Being faced with so much misinformation about nutrition today, the best way to get a better understanding about it is, to learn more about it. Unfortunately, a lot of people think that low-carb dieting is something used to temporarily get the weight off or to get body ailments back in control — only eventually going back to the old (habits) of eating once they achieve their goals.
To achieve permanent health benefits, individuals should not view it as a temporary diet solution, but should understand low carb living as a lifestyle.
Living The Low Carb Lifestyle
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Report Sample: What is a low carb lifestyle?
A low carb lifestyle is exactly what it sounds like; it is a diet or lifestyle low in processed carbohydrates and typically higher in fats, but only healthy fats. It might sound pretty simple at first but what exactly is a carbohydrate? There are both simple and complex carbohydrates. Each of these carbohydrates breaks down and form glucose. This glucose is then used as an energy source or stored for later use.
A simple carbohydrate has a simple glucose structure which means they are consumed easier usually resulting in energy spikes. Simple carbohydrates include processed foods such as bread, pasta, potato chips, cookies, candy, soft drinks or most packaged foods. Because these foods break down so easily and bring small energy spikes you will tend to consume more of them. They also hardly lead to any satisfaction, resulting in more consumption and stored glucose. Stored glucose is then converted into excess fat on the body.