With “Low Carb Remedies for Belly Fat,Type 2 Diabetes, and Heart Disease” you will learn the importance of low-carb foods and how they are important to weight loss and overall fitness. Low carb diets are becoming more popular as many people realizeMoreWith “Low Carb Remedies for Belly Fat,Type 2 Diabetes, and Heart Disease” you will learn the importance of low-carb foods and how they are important to weight loss and overall fitness. Low carb diets are becoming more popular as many people realize the need for good health and quality of life as they get older.
Diets were probably invented around the same time as mirrors. Some people got a look at themselves and didn’t like what they saw. (that’s a joke)Many of the modern diet programs have evolved into what’s called an ‘eating plan.’ This book can be considered an eating plan in which you don’t have to starve yourself or deprive yourself of many of the foods you like. You don’t even have to exercise if you’re totally opposed to it but, exercise is still a smart component of a healthy lifestyle.When you understand why and how many of the modern, delicious foods contribute to the epidemic of belly fat, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease in our country it will change the way you consider your food choices.
Become a smart eater and smart food shopper and you may live longer and healthier.The old adage that a carb is a carb is not true. The refined carbohydrates of foods like bread, rice, and potatoes have a different impact on the body than unrefined carbohydrates from foods like fruits and vegetables. With this book you will learn the best foods to eat and will also learn about the foods that contribute to belly fat weight gain and what to eat with those foods to modify their negative impact.
That’s right. Continue to eat, in moderation, those foods that can contribute to weight gain but add other foods that will reduce their impact. You can drop pounds and inches without depriving yourself of the chips, and cookies, and such.My goal was to lose 9 pounds and 4 inches around my waist.
I’m 6’3” tall and my weight had been hanging around 183 for years. Even though I paid attention to the food I ate (avoiding junk food), I started gaining weight little by little until I was up to 189. So, I started to do some research and found the refined carbohydrates were probably the culprit--breads, chips, cookies, and pasta.
Potatoes and corn also contribute to weight gain--remember that they feed corn to cattle on the feed lots to fatten them up before slaughter.So, I didn’t stop eating those foods I liked I just ate less of them and looked for lower net carb varieties when I went shopping. I actually dropped 14 pounds--down to 175 but only lost one and a half inches around my waist. To lose four inches may be pushing it but I’m working on it.