Facts Are Facts Part 8.
Day 8 of facts produced from different studies that compares a low fat diet vs a low carb diet for you.
Yesterday you looked at HDL and the beneficial effects of low carb high fat diet in obese diabetic subjects and how your HDL cholesterol is an important marker of heart health.
Today we look at research by Johnstone AM, et al.
It shows the beneficial effects of a low carb diet on hunger, appetite, and weight loss in obese men feeding ad libitum. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2008.
Please note that these results were not from a biased study done in order to promote one diet over another. These Facts Are Facts posts are based on the results of over 20 non biased studies.
I believe today’s post is one of the most important posts when it comes to having success on any diet.
The reason is recent studies that indicate sugar may be more addictive than cocaine.
Common sense will tell you that success on a diet in which one of the food groups you consume is addictive is a losing proposition.
This constant hunger on any diet often leads to binge eating or quitting the diet completely which is not what you want out of a diet.
One of the main reasons low-carb high protein and low carb high fat diets are so beneficial for weight loss, is the fact that they reduce hunger.
When the study compared a low carb diet to a low-fat diet. The low carb diet group reported much less hunger, despite the fact that they lost 46% more weight!
Summary is that hunger levels play a key role in dieting success. A low carb high protein and a low carb high fat diet has been shown to reduce hunger compared to a low-fat diet.
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