a day. By contrast, Dr Atkins Diet advises a maximum of 20g of carbs per day.

Carbs and Diet

Carbohydrates (starches and sugar) supply easy-to-use energy for the entire body, including the brain. Carbohydrates not used immediately are stored either as glycogen or as fat, which converts to energy. However, fat loss is faster without carbs, say low carb advocates, who maintain that when carbohydrates are severely restricted, more fat is burned for energy (Ketosis), causing faster weight loss.

Low Carb Diets and Calories

Although thousands of dieters say they've reduced weight through carb-reduction, nutrition experts remain divided over the health effects of low carb eating. Critics contend that dieters who have lost weight on low-carb diets did so not because they cut carbs but because they trimmed calories. Also, some diet experts worry about heart health risks because many low-carb diets encourage immoderate consumption of high-protein foods, including meats, cheeses, cream and other foods rich in saturated fat. But several recent diet studies have failed to show negative effects on cholesterol. At least one study even showed a decrease in harmful triglycerides.

Low Carb Diets and Health

Very low carb diets may be deficient in essential vitamins. Indeed, some low carbs eating plans require you to take vitamin supplements for the sake of your health. Also, low carb diets contradict the latest World Cancer Research Fund Report, entitled Food, Nutrition and the Prevention of Cancer. Finally, when assessing the weight loss benefits of low carb dieting, note that the average US annual consumption of wheatflour has fallen 10 pounds per person, since 1997. Yet obesity rates continue to soar.

Weight Loss Diet Advice

Fad diets or other unbalanced weight loss plans do not lead to lasting weight loss and may contain too few calories and inadequate nutrition. For sustained weight loss, the best diet is usually a balanced diet with foods from all the nutritional food groups, which offers realistic weight reduction goals and provides a manageable eating plan. This type of diet program should be combined with a realistic weight loss fitness plan.


Weight Loss Diets

1200 Calorie Diet - Anne Collins Diet - Atkins Diet - BBC Diet - Beverly Hills Diet - Body for Life Diet - Cabbage Soup Diet - Calorie-Controlled Diet - Calorie Controlled Weight Loss Diet - Cambridge Diet - Carb Addicts' Diet - Cider Vinegar Diet - Diet Workshop Program - Eat More, Weigh Less Diet Plan - Eat Right 4 Your Type Diet - F-Plan Diet - Fat Flush Plan - Fit for Life Program - Glycemic Index Diets - Grapefruit Diet - HMR Weight Loss Plan - Hip and Thigh Diet - Hollywood Diet - Jenny Craig Diet Program - Low Carb Diets - Low Fat Diets - Medifast Diet - Negative Calorie Diet - New Direction Diet - NutriSystem - Optifast Diet Program - Peanut Butter Diet - Peel Away the Pounds - Pritikin Diet - Rice Diet Program - Rotation Diet - Scan Diet - Scarsdale Diet - Skinny Pill Program - Slim Fast - South Beach Diet - Subway Diet - Sugar Busters Diet - Suzanne Somers Diet - T-Factor Diet - Total Health Makeover - TOPS - 6 Week Body Makeover Diet - Weigh Down Diet - Vegetarian Weight Loss Diet - Weight Watchers - Zone Diet

Dietary Calories In Main Food Groups

Calories in Alcohol - Calories in Bacon/Pork - Calories in Bagels - Calories in Beans - Calories in Beef - Calories in Beer - Calories in Bread - Calories in Breakfast Bars - Calories in Breakfast Cereal - Calories in Butter - Calories in Cakes - Calories in Candy - Calories in Cheese - Calories in Chicken - Calories in Coffee/Creamers - Calories in Condiments - Calories in Cookies - Calories in Croissants - Calories in Deli Meat - Calories in Donuts - Calories in Dressings - Calories in Eggs - Calories in Fast Food - Calories in Fats/Cooking Oils - Calories in Fish/Seafood - Calories in Frozen Entrees - Calories in Fruit - Calories in Game Meat - Calories in Herbs/Spices - Calories in Ice Cream - Calories in Jelly/Jam - Calories in Juice - Calories in Lamb - Calories in Mexican Food - Calories in Muffins - Calories in Milk/Yogurt - Calories in Noodles - Calories in Nuts - Calories in Pancakes - Calories in Pasta - Calories in Pies - Calories in Pizza - Calories in Popcorn - Calories in Potatoes - Calories in Pretzels - Calories in Rice - Calories in Sauces - Calories in Snacks - Calories in Soft Drinks - Calories in Soup - Calories in Soy Food - Calories in Sugar - Calories in Toppings - Calories in Turkey - Calories in Veal - Calories in Vegetables - Calories in Whole Grains - Calories in Wine - Energy in Food - Nutrition in Food

Information About Energy Needs and Calorie Deficit to Lose Weight

Definition of Calorie - Definition of Kilocalories (kcals) - Calorie Needs to Maintain Weight - Calorie Needs for Teens - Calorie Intake per Day - Calorie Intake and Expenditure - Energy Burned by Exercise - Calories in Pound of Body Fat - Weight Loss Diets - Calorie Controlled Weight Loss Diet - Low Calorie Diets - Low Calorie Recipes - Calorie-Counting to Lose Weight - Basal Metabolic Rate - Calories Needed to Lose Weight - How to Reduce Calories - How to Reduce Fat Calories - Weight Loss and Calories

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