Have you dieted in the past, lost weight and no sooner add some of the forbidden foods back in and gain the weight back?
Let me ask you this…
Is your definition of dieting the following:
- Eat bland rabbit food
- Feel hunger pains a few hours after eating
- Counting calories
- Eliminating all the good tasting fats
- Buying premade low fat, low sodium type diet meals
- Exercising every day to lose the weight
If this is your definition of dieting, good news!
Without you even telling me what type of diet you usually go on I can tell you.
You see this is the blueprint for a low fat diet.
If you have ever got diet suggestions from Doctor, it probably was a low fat diet.
But don’t just run out and start any low carb diet.
This is because the most popular fad lately has been to go on a low carb high protein diet.
But this diet does have its problems.
Here is why…
Fats have little to no effect on blood sugar and insulin levels but protein affects both your blood sugar and insulin.
Protein can be turned into glucose via a process called gluconeogenesis and excessive protein consumption can prevent you from getting into ketosis.
Ketosis is when your body begins to burn your body fat for energy.
When you burn body fat you lose inches as well as weight.
Here is where the good news is…
If you follow a low carb high fat diet with limited protein here is what happens.
There isn’t enough carbs to burn for energy so your body goes into survival mode after a few days to a week and begins burning the fat you are consuming.
When the fat from the meal is gone, your body continues to burn fat, but now it is your body fat.
You don’t get hunger pains because you are constantly being fed by the body fat.
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