Why you should consider a low carb or low GI diet
How a low carb or low GI diet could be the answer to your weight loss problem and improve your health too
There's a huge body of scientific evidence now demonstrating that low carb and low GI diets are not fad diets, but the healthy eating of the future. They are not just the best way to lose weight for many people, they also help prevent or treat many illnesses such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, Syndrome X or metabolic syndrome, PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome), acne, food intolerances/allergies and yeast overgrowth or 'candida'.
You may have heard a lot about low carb - good and bad - and may be wondering whether it is right for you. You may even have been discouraged from trying a low carb diet by people who erroneously believe low carb diets are dangerous because they have not taken the time to check out the science. You may also have heard of low carb high fat (or LCHF) diets and wondered whether they are the same. (Some dieters refer to their diet as LCHF to emphasize that they are following the proper high fat version and not the low fat - and therefore very high protein - version of the diet that some dieters mistakenly follow.)
Over the years, I have researched the medical evidence for my own benefit. I learned how today's high carbohydrate / low fat focused official healthy eating guidance is shockingly lacking in scientific evidence to support it, and how governments are slow to change this guidance despite mounting evidence that it is wrong (not least because the food, agricultural and pharmaceutical industries are very powerful in protecting their vested interests in the status quo).
But rather than listen to others, why not make up your own mind about what is the best way for you to lose weight, and the most healthy way for you to eat? To help you do this, I've compiled a 32-page book which explains:
- why low carb diets are not yet universally accepted as 'healthy eating', despite mounting scientific evidence that they are equally or even more healthy than the standard low calorie/low fat diet
- how more and more research supports the effectiveness and safety of low carb diets and demonstrates that the current low fat, high carbohydrate focused healthy eating guidelines are wrong for the majority of people
- how low carb diets and their close relation low GI diets are based on the same principle of keeping blood sugar and insulin levels on an even keel
- the other illnesses that low carb or low GI diets can help treat or prevent as well as weight loss
- how low carb and low GI diets are not fad diets but the healthy eating of the future
- what you eat on a low carb diet
- what you eat on a low GI diet
- how to choose the best diet for you, and how to get started.
|I think this information is so important for you to see that I'm making it available right here right now - free of charge.
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