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High vs Low Carb Diet
Published by: portlandfitness (16) on Sat, Sep 5, 2015  |  Word Count: 429  |  Comments ( 0)  l  Rating
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Recently in the studio we have had a few clients cut their carb intake and experience an impressive loss of weight. The low carb diet, which essentially bases its ideas off the principle that your body will use fat for fuel if carbs are not readily available, is a classic go-to for many people trying to lose weight, and anecdotally it has been shown to work. But how do you know if a low-carb diet is the right diet for you to go on?
As with all diets, the decision to go on a low-carb diet relies on a multitude of things. How dedicated are you to your goals? How does your body respond to fewer carbohydrates? Do you need to lose weight or gain it? Do you have an active lifestyle or a more sedentary one? All of these questions will influences whether or not you should cut carbs from your diet and how much should be cut.
People with active lifestyles need more carbs than people with sedentary lifestyles. If you are a construction worker or something similar, are on your feet all day moving things around and expending a lot of calories, a low carb diet may not be the best thing for you. You need that fast energy to get through your day, and the grace period that follows reducing carbs, where your body has to figure out where its fuel should come from, will be difficult. However, if you lead a more sedentary lifestyle and work in an office in front of a computer, it will be easier to cut carbs because you don’t need that fast energy.
That’s not to say that an active person shouldn’t limit their carb intake and a sedentary person shouldn’t consume any carbs, but the relative amounts they need will be different. Additionally, something like a no-carb diet will be rather extreme for most people, but may be entirely possible for others. The grace period where your body adjusts to fewer carbs will be harder for some people than others. The efficacy of a no- or low-carb diet depends on your body and your lifestyle.
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