How To Crush Your Low Carb Diet Goals

How To Crush Your Low Carb Diet Goals

Mar 04, 2021

Michael Hunter

Low Carb diets, such as the Atkins' diet, are successful for many people for the simple reason that they are easier to stick to than conventional diets. You do not get the hunger cravings that you get when on a classic fat-free diet.

Basically, in simple terms, this is the science behind Low Carb Diets: Normally, the first thing that the body burns off as a source of energy is carbohydrates. However, if the body has no carbohydrates to burn, it looks for another energy source - fat. Therefore, by reducing your carbohydrate intake your body naturally burns fat and you lose weight.

A good low carbohydrate diet should consist of a variety of foods from different food groups including fish, eggs, and vegetables. The low carb diet should exclude foods such as vegetables, pasta, fruits and etc. Generally, you should limit your carbohydrate consumption to 50 – 150 grams. Low carbohydrate diet promotes weight loss by eliminating the bad cholesterol from your blood system. Low carbohydrate diet will produce diuretic effects. Though low carb diet has low carbohydrate, it has fat and protein. The stomach will take a longer time to digest fat and protein.

Low carb diet is good because it encourages you to eat unprocessed carbohydrate. Scientists discovered that processed carbohydrate is the main culprit of obesity. You have to be persistent in following the low carbohydrate diet. In addition to following the low carbohydrate diet, you should exercise. You get to find more information on low carb diets that work by doing a search on the internet.

A good low-carb diet plus consistent exercise routine is the healthiest way of losing weight. Having your own exercise machine on the comfort of your home is really convenient. If you are looking to give yourself an advantage by combining diet with exercise, then the Mihe X900 is an option. This machine gives you all you need for a easy cardio experience. Decide your pace, intensity and work schedule in relation to your diet and fitness/weight loss goals.