Low-Carb Candor


The low-carb diet craze may have started years ago, but many still use it to lose and manage their weight. An article from the Mayo Clinic provides the ins and outs of the diet, as well as the potential risks. The simple definition of a low-carb diet is an eating plan that limits carbohydrate intake, usually emphasizing protein and fat. Types of low-carb diets restrict certain types of carbohydrate more than others. The Atkins diet and the Zone diet are examples of low-carb plans. Carbohydrates are found in grains, dairy products, fruits, vegetables, legumes and sweets (sugar is a carbohydrate). The article noted during digestion, the body converts carbohydrates into sugar to use as an energy source. As blood sugar level rises, so does insulin level. The Mayo Clinic states the theory behind the low-carb diet is that insulin prevents fat breakdown in the body. Thus, reducing or eliminating carbohydrates lowers insulin levels, which causes the body to burn stored fat for energy. However, they note, research suggests weight loss from a low-carb diet probably isn't related to blood sugar or insulin levels.

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Low-Carb Candor