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  1. darkhorse1985

    What about those who are keto-adapted? The American College of Nutrition have revealed research that. Those on low carb diets have were able to oxidise almost double the fat per minute compared to higher carb diets. No hype here, just science.

  2. chaosdecides

    Low carb has worked like gangbusters for me. Felt like shit even on moderate carbs, especially anything bread related. Whole lot of water retention and digestive track misery was what carbs gave me. Carbs also triggered a lot of cravings. Even just eating  a bowl of cereal had me hungry and looking to eat more an hour later.

    On a low carb diet my bloodwork is fine, my blood pressure is spot on if not a little lower than average, and I can count on one hand the number of times I've been sick during the last decade.

    Low carb eating as a miracle cure or whatever is laughable, like anything it's what your body prefers, and that's a lot of trial and error. Low carb diets are not for everyone, regardless of what the anti-carb zealots say.

  3. Zetta Bit

    'To clarify, when it comes to weight loss, the only thing that matters are calories in vs calories out. Macro composition does not matter.

    With that in mind, relative to a high-carb diet, a low-carb diet has been shown to improve fasting plasma glucose and insulin levels, cholesterol levels, blood triglycerides, preserve muscle mass during weight loss, and other health markers.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

    Also FAT and PROTEINS provide hunger satiety, not just proteins. 

  4. xkruulx

    I think low carb is good, they say that your testosterone increases slightly from high fat and you retain more muscle. Change is always good for you anyway, just like in the gym trying new exercises, you figure out new things about yourself and what works for you. 

  5. Toxicity-Industry

    honestly here is the truth from experience, i am endomorph extremely, so i am on a low carb diet 5 days a week and weekends i go normal amount. i do cardio 5 days a week and weigh lifting 2 days a week in 5 month i lost 20 kilos, gain muscle and i feel strong and i am lean, i still need to loose another 7 or 9 kilos to be ripped, my legs are strong and my arms as well. doing low carb diet. eating protein on every meal, 3 meals per day. drinking lot of water and not too much fruits, well basically low sugar fruits.

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