Facts Are Facts #2
Day 2 of facts produced from different studies that compares a low fat diet vs a high fat low carb diet for you.
Yesterday we compared weight loss results, today we look at fat loss especially around the midsection.
Please note that these results were not from biased study done in order to promote one diet over another. These are the results of over 20 non biased studies.
On this low carb diet reduced total weight, body fat and abdominal trunk fat much more than a low-fat diet did.
Again in order for the low fat diet to work at all at reducing abdominal trunk fat one must limit the amount of calories that you eat.
Upper body fat carries a bigger health risk than fat stored in other areas of the body. An effective weight loss approach should consider implementing more fat loss in the abdominal trunk.
The low fat diet did loss as much of the total fat in the abdominal trunk area as the low carb high fat diet.
Abdominal fat is hidden and tucked away inside your body and could give you an unrealistic view about how healthy you are.
You may not be much overweight, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have a problem.
For women, a waist measurement of 35 inches or more is cause for concern.
For men, a waist measurement of 40 inches or more could spell trouble.
Several studies show great results in even a modest weight loss in preventing the onset of diabetes and other age related diseases.
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