Category: Low Carb Diets

Low Carbohydrate Diet Plans

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The latest trend these days in weight loss is the use of a low carbohydrate diet plan. Carbohydrates may be classified into four groups Sugars, which are found in honey, fruit, milk and soft drinks, Starch which is found in cereals, pasta, flour, root and pulse vegetables and potatoes. Cellulose,

Sugar Addiction: 5 Step Program

Sugar Addict
Hi, my name is (your name), and I’m a sugar addict. If you’re reading this article you have taken your first step to admitting you have a problem. Now that you are finally coming to terms with your addiction what are you going to do about it? If you are looking to

Popular Diets – Sham or Real? The Sugar Busters Diet

Part 3: The Sugar Busters Diet - The Sugar Busters Diet book was written by three medical doctors and went on to sell over 100,000 copies by word of mouth alone. The diet essentially is a take off of several other low carb diets that came before it.

Glycemic Index: Which foods are best?

Eating right doesn’t have to be a challenge if you know which foods to eat. There are many “healthy foods” that really aren’t that healthy. Eating foods with a low glycemic index can dramatically increase your weight loss.

Insulin: The Fat Hormone

Insulin is a very important hormone found in the body that deals with the uptake of sugar in the blood. For those of you who don’t understand the concept of insulin and how it relates to low carb diets I will break it down into simple terms. When you digest

Popular Diets – Sham or Real? The South Beach Diet

South Beach Diet Review
Part 2: The South Beach Diet The South Beach Diet was created by Dr. Arthur Agatston, director of the Mount Sinai Cardiac Prevention Center in Miami Beach, Fla. Unless you have been living on a deserted island, most of you are familiar with this best selling book. At first glance

Popular Diets – Sham or Real? The Atkins Diet

Atkins Diet Review
Part 1: The Atkins Diet The Atkins diet is based around the idea of low carbohydrate consumption with higher fat and protein consumption. The theory behind it is that with a lack of carbohydrates for fuel the body will be forced to break down fats in the body as a