Low Carbohydrate Diets VS Low Fat Diets
Concerning weight loss, there are countless varieties of diets, swearing to be the most effective, innovative, easiest, and fastest, leaving us confused; running down a path of failure to loosing the weight permanently. Unfortunately, loosing weight is a challenge, but the opportunity of success is much closer than you think. No matter what type of diet you are on, it is important to know that diets usually make you go on a program that is either low carbohydrate or low fat. Following the specific rules of a low carbohydrate diet or a low fat diet will allow you to lose an effective amount of weight. The first step to losing the weight is writing down everything you eat and keeping track of the calories you are taking in. Keeping in mind that consuming more calories than you burn will result in weight gain, and vise versa.
Foods that contain carbohydrates are: bread, rice, wheat, flour, biscuits, pasta and anything that contains “SUGAR”. Foods that contain fats are: meat, fish, chicken skin, milk, nuts, cheese, mayonnaise, pork, and anything that is dense (containing Vitamin A, D, E, and K). Unfortunately, to many people have the misconception of the good and the bad of fat and carbohydrates. In attribute to your health and wellness, it is a concern that both elements, fats and carbohydrates, are extremely vital for your body. There are the “bad fats” called trans fat, and, “bad carbs” which come from sodas, sugar, processed and refined foods.
A low fat diet is a diet that holds a minimum of fat, supremely cholesterol and saturated fat, which accelerates chances of raising blood cholesterol levels and having a heart attack. Conversely, a low carbohydrate diet is a program that restricts all carbohydrate consumption, and replaces it with higher percentage of fats and lean protein containing Omega 3, which are essential for the heart and immune system. A low carbohydrate is often used to combat obesity....
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